Day Division

Day Division

Please refer to the Student Accounts myFramingham Guide for step-by-step instructions on how to pay a balance online, set up an e-Refund account, establish an Authorized User, and much more!

Day Division - All About Tuition & Fees 2020-2021 

The above publication contains Day Division student information on procedures for paying the Student e-Bill (tuition, fees, housing, meal plans and other charges), refund policies, health insurance requirement, and other special reminders. All information here is in effect at the time of publication and is subject to change without notice.

You can pay your student account balance online by accessing your account via Once on the home page of myFramingham, select "Review Charges and Account Details" in the drop-down menu under "Account Information." This selection brings you to the billing home page. From here you can click the "Make a Payment" icon. To view any charges or credits on your account, select the "View Account Activity" icon.  

You can pay by credit card using MasterCard, Visa, American Express, or Discover or you can pay by a checking/savings account with an electronic check. (Sorry, no pin transaction debit cards accepted.) If you have a hold on your account because of a bill balance and you pay the bill balance in full, the hold may not be released until the next business day.


All funds awarded by Framingham State University will be credited to your student account provided you fulfill all requirements for any awards or credits. Any credits applied to your account are in anticipation of scholarships, grants, loans, waivers, and Nelnet/Tuition Management Systems plan payments. If changes in these credits occur which result in a “current account balance,” you will be responsible for full payment of this balance. Students who have not satisfied their Student e-Bill or, if applicable, Health Insurance requirement, will not be issued grades, diploma or transcript, or be permitted to register for any courses or programs. All information contained herein is in effect at the time of publication and is subject to change without notice.

Failure to pay your balance by the semester's due date may result in your outstanding balance being sent to collections, late fees, and an account hold (denied access to course schedules and transcripts).

Important Notice for Returning Students:  If you are registering for courses after the original bill date for that term, payment is due upon registration.

Emergency Advance Requests:

Students who are in need of their financial aid refund earlier due to an emergency can fill out the Emergency Advance Request Form and submit it to the Student Accounts Office for review.  Please note, not all requests can be approved.  If you are submitting an Emergency Advance Request Form, please be sure to send this from your student e-mail address