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Students should access their Student e-Services (SeS) account on the web. Invoices are no longer sent to students through the mail. Tuition and fees may be paid in the following ways:
Note: Write your student ID number on your check.
Account information is online. Account balances reflect all activity on your student account to date. This includes charges, payments and financial aid which has been awarded and disbursed.
Be sure the university has your current address information. Current students can view address information online via SeS by selecting the Student tab, then Account Maintenance (edit to view information). Receipts are mailed upon request.
It is the student's responsibility to make financing arrangements well in advance of the tuition payment deadline. In the event of a sudden change in financial circumstances, email: email@example.com or call 651-793-1881 for help in identifying options.
1. Go to Metropolitan State's website.
2. Click on e-Services.
3. Enter your student ID and password and log in.
4. Click on Bills and Payment.
5. Click on Balance Due by Term, or Full Account Detail for more information.
6. In the upper right corner, click Logout when done.
If a student fails to meet financial obligations, the student is not eligible to register for future semesters. Degrees, official transcripts and certifications may be withheld until all financial obligations are satisfied.
The university uses the Minnesota Revenue Recapture Act and/or a collection agency as a means of collecting outstanding obligations. Accounts that are 120 days past due are referred for collection to the Minnesota Department of Revenue (MnDOR) or National Credit Management (NCM). A collection fee of 25 percent is added by MnDOR to all accounts referred for collection. NCM will add a 30 percent fee. This is allowable under Minnesota Statute, section 6D.07 and 16D.11.