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Billing

Due to COVID-19, we recommend that you contact our office at 606-783-2019 or email billing@moreheadstate.edu for assistance with financial processes. You may also log into MyMoreheadState and select the Self-Service Link to view and pay your account, manage your financial aid and complete other academic and financial processes. We strive to provide students, faculty, staff and University stakeholders with an efficient and effective financial environment rooted in outstanding customer service.

  • Schedule a time to talk with us if you have billing and payment questions.
 

Student Billing

The Office of Accounting & Financial Services handles business dealing with the payment of tuition and fees, payment plans, and the distribution of refund checks and direct deposits. If you have any technical issues when using MyMoreheadState, please contact the IT Help Desk at 606-783-HELP (4357).

**Due to COVID-19, students are required to make all account payments online via MyMoreheadState by selecting the Self-Service Link. Students may pay their account via electronic check or debit/credit card. There is a service fee of 1.85% of the transaction total if paying by debit/credit card. There is no service fee to pay with an electronic check.**


You must complete the following steps to activate your meal plan and BeakerBUCKs, to allow textbook charges at the University Store and to avoid cancellation of your class schedule (See Below for detailed instructions):

  1. Accept your Financial Responsibility Agreement as soon as possible.
  2. Pay your account in full or enroll in a payment plan if you have a balance due (see Academic Calendar for due dates and visit www.moreheadstate.edu/self-service for instructions).

When a student registers for classes they create a financial responsibility to Morehead State University. The total semester charges (tuition, housing, meal plans, books and fees) minus financial aid, scholarships, waivers, and third party payments for each semester result in the amount due to the University. 

All students MUST accept a Financial Responsibility Agreement each semester and pay their balance in full or enroll in a payment plan to activate their meal plan and BeakerBUCKs, to allow textbook charges at the University Store, and to prevent cancellation of their class schedule.

To accept your Financial Responsibility Agreement:

  1. Log into MyMoreheadState.
  2. Select the Self-Service Link and then "Student Finance." Select "Financial Agreement" from the Helpful Links menu.
  3. Select the appropriate term, then click SUBMIT.
  4. Read the agreement, then select "Accept" and click SUBMIT.​
You may view or pay your account online:
  1. Log into MyMoreheadState and select the Self-Service Link.
  2. Select "Student Finance."
  3. Click "Make a Payment - Payment Plan."

Students may pay their account via electronic check or debit/credit card. There is a service fee of 1.85% of the transaction total if paying by debit/credit card. There is no service fee to pay with an electronic check.

Morehead State University offers a Payment Plan for students who need to setup installment payments for their balance due. One-third of your balance and a $50 installment payment fee is due at the time of enrollment. (See Academic Calendar for due dates)

Students must make payments as scheduled to avoid a late payment charge at the monthly rate of 1.0% on outstanding balances and to avoid having a hold placed on their account.
 

Direct deposit is the quickest and most efficient way to receive your student refund check. Follow the steps below to set up direct deposit and have your student refund deposited to the bank account of your choice. If direct deposit is not elected, paper checks will be mailed to your home address on file.
  1. Log into MyMoreheadState and select Self-Service Link.
  2. Select "Banking Information."
  3. Select "Add an Account."
  4. Select "Activate" by the "Refund, Reimbursement & Payment Deposit" option.
  5. Select "Next."
  6. Enter your bank information.
  7. Agree to the terms and conditions and submit.
You may elect to receive your annual IRS 1098-T tax form electronically via MyMoreheadState. This form is used to determine if you are eligible for an Education Tax Credit when you file your tax return.
  1. Log into MyMoreheadState and select the Self-Service Link.
  2. Select "Tax Information," then select "1098 Information."
  3. Select the option to receive your 1098 only in electronic format.
  4. Click "Save."
Students have the option to set up an individual as an "Authorized User" and allow access to view financial account information.
  1. Log into MyMoreheadState and select Self-Service Link.
  2. Select the "user options" icon, then select "View/Add Authorized User Access."