This information is subject to change without notice.
For specific Fee Definitions please refer to https://esd.mansfield.edu/billing-and-payments/fee-definitions.cfm
Students are not permitted to register for course work, receive a diploma, or obtain official transcripts until all overdue accounts have been paid. Students requesting transcripts are encouraged to pay any outstanding balance by money order or cashiers check to avoid a 10 business day clearing period on personal checks.
Failure to meet your financial obligations by the due dates may result in classes being dropped, future registrations being blocked, and transcripts being withheld. The minimum amount required to confirm a student’s registration is the total charge, LESS financial aid, DIVIDED by two, PLUS any beginning balance. Payment of the minimum amount due will allow a student to defer the remaining balance due for six (6) weeks. Failure to make payment in full by the payment due date will automatically result in the student account incurring a deferred payment fee of $50.
Students should familiarize themselves with the comprehensive terms and conditions for housing and dining by reviewing the Housing & Dining Agreement, as well as the Resident Hall Handbooks located at http://www.mansfield.edu/housing/
Housing/Residence Hall Student Fees (per semester)
Please refer to the following link for current Housing/Dining Rates : https://esd.mansfield.edu/tuition-and-fees/index.cfm?cssearch=31261_1
Suite-Style (Oak, Hickory, Sycamore & Spruce)
Requests for certain suit types are processed by Student Living, 319-321 Alumni, and are granted on a space available basis. Payment does not guarantee a private room if there are no vacancies.
Meal Plans: (Per Semester)
Please refer to the Housing and Dining Rates page for current Meal Plan rates: https://esd.mansfield.edu/tuition-and-fees/index.cfm?cssearch=31261_1
Flex dollars are built into each meal plan and may be used as cash at any campus dining location. You may buy additional flex dollars in increments of $25. Unused flex dollars are carried over from fall to spring semester. Unused flex dollars at the close of the spring semester are forfeited.
All residence hall students purchase and participate in the on-campus dining program. Dining fees are assessed regardless of whether or not dining services are actually used if an approved exemption form is not on file.
Requests to change a meal plan must be made prior to the start of the semester. Decreases to dining plans are not permitted after the semester begins.
All commuter students are automatic participants in the $100 flex per semester program. Unused flex dollars are carried over from fall to spring semester. Unused flex dollars at the close of the spring semester are forfeited.
Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver:
PA residents aged 62 or over and receiving Social Security benefits may enroll in university undergraduate on-campus courses if space is available with no tuition charge during the fall, spring, and summer semesters. The Senior Citizens Tuition Waiver is only for those taking undergraduate courses as non-degree seeking students. Graduate courses are not included.
Student Domicile Guidelines
Domicile is the place where the student intends to and does permanently reside. Because determining whether or not a student intends to reside indefinitely in Pennsylvania is subjective, documentary evidence, statements from disinterested persons, and the presumptions set forth below are considered:
- Continuous residence in Pennsylvania for a period of 12 months prior to registration as a student at an institution of higher education in Pennsylvania creates a presumption of domicile. A student is presumed not to be a domiciliary if he or she has resided for a shorter period before attending an institution of higher education, but the student may rebut this presumption by clear and convincing evidence.
- Students who are not United States citizens and have nonimmigrant visas or lack a visa are presumed not to be domiciled in Pennsylvania, but they may rebut this presumption by clear and convincing evidence.
- A minor is presumed to have the domicile of his or her parents or guardian. The age of majority for establishing a domicile for tuition purposes is 22. However, a minor may prove financial emancipation and thereby prove Pennsylvania domicile through clear and convincing evidence.
- A United States government employee or a member of the armed forces who was domiciled in Pennsylvania immediately preceding entry into government service and who has continuously maintained Pennsylvania as his or her declared legal residence shall be presumed to have a Pennsylvania domicile. Nonresidents stationed in Pennsylvania for military service shall be deemed a Pennsylvania domiciliary.
- A student receiving a scholarship, loan, or grant, dependent upon maintaining domicile in a state other than Pennsylvania is presumed to be domiciled in the state from which he or she is receiving financial aid.
A student may challenge his or her residence classification by submitting a written appeal to the Registrar’s Office. If the student is not satisfied, the decision may be appealed in writing to the Office of the Chancellor, State System of Higher Education, within 30 days. The decision of the chancellor is considered final. The effective date of any reclassification resulting from the student’s challenge is determined by the Residency Committee based on when the petition was filed. A student who changes domicile from Pennsylvania to another state must promptly give written notice to the University.
