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Payment of Fees


Payment Specifics
Make all checks or money orders payable to Frostburg State University for the exact amount on the bill you receive. All fees must be paid prior to the beginning of each semester or before the date shown on the Statement of fees. Students will not be allowed to register for the next semester. Failure to meet the due date may result in the cancellation of the student’s schedule. A previous balance results in the grades and transcripts of the student being withheld until full payment is made.  

Students failing to withdraw or make payment will be charged an additional $100 late fee, a $30 late payment and a $30 late registration.
 
The University and Student Billing office accepts cash, check, money order, and travler's check as payment.  It does not accept more than $2.00 in coin at one time as payment.     

 

Credit Card/Online Payments
FSU is partnering with CashNet to allow students and parents of students at FSU to pay their expenses online by credit card or ACH through the PAWS student center or https://commerce.cashnet.com/frostburgpay

 or if the student has assigned you a PIN and password use:

https://commerce.cashnet.com/frostburgpay&LT=P

 All Others: https://commerce.cashnet.com/FROSTBURGFSU (credit card payments only)
This site accepts VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover.

Payment plans are available through the PAWS student center by clicking on View e-bill or make a payment.


Charges for Collection of Unpaid Bills
If a student’s account is not promptly paid, the University will turn it over to the Maryland State Central Collection Unit and a 17- percent collection fee will be added to the bill. If further collection action is needed, an outside agency will be retained and those charges will also be billed to the student. The state may also withhold any refund due to the student from the Maryland State Income Tax and apply it to the overdue account.