full listing of current tuition, fees, room and board, and other
University-related expenses is available at either the Admissions or
In addition to the usual tuition and fees paid by students, special fees
are often attached to specific courses.
Those course fees are used to pay for materials that are damaged
or consumed by students, particularly during the laboratory portion of
the classes. As a
consequence, course fees are most often attached to classes in the
sciences, the arts, and technical programs.
On the Montana State
University-Northern campus, students who take classes in the following
degree areas will often have to pay additional fees because of the
courses they take: art, automotive, biology, civil engineering
technology, chemistry, diesel, design drafting, electronics engineering
technology, earth science, health and physical education, metals
technology, and nursing. Course
fees are also assessed in other program areas, but not as extensively as
the previous listing.
To find out if a course fee will
be assessed for a particular course, students should refer to the
specific course descriptions listed in this catalog.
Those course descriptions begin on page 173 of this catalog.
Refunds for withdrawals from school are made by the Business
Office only after verification of enrollment status as of the 15th day
The registration fee is non-refundable. The health insurance fee
will be refunded to the end of the 10th day of instruction.
Ninety (90) percent of all remaining fees (tuition, network,
computer, equipment, building, gym use, sub use, student activity,
athletic, non-resident tuition, non- resident building) will be refunded
to the end of the fifth day of instruction.
Seventy-five (75) percent of all remaining fees will be refunded
to the end of the tenth day of instruction.
Fifty (50) percent of all remaining fees will be refunded to the
end of the fifteenth day of instruction.
No refunds for withdrawals from school are made after the
fifteenth day of instruction.
INSTALLMENT PAYMENT PLAN
following installment payment plan for tuition/fees, room and board is
least ¼ of the total amount must be paid when the student enrolls.
2. One-half of the total due must be paid within 30 days.
of the total due must be paid within 60 days.
full amount due must be paid within 90 days.
late fee of $15.00 will be assessed for each payment that is late.
administrative charge of $30.00 per semester will be levied for use of
5. Payments must be made even though the student withdraws from school. Any refund due the student because of withdrawal, either voluntary or involuntary, will be applied toward the satisfaction of the obligation. Should the refund be larger than the amount outstanding, the excess of refund due over balance outstanding will be returned to the student. Any unpaid balance of the obligation must be paid before the student may re-enroll, graduate, obtain a transcript, or transfer to another college and/or university.