Please reference the following link for more information and the official student domicile regulations: https://esd.mansfield.edu/upload/Residency-Data-Collection-Form_20141111-2.pdf
Tuition (Per Semester)
Please refer to Enrollment Services/Student Accounts for Current rates: https://esd.mansfield.edu/tuition-and-fees/index.cfm
Note 1: Students taking a combination of undergraduate and graduate credits are charged based upon the student’s academic program level (undergraduate or graduate), not the course level.
Note 2: The final tuition rate is set by the Board of Governors in April.
Refunds & Adjustments of Charges
The following information is subject to change without notice.
|Withdrawal From The University (from all coursework):
|Tuition, housing, community building fee, health fee, activity fee, and fitness center fee are adjusted for all students according to the refund schedule. The technology fee is non-refundable.
Dining adjustments are pro-rated on a weekly basis.
|First day through drop period
Through second week
Through third week
Through fourth week
Through fifth week
Tuition and miscellaneous fees (community building fee, health fee, activity fee, and fitness center fee) will be adjusted at 100% through the drop period. The technology fee is non-refundable. There is no fee adjustment for course withdrawals; therefore, all tuition and fees are due to the University. All requests for refunds should be in writing to the Student Accounts Office in 224 South Hall.
Nelnet Campus Commerce Payment Plans
Nelnet Campus Commerce partners with Mansfield University to offer a monthly payment plan for your tuition balance. The payment option is available for a small enrollment fee and includes personal account service and counseling, automated account information 24 hours a day and access to your account through their web page https://mycollegepaymentplan.com/mansfielduniversity.
***Note - Nelnet payment plans are not available for the summer sessions.
- Application fee: Students applying for admission or readmission pay this $25.00 fee when submitting their application.
- Advance Deposit: An advance deposit of $125.00 is required upon acceptance of the offer of admission. Upon request, this deposit is transferrable to a revised admission date within one year upon the approval of the Director of Admissions.
Part-time, non-degree seeking students and residents of the region may audit a course for $50 with the permission of the course instructor if space is available.
This fee is paid by all students to support the operating costs and debt service for the Alumni Hall Student Center.
Credit by Examination Fee
One-third of the undergraduate fee per credit must be paid and approval received from the Registrar before taking each examination.
Deferred Payment Fee
Students may defer payment for up to one-half of the balance due for six weeks after the first day of the semester. The balance due is defined as the total fees for the current semester, less approved financial aid. Nonpayment of the full balance due incurs a $50 fee.
This fee is paid by all students to support high-cost programs, labs, and academic equipment.
Fitness Center Fee
All undergraduate, degree-seeking students are assessed this fee to support the debt service and operating costs of the fitness center.
Primary medical care is provided to registered full-time and part-time students while the university is in session.
Housing Application Fee
All students requesting on-campus housing complete an agreement that includes the payment of a $100 housing application fee. The application fee allows students to participate in housing selection/reservations each year. The application fee is non-refundable.
Mandatory Miscellaneous Fees
Note: Internships, Independent studies, Individualized Instruction, and student teaching assignments are billed as on-campus courses and all mandatory miscellaneous fees apply.
Music Lesson Fee
The music lesson fee will be assessed at $200.00 per credit for music courses MAP-2000 and above.
The music lesson fee will be assessed at $200.00 per credit for music courses MAP-5000 and above.
This fee is non-refundable:
New Student Orientation Fee = $90.00
Transfer Student Orientation Fee = $50.00
Parking Decal Fee
This fee is for a permit valid from September through August.
Returned Check Fee
A $25.00 fee is charged for each check or e-check returned by the bank for non-sufficient funds (NSF). A $5.00 fee is charged for each e-check (electronic check) returned by the bank for invalid account information.
Student Activity Fee
This fee is established by the Student Government Association to support student activities.
This fee is paid by all students specifically to increase the investment in instructional technology.
There is an $8.41 per copy fee for official or unofficial transcripts. This fee is due in advance of the processing of the transcript. The fee includes the cost of postage for first class mail. Priority mailing is at the expense of the requestor. All delinquent obligations must be cleared prior to the release of an official transcript.