TUITION AND FEE STATEMENTS will NOT be mailed unless requested by the student. Students may view their tuition through their GUS account by clicking on the Student Accounts link. See Tuition and Fee payments dates and procedures for additional information. For additional information on creating a GUS account or receiving a paper fee statement contact the Registrar's Office at 620-235-4200.
TUITION AND FEES
Schedule of Tuition and Fees for Spring 2017
Non-resident, part-time students enrolled in a degree program offered online or off-campus will pay the resident tuition rate. All other non-resident students will pay the non-resident tuition rates for all courses.
DISTANCE LEARNING FEE:
An additional $36.00 per credit hour Distance Fee is applied to Continuing Studies courses held an extended distance from campus.
ELECTRONIC ACCESS FEE:
A media fee of $36.00 per credit hour is added to all on-line courses, hybrid courses and courses on the interactive distance learning network.
TECHNOLOGY COURSE FEE:
A course fee of $14.00 per credit hour in addition to the above listed tuition fee, will be charged for all courses taught through the College of Technology. The general education course GT 190 Introduction to Technological Systems, 2 hours, is excluded from the fee assessment. A maximum cap of $140.00 per student/per semester will be collected for the technology course fee.
Last day for a full refund is 01/24/2017.
Last day for a 1/2 refund is 02/20/2017.
Students from bordering counties of Missouri, Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas may qualify for Gorilla Advantage tuition rate which is tuition equal to in-state tuition and fees. For more information click on the following link about Gorilla Advantage
Beginning Fall 2013--Gorilla EdgeFor students with a permanent residency in Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, or Texas who are not a part of our Gorilla Advantage program, we are offering a reduced tuition plan beginning with the fall semester 2013.More information about the plan is available at http://www.pittstate.edu/admission/undergraduate/gorillaedge.dot.
Late Fee and Insufficient Fund Checks
Students who enroll (or re-enroll if canceled for non-payment of tuition and fees) after January 24, 2017 will be charged a late fee of $50.00. Students who have not paid tuition and fees by January 24, 2017 and who receive a deferment from the Financial Assistance Office for the payment of their tuition and fees will also be charged a fee of $50.00. Exception: Classes not scheduled to begin at the time of regular classes or enrollment delay due to university procedures as determined by the Registrar.
A $30.00 charge is made for all insufficient fund checks. This charge is in addition to the late fee charge.
A student who withdraws from the university on or before January 24,2017 will be refunded full tuition and fees on request.
A student who withdraws from the university on or before February 20,2017 will be refunded one-half tuition and fees on request.
A student who withdraws from the university beginning February 21,2017 will not be refunded any tuition or fees.
Students may expect a delay of at least three weeks between the time they file for a refund and the receipt of the refund.
Financial Aid Disbursement Schedule
Financial Aid disbursements will be completed via GUS on the PSU web site (www.pittstate.edu) for the Spring 2017 semester. Students receiving federal financial aid or scholarships must verify their enrollment through Gus. Once the verification process is completed students will be able to view their financial aid awards on the "Student Account" within a few days. Students who pay fees by a paper loan check, scholarship or outside sponsorship (3rd Party) of any kind must report to the Office of Cashiers and Student Accounts, Room 112, Horace Mann to have their student accounts validated by the deadline. Failure to report to the Cashiers will result in cancellation of your enrollment.
Students will enroll in Direct Deposit for any refund or decline Direct Deposit when they complete “Verification of Enrollment for Disbursement of Funds”in order for their financial assistance to be applied to their university charges. If a student declines Direct Deposit, a paper check will be issued in 10 days and mailed to the student’s permanent address.