Failure to complete the three following requirements by July 22nd will result in loss of classes, residence hall reservation, and parking assignment. In addition, a $50.00 late fee will be charged.
1. Payment of "Current Account Balance"
Refer to the Student Accounts myFramingham Guide for step-by-step instructions on how to make online payments and set up authorized users.
Online (PREFERRED METHOD): Log into my.framingham.edu with your username and password. Once on the home page, click the down arrow under "Account Information" and select the first option in the drop-down menu, "Review Charges and Account Details." Now you are on the home page of the billing site. You can select the "Make a Payment" icon and follow the steps to enter the desired payment amount and method; or select the "View Account Activity" icon to see all the charges and credits on your account and then make a payment.
You can pay with electronic check (checking or savings) or credit card (MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express are accepted). Sorry no PIN debit card transactions accepted.
In Person: You can pay by cash, check, or credit in our office.
By Mail: If you would like to mail in your payment, please send a check payable to Framingham State University with the student's nine digit student ID number written on the bottom left. Due to regulations, we cannot accept credit card numbers via mail. Please do not send cash through the mail.
You may make adjustments to your "current account balance" by making enrollment, meal plan, parking, or residence hall changes; enrolling in the Tuition Management Systems payment plan; receiving non-FSU awards or alternative loan; or having a State employee or senior citizen waiver. You may indicate these changes on the online worksheet on the home page of myFramingham. You must make payment of any new calculated account balance. You will not receive a new eBill based upon these charges. Check your account activity for transactions and changes in the amount due since your latest eBill periodically throughout the semester.
2. Required Notification to FSU on Attendance
You must notify FSU that you will be participating in the Day Division this term. Even if you have a zero or credit "current account balance," you must notify FSU of your intent to participate in the Day Division.
You may do so by selecting the first item, "Required Notification to FSU on Attendance," in the middle column of the home page of my.Framingham.edu. If you will not be participating in the Day Division at FSU, please select the appropriate option.
3. Health Insurance Requirement
State law requires all full-time students (3 or more total undergraduate and/or graduate courses in Day Division, Continuing Education or a combination of both) attending Framingham State University to have Health Insurance. If you are a full time student, you have been charged for annual coverage.
If you do NOT have comparable health insurance coverage, you must enroll online in the health insurance offered by the University by July 22nd. To enroll in the offered health insurance and receive your insurance card, you must go online and submit the enrollment form. Paying for the insurance does not enroll you in the plan!
If you have coverage under a comparable health insurance policy, you must complete, online, the Health Insurance Waiver Form.
The enrollment and waiver forms are also on the home page of myFramingham in the middle column by selecting the Health Insurance Requirement link.
Part-time students are not eligible to purchase the health insurance offered by the University.
For more detailed information regarding Health Insurance, please visit Health Services.