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Student Accounts Checklist

1.  Satisfy Your Bill by the Due Date

Fall E-Bill Release Date:  July 6, 2021

Fall E-Bill Due Date:  August 3, 2021

Please Note:  New students who register on or after July 15, 2021 will have a billing due date of August 30, 2021!

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.

To view your e-bill account online:

1. Log into your MyFramingham account
2. Click on the menu at the top left of the homepage
3.Click on Students > Finances
4.Click on “View Detailed Bill” or “Pay Your Bill

2.  Waive or Enroll in the University's Health Insurance

State law requires all full-time students (3 or more courses) to have health insurance coverage. All full-time students will automatically be charged for annual health insurance coverage. Students who are currently on a health insurance plan at that time will need to waive the University’s health insurance plan by the billing due date, August 3, 2021 (August 30th for new students who registered for courses on or after July 15th).  All others must enroll online.

To waive or enroll in the University’s health insurance:

1. Log into your MyFramingham account
2. Click on the menu at the top left of the homepage
3. Click on Students > Finances
4. Click or “ Enroll” or "Waive" under the Health Insurance Requirement section

3.  Set Up A Payment Plan 

Servicer: Nelnet/Tuition Management Systems (TMS)
Framingham.afford.com – 800‐722‐4867

Students may pay their balance monthly with a payment plan with Nelnet/TMS! Monthly payments must be made to Nelnet/TMS 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, or $55 for the academic year. Enroll online or over the phone with Nelnet/TMS!  

Please enroll prior to the billing due date

4.  Add Authorized User(s)

Students may give their parent, guardian or family member access to their account by making them an Authorized User. Authorized Users are able to log in to the student’s billing account at any time with their own login information. The Student Accounts Office will not be able to disclose details of a student’s account with you anyone who is not authorized.

To create an Authorized User account:

1. Log into your MyFramingham account
2. Click on the menu at the top left of the homepage
3. Click on Students > Finances
4. Click on either “View Detailed Bill” or “Pay Your Bill
5. Click on Authorized Users on the right-hand side of the e-pay portal

5.  Set Up An E-Refund Account

Excess financial aid or payments on a student’s account will result in a refund for the overpaid amount. The fastest and recommend way to receive your refund is by setting up an e-refund account.

To set up an e-refund account:

1. Log into myFramingham
2. Click on the top left menu on the homepage
3. Click on Students > Finances
4. Click on either “View Detailed Bill” or “Pay Your Bill
5. On the right‐hand side of the e‐pay portal, click on “Electronic Refunds