Frequently Asked Questions

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How and where can I pay my fees?

  • Via the web: by Web Check, & UTM accepts Discover, Master Card, and Visa.
  • By mail: Confirmation of Enrollment and payment must be received in the Bursar's Office before the deadline. Please DO NOT send cash payments in the mail , and allow for mail time.
  • At the Bursar's Office (1st floor Administration Bldg.): Cash and Check payments only

Is there a payment plan?

Yes, currently, UTM has one payment plan.


[(current term charges-financial aid)/4] +($30) +prior term charges = Amount Due by deadline. The first payment is due when the payment plan is created. The due dates for Fall are September 15, October 15, and November 16.


What if financial aid and/or scholarships pay 100% of my fees?

  • Via the web
  • By calling the Bursar's Office at (731) 881-7810

What happens if I forget to pay my fees by the deadline?

It is the student's responsibility to complete the registration process by paying all fees.


If you fail to pay your fees by the deadline, your class schedule will be dropped and you will need to register again. There is no guarantee you will be able to get the same classes. Your fees are then due immediately or they will be dropped again.


What is my amount due?

Your online Banner Account will have the most current student balance.


Monthly statements are emailed (or mailed)


How do I get information about my account?

Check your student email account for important updates and reminders.


You can view your account on Banner Self-Service.


When will I get my refund?

Refunds are issued when a student has a negative amount due on their account. Every week the Bursar's Office will process refunds. You will receive an email from our office the day we process refunds.


I am thinking about taking classes in the summer school session. How much does it cost?

Summer courses fall under the same tuition and fee schedule as Fall and Spring Courses.

Please refer to the "Fee Chart" for costs.


I want to take online classes. Is there any additional charge?

It depends. If you are enrolled full time (12 hours or more) onsite and then register for an online course your fees would be similar to Example 1. If you are enrolled less than full time onsite and register for an online course, your fees would be similar to Example 2. Online courses do not have a per hour cap, meaning that there is a cost for every hour that you are enrolled.


Example 1

    • Tuition and Fees for Full Time Onsite Courses: $4,163.00
    • Tuition and Fees for 3 hour Online Course: $1,032.00
    • Total Tuition Charged: $5,195.00

Example 2

    • Tuition and Fees for 9 hours of Onsite Courses: $3,123.00
    • Tuition and Fees for 3 hour Online Course: $1,032.00
    • Total Tuition Charged: $4,155.00



Is financial aid available in the summer to pay for courses?

You may be eligible for…

    • Loans, If you have any remaining eligibility for the aid year and must take 6 hours minimum—(they did not take the maximum amount fall and/or spring) 
    • Pell, if you have any remaining eligibility for the aid year (were not a full-time student for both fall and spring) 
    • Lottery—if you are Lottery eligible and were admitted 2009 or after (must take 6 hours minimum)
    • You may be able to take classes at another school through a consortium agreement

Please contact the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office at 731-881-7040 or for additional information.





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