Student Accounts Office
Phone: (540) 432-4112
The Student Accounts staff welcomes the opportunity to answer any questions you may have concerning your accounts and to help you explore ways of meeting payment due dates. The office is located in the Campus Center, room 104 next to the Post Office. Hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. A cashier is available to receive payments, cash checks up to $75.00 per day and to answer questions concerning the student account. Please have the student ID number available for each transaction.
Tuition, room and meal plan charges, less processed financial aid, are due one week before classes begin for each semester. Unpaid accounts may be subject to the following:
- EMU network access for student-owned computers will be denied.
- Charging items from the university bookstore and Common Grounds Coffee House to the student account will be denied.
- Grades, transcripts, enrollment, and diploma will be denied.
- Monthly finance charge of 1.5% (18% annually) will be assessed
- Delinquent accounts will be reported to the Credit Bureau.
- Collection and/or attorney fees necessary for collection of unpaid accounts will be paid for by the debtor.
For information regarding refunds of credit balances, please contact the cashier.
EMU offers health insurance plans through RCM&D. Health insurance is an EMU requirement for full-time undergraduate, full-time CJP, full-time seminary, full-time MA in counseling, and all international students. The plan options are only available to those student groups.
Personal Property Insurance
EMU does not maintain insurance on student-owned property. Students’ property is sometimes covered under their family homeowner’s policy. Tenant insurance may also be obtained from a local agency if desired.
Students are expected to respect the rights and property of others and to use campus facilities in a responsible manner. Costs of damage to university property are charged to the account of the student responsible for the damage. Students assume responsibility for damaged property and should report it promptly to the residence director and/or Facilities Management Office.
EMU is not liable for the loss of money or valuables or the loss of or damage to any person’s private property on the campus due to fire, water, or theft. This includes the property of resident and non-resident students and their guests. Students should insure their personal property through their own policy or their parents’ homeowners’ policy.
Refund and Withdrawal Policy
Policies differ for graduate and undergraduate students related to refunds and withdrawals.
Aug 27 - Sept 2
Jan 8 -14
Sept 3 - 9
Jan 15 - 21
Sept 10 - 16
Jan 22 - 28
Sept 17 - 23
Jan 29 - Feb 4
Sept 24 - 30
Feb 5 - 11
Oct 1 - 7
Feb 12 - 18
Oct 8 -14
Feb 19 - 25
Oct 15 - 23**
Feb 26 - Mar 10**
Oct 24 - 30
Mar 11 - 17
After the 9th week
Oct 31 and later
Mar 18 and later
**period includes midterm break
Please note: This chart does not apply to students in the RN to BS in Nursing and Leadership and Organizational Management programs; students in these programs should see their respective program directors for adjustment and refund percentages.