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Billing and Payment

Bills are mailed to enrolled students approximately one month before the start of the semester to your home address. Students are billed separately for each semester they are enrolled. Estimated financial aid will appear as credit toward the charges on your bill. All aid is transferred into the student account after the Census date of each semester. Any estimated remaining balance not covered by estimated scholarships, grants, and/or loans is due one week before the semester begins.

A 1% late fee will be incurred monthly on unpaid balances where payment is past due. 

Students should monitor their billing statement and financial transactions on myMUAny change in enrollment, housing and meal plan, or program of study may result in changes to billed charges and/or financial aid. Updated billing statements can be viewed and printed on the portal under "Accounts and Financial Aid." 

Payment Options

Pay By Mail Please include the student's name and/or student ID number. Pay with a check or money order to:

                    Misericordia University
                    301 Lake St.
                    Dallas, PA 18612 

Pay Online Pay via debit or credit card at Visa, MasterCard, or Discover. A two and a half percent (2.5%) convenience fee will be added to all debit or credit card payments.

**Please allow up to 48 business hours for payment to be posted to your student account**

Pay in Person Student Accounts department located in Room118 in Mercy Hall
Fall and Spring Semesters 9:00am-4:00pm
Summer Semester 9:00am-3:30pm
Cash, check, money order, or debit/credit card are accepted

Monthly Installment Payment Plan Students have the option to schedule monthly payments through Transact (formerly Cash Net). There is an enrollment fee. Students must be enrolled in the installment plan prior to the start of the semester. To use the plan, students need to enter the amount shown on their MU billing statement. There is an annual plan (fall and spring), or a semester only plan. Students using the annual plan should sign up for the full year costs (fall and spring).  Enroll for Payment Plan Here or call 1-877-821-0625.

Tuition Reimbursement (Per Credit Students less than 11 credits) Students who receive tuition benefits from their employer may be eligible to participate in Misericordia University’s Tuition Reimbursement Payment Plan. Eligibility is determined by the Student Financial Services Office. Students must complete the Tuition Reimbursement Form and include a letter from their employer detailing the terms of tuition reimbursement benefit. Both items can be faxed to 570-674-3063. The requirements of the plan include:

  • Students must keep the original invoice and final grades for employer verification. Duplicate invoices will not be issued.
  • Grace Period- The billing statement balance is due thirty (30) days after the end of the course(s).
  • The grace period does not apply to graduating students and payment is due by the due date of the semester.
  • The grace period does not apply if a student withdraws or has been delinquent in making payment in previous semesters. 
  • It is the responsibility of the student, not the employer, to ensure that payment is made within the 30 day period. Students who fail to make payment within the grace period will be removed from the tuition reimbursement payment plan and not be granted future deferment.
  • Students who are receiving partial tuition benefits must make arrangements to pay the costs that are not covered by their employer by the semester due date.

Deferred payment plan (Per Credit Students less than 11 credits) Twenty percent (20%) of the bill is due one week before the course begins and the remaining balance must be paid in full one week before finals begin for the course(s). The requirements of the plan include:

  • Payment of 20% of the total charges is required by the due date of the semester. Payments made after the due date are not considered. 
  • Deferments are limited to one semester; the unpaid balance must be paid one week before final examinations for that semester. 
  • Students who fail to meet their deferred payment obligations will be dropped from the plan.