The business office processes tuition billing, payments and student refunds. We strive to provide exceptional service while maintaining accurate information on your student account. 

Tuition, room and board (if applicable), fees and financial aid will appear on your bill each semester. For main campus students, we charge a specific full-time price based on 12-18 credit hours per semester. Rates for main campus part-time students, students in the grad program, and College of Graduate and Professional Studies students are based on a per credit hour charge. Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) students are charged a specific price each semester base on the three-year program.

Fall and Spring Tuition Refund Schedule
(Main Campus, MPAS and DPT)

Week 1: 100%
Weeks 2 and 3: 50%
Week 4 and beyond: 0%

Room and Board

Week 1: Prorated at $50/day
Week 2 and 3: 50%
Week 4 and beyond: 0%

Summer Tuition Refund Schedule

Week 1: 100%
Week 2 and beyond: 0%

Tuition Refund Schedule (College of Graduate and Professional Studies)

Week 1: 100%
Week 2 and beyond: 0%


Go to myPortal to access information regarding your student account (current or revised bills, account histories, etc.) and more! The 1098-T tax forms are also available on myPortal each year by the January 31 deadline. These forms are NOT mailed out, so you must log onto myPortal to access it.

To view and/or print the 1098-T tax form:

  • Current Students:
    • Login to myPortal
    • Click on the Student tab
    • Click on 1098-T Form Printing (located on the left-hand side)
  • Alumni or Former Students:
    • Login to myPortal
    • Click on the Alumni tab
    • Click on 1098-T Form Printing (located on the left-hand side)

*If you have problems logging into myPortal, please contact the Help Desk at 260.665.4275.

Billing Rights and Responsibilities

The business office requires all students to follow guidelines and policies. These are printed in the university catalog, student handbook and are all listed on myPortal

Dropping or adding courses may result in a change in the total amount due for the semester. Once a student has enrolled in classes, the University assumes that he/she is attending. The student is responsible for completing the drop/add/withdrawal form that is available in the registrar's office. Check the refund schedule for important dates. The international fee is non-refundable.

Please Note: If a student receiving federal financial aid withdraws during the semester, that aid is subject to the federal refund calculation. Funds may have to be returned. The student accepts financial responsibility for all charges incurred on his/her account.

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