Electronic bills and account information are available through KSIS. More information is available here.
Tuition and fees are due by 3 p.m. on the first day of class each semester. Unpaid charges listed as "Due Now" in KSIS will assessed a 1.5% late fee unless you are enrolled in a payment plan. Subsequent charges or your payment plan installments are due by 3 p.m. on the 15th of the month (or on the Friday before if the 15th falls on a weekend.)
Students may fill out a Petition for Default Charge Waiver in the case of late payments being due to extenuating circumstances.
Payments received after 3 p.m. will be posted as the next business day.
Cash payments must be made in person in the Cashiers Office.
Checks may be made payable to "KSU" with the student Wildcat ID number in the memo field along with whether the payment is for "tuition & fees" or "flight account." Check may be brought in person to the Cashiers Office or mailed to the following address:
ATTN: Cashiers College Center 209
2310 Centennial Rd.
Salina, KS 67401
There is a $30 fee for all returned checks.
Online Electronic Check (EFT) or Credit Card
Payments by electronic check or credit card may be made through KSIS for an addition 2.9% convenience fee. Step-by-step instructions are available here.
Tuition Installment Payment Plan (TIPP)
The TIPP allows payments to be spread out over four months for fall and spring semesters and over two months for summer semesters. The cost of enrollment is a $40 nonrefundable fee ($20 for summer). More information is available here.
K-State will bill approved sponsors and at least temporarily move the charges from the student account and post to the sponsor account. Ultimately, the student remains liable for any charges the sponsor does not pay. More information is available here.
Deferments are granted to give students who have met certain guidelines as authorized by the Kansas Board of Regents additional time to pay for their tuition and fees. More information is available here.
Payments applied to student accounts in excess of charges will be refunded to the student. More information is available here.
The Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) requires that a student's educational and financial records are private and confidential. They can be released only by the consent of the student. The student can grant access to someone else through the Designated Access process in KSIS.
The 1098-T is available through KSIS. More information is available here.