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Student Accounts

The Office of Student Accounts is here to advise and support your student and your family in understanding and meeting your financial obligations to Husson University. 

In accordance with Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) we do not discuss with any family information specific to student’s bill or account balance without the receipt of a written consent by the student (FERPA release waiver).

We’re happy to answer questions regarding tuition and costs or other general questions relating to tuition bills not specific to a student.

  • All account balances (tuition, fees, room & board, etc.) minus any pending financial aid are due in full by January 16, 2023 for the Spring semester and July 18, 2022*. for the Fall semester.
  • The statement of account is in the student’s name and the student is financially responsible for the bill.
  • Payment options – online, in person or by phone:
  • Cash
  • Check/Money Order: include student name and ID number
  • College Savings/529 Plans
  • Debit/Credit: Visa, Mastercard®, American Express, Discover


* A late fee of $100 is applied to accounts for payments not received by the financial clearance deadline.

Your student will be able to view account activity online in their student portal


The student portal allows your student to:

  • Upload important documents
  • Upload Immunization Records
  • Process insurance waiver
  • View billing statements
  • Make payments


Our IT Help Desk can assist your student with any problems related to accessing their account. 207.973.1000.


Outside scholarships are posted on to the student account once money has been received.


  • If you have an outside scholarship, please upload proof to the Financial Aid Office via your student portal.

Upload Instructions:

Navigate to “Uploads” on the menu

Select “Upload documents to Financial Aid” and follow the prompts

  • If the scholarship(s) should be considered when determining the balance on your student’s account, please notify our office so we can note your account accordingly.

An interest-free payment plan option is available to all students through Nelnet. This option allows students and families to break down the semester balance into 4 or 5 monthly payments.


All full-time Husson students are required to have health insurance. The cost for the Husson University Student Health Insurance Plan is automatically added to your students bill unless a waiver has been completed.


  • If you have insurance coverage and wish to waive the Student Health Insurance Plan, complete the waiver here:
  • Those students who do not waive the insurance plan by the deadline, (by Add/Drop), will be automatically enrolled in and charged for the Husson University Student Insurance Plan. Once enrolled, a student may not cancel the insurance and no refund is available. Coverage continues until the policy expires.
  • The health insurance waiver must be completed every year.

If your student intends to be a resident and housing charges are not reflected on the current statement, please make sure you budget accordingly for housing placements and charges.

  • Bookstore Purchases
    • If a financial aid award is over the cost of tuition, fees and room & board, a student can charge their account for books and supplies at the bookstore through the add/drop period. The bookstore will directly process the purchase using any credit on available on the account. There is no need to visit the Office of Student Accounts first.
    • Books, course materials and Husson gear are available in the Mary McDonald Bookstore or online at
    • Rent-a-text information can be found here:
  • Course Material Fees may not be reflected on the initial billing statement. Please check the student portal billing ledger for updates.

Financial aid is disbursed to your student’s account within the first week of classes. If a credit occurs, a refund will automatically be processed after add/drop.

Students should establish their refund preference. Husson University delivers your refund with
BankMobile Disbursements, a technology solution, powered by BMTX, Inc. Visit this link for more

Note: If the over-payment is the result of a payment made by a third party, the refund will be issued to the third-party payer regardless of the refund preference the student has established. A thorough review of the student account is made and all financial aid must be considered when determining who will receive the refund.

This information answers some of the most frequently asked questions, but please don't hesitate to reach out to us if you need further assistance.

For more information

Phone and Email Address
Student Accounts Student Accounts

1st Floor O'Donnell Commons
1 College Circle
Bangor, Maine 04401