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Tuition & Fees

Make Tuition Payments

Paying for your college education is easy at Rogers State University because we give you so many options. Tuition and fees are due on or before your first scheduled class date.

  • Pay by Telephone:
    918-343-7558 - VISA, Mastercard and Discover
  • Make Monthly Payments Online:
    RSU offers a payment plan through FACTS. The following are steps to enroll in the payment plan online:
    • NBS - Nelnet Business Solutions logologin to the Hillcat Hub
    • click on 'Campus Connect' (red tab across top)
    • click on 'Student Links' in the left menu
    • select 'Account Status' from the list of choices
    • select appropriate semester
    • select 'FACTS Payment Plan' (bottom of page)
  • Pay on Campus:
    Payment may be made in person on any of the three RSU campuses.
  • Pay by Mail:
    Mail-in payment for enrollment is accepted. A receipt will not be mailed to you but may be picked up in the Office of the Bursar. Make checks payable to Rogers State University and record your student ID number on the check. Address mail-in payments to: Rogers State University, Office of the Bursar, 1701 W. Will Rogers Blvd., Claremore, OK 74017. 
  • Financial Aid:
    Financial Aid recipients must have received an award letter by the first day of the semester, from the Rogers State University Office of Financial Aid for payment to be deferred.
  • Delinquent Payments:
    Until and including the last day of final examinations, students may pay their delinquent accounts by paying tuition, fees, and charges. Students settling their delinquent accounts after the last day of final examinations will be charged an additional penalty. The additional late payment charge is $50.00. Delinquent accounts will be sent to the University’s legal department for collection.

Refund Policy

Tuition and Fees: Tuition and fees will be refunded based on the schedules mandated by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.

Withdrawing/Dropping: Withdrawal from classes after the first two weeks of a fall or spring semester and first week of a summer term does not relieve students of their financial obligation to the University, and these students will be charged 100% of the tuition and fees due the University. Students must complete and sign a withdrawal form from the Office of the Registrar. Withdrawals cannot be completed by
phone. Students must drop from regular 16-week classes during the first two weeks to receive a refund.

Refund Time Table:

  Term Refund
  16 weeks 2 weeks
  12 weeks 1 1/2 weeks
  8 weeks 1 week
  Under 8 weeks First business day after the first day of class

*Short-term classes are classes that meet less than 16 weeks for fall or spring or 8 weeks for summer.

Delinquent payment of charges will not constitute grounds for withdrawal. The charges will be carried forward to the next semester, at which time all fees and charges must be cleared prior to any new enrollment. Students leaving the University will find their official records and transcripts tagged, and these records will not be released to other persons, institutions, or agencies until all debts are paid.