NMSU offers students the option of paying term tuition and fees due over the course of a term.
Each month, students having term charges due and Authorized Users of those students are e-mailed notifications that their NMSU Online Billing Statement is available. The Current Amount Due portion of the statement lists the summed amount of charges currently due for a term (and prior terms should there be an unpaid, carry forward balance included in the billing detail). The Current Amount Due should be considered when budgeting to pay off charges by the final payment due date of the term. Keep in mind that NMSU Online Billing Statements are a static statement provided on the first of each month and any charges incurred after the first will not be reflected until the next billing statement is published.
The Current Amount Due can also be found on the Class Schedule and Statement of Account that is e-mailed to students automatically each night a course registration or a registration change occurs. This e-mailed statement provides the most current account information available. The Class Schedule and Statement of Account can also be requested at any time by logging into myNMSU, selecting Student > Student Account > Email Registration Document.
Below are Payment Plan Guides available to students with suggested payment plan options for the current and upcoming terms. These guides are designed to assist students with options for paying tuition and fees due that include a timeline of dates outlining how Payment Plan Fees can be avoided, when Payment Plan Fees will be assessed and when UAR Registration Holds (holds placed to prohibit future course registration at NMSU) and UAR Transcript/Degree Holds (holds placed to prohibit the release of official transcripts and degrees) will be placed on accounts.
It is recommended that students follow The Payment Plan options covered in each guide to keep on track. Students are encouraged to make a payment on their term charges monthly to avoid being classified as a collection account.
Payment Plan Guides:
Fall 2014 Payment Plan Guide