Winter 2023 E-Bills
Bill Release Date: November 9, 2022
Bill Due Date: December 5, 2022
Spring 2023 E-Bills
Bill Release Date: November 28, 2022
Bill Due Date: December 16, 2022
Please note: E-bills are available 24/7 online on my.framingham.edu!
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Ways to Pay
You may pay your balance in many different ways including: financial aid, alternative loans, a payment plan, scholarships, debit/credit card payments (American Express, MasterCard, Discover, and Visa), check, ACH, cash or 529 Plans. Failure to pay your balance by the due date may result in a late fee, hold, or drop of course schedule.
Online: Students may pay with a credit or debit card online via myFramingham. We accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express. ACH payments may also be made online. To make a payment, log into your myFramingham account, then select Students > Finances from the top left menu. Once you’re on the Finances screen, select Pay Your Bill!
Mail: Students may pay by check. All checks can be made out to “Framingham State University” and mailed to Student Accounts – 100 State Street PO Box 9101 Framingham, MA 01701. Please be sure to include your Student ID number on the check.
In-Person: We are located on the 5th Floor of the McCarthy Center in the Student Service Center, Room 515. We are open Monday - Friday 9AM - 5PM.
Payment Plan: Students may pay their balance monthly with a payment plan on the e-pay portal on my.framingham.edu! Monthly payments must be made on myFramingham by the first of each month. Payment plans range from 4 to 5 months long, beginning in July and ending in November. The earlier you set up your payment plan, the less money you will need to pay per month! The tentative enrollment fee is currently $40 per semester. To enroll in a payment plan, go to the e-pay portal and select "Payment Plan" on the right hand side.
Fall Payment Plan Schedule:
5-month plan: July 1st - November 1st
4-month plan: August 1st - November 1st
Spring Payment Plan Schedule:
5-month plan: December 1st - April 1st
4-month plan: January 1st - April 1st
If you have any questions regarding the payment plan, please contact Student Accounts at 508-626-4514 or email@example.com for assistance!
Financial Aid: In order for the Financial Aid Office to determine your eligibility for Financial Aid, students must complete a 2022-2023 FAFSA on studentaid.gov. Applicants for financial aid who have not yet received an award by the due date of the e-Bill must pay the balance and be reimbursed when the funds are received. All documentation must be completed and submitted to the Financial Aid Office in order to receive the credit on your account.
Federal Direct Student Loan Program: First time borrowers at Framingham State University must sign a Master Promissory Note and complete Entrance Counseling prior to receiving their student loans. Students may complete these online requirements on studentaid.gov.
Additional Loans: After receiving a Financial Aid package, there may be a balance left on your account. Parents may apply for Federal Plus Loans through studentaid.gov, or apply for alternative loans offered by various companies and banks. Please contact the Financial Aid Office for more information on how you can cover your balance.
Outside Scholarships & Waivers: Students who have received outside scholarships or waivers unaffiliated with Framingham State University must submit a copy of the award notification letter to the Student Accounts or Financial Aid Office for consideration. Outside scholarships or waivers may not be accepted by Framingham State University if the grantor has stated a condition of payment in the award notification letter, such as transcripts and/or payments be made directly to the student. The credit will not show on a student’s account without proper documentation. Students will be responsible for the charges if the outside scholarship is not paid.
Veterans: Any waiver of Veteran Affairs Educational Benefit Program must be reviewed and approved by the Office of Veteran Services. Once the proper documentation has been submitted, a credit will be placed on your billing statement. For more information, please visit the Veteran Services section of the FSU website!
529 Plans: 529 Plans are saving accounts that can be put towards educational expenses and tuition for college or K-12 schools. In order to utilize your 529 Plan, you will need to contact your 529 organization to inquire about how to get these funds to the University. Checks can be sent to Student Accounts – 100 State Street PO Box 9101 Framingham, MA 01701. Please be sure to include your student’s information with any checks sent to FSU.
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 your course schedule, registration, and transcripts).