The University of Mary is pleased to offer these options to pay your tuition and fees:
Monthly statements will be mailed to your local address. You can also view/print your statement by logging on to the University of Mary Web site at my.umary.edu with your User Name and Password. Click on the Student Tab, Financial Information, Student Accounts, My Acct Info, and then click on Account Balances. If your account is not settled by the due date, your registration and University of Mary services may be canceled without further notice. There will be a $110 reinstatement fee to be re-enrolled in courses and student services after proper settlement has been made.
- Full Payment by the due date or
- Enrollment in e-Cashier Automatic Payment Plan by the due date
If you plan to apply for Federal Financial assistance, you must do so prior to the start of classes. If your financial award is not credited to your student account by the due date, you may be subject to all cancellation and reinstatement guidelines. If your financial award does not cover your fees in full, you will be required to pay the remaining balance in full or enroll in the e-Cashier automatic payment plan.
Methods of Payment
The University of Mary accepts cash, check, money order and Discover, Mastercard, and Visa credit cards. Credit card payments can be made online and are quick, easy, and secure. Log on to the University of Mary website at my.umary.edu. Sign in using your User Name (Student ID) and Password. Click on the Student Tab, Financial Information, Student Accounts, My Acct Info, and then click on Account Balances to make a payment. Payments are also accepted in person in the Student Accounts Office (located in the lower level of the Benedictine Center) or by mailing payment (along with statement available under ACCOUNT BALANCE) to:
University of Mary
ATTN: Student Accounts
7500 University Drive
Bismarck, North Dakota 58504
Please include your student identification on your check.
Employer/Third Party Payment Information
You are required to submit a signed authorization to the Student Accounts office prior to the due date. Examples are Workers Compensation, Vocational Rehabilitation, BIA, military assistance and private employers. If the tuition assistance does not cover the fees in full, you will be required to pay the remaining balance in full or enroll in the e-Cashier automatic payment plan.
Collection Service Fee
Past due student accounts may be sent to a collection service and a service fee of $20 will be added to the account.