The mission of the Student Accounts Office is to provide excellent service for our students, staff, and faculty, while maintaining internal controls that ensure financial transactions are accurately processed and proper records are maintained.
We look forward to seeing you at Mason, whether in person or virtually, and are here to assist where we can. If you need assistance related to a Student Accounts Office question (tuition/fee charges, payment information, 1098-T), your first stop is the Mason Student Services Center. The MSSC team is cross trained to provide help to new and continuing students on matters related to billing, as well as registration, enrollment, financial aid, academic records and other student support services.
MSSC services are available on both a walk-up and virtual basis. For more information, please select how you would like to be serviced below:
The Cashier’s Office is no longer accepting cash payments. Students are encouraged to make payment online through our Bill & Payment System. For those not able to make payment online, please visit here for additional payment method options.
All semester bills will be provided electronically. Monitor your Masonlive email account for notices regarding eBills, which will be available through the Bill and Payment System. Students must check Patriot Web for balance due, verify registration, and pay through Bill+Payment by the due date listed.
Students are responsible for dropping classes that they do not plan to complete by the due date. Tuition liability may apply.
Spring 2023 Payment Due Date:
January 23, 2023
Registration on or after
January 23, 2023:
Due within 5 business days
Important for credit card payers: Please ensure that your credit card payments do not exceed your transaction limit. If you receive the warning ‘A system error occurred, please try again later’ message, do NOT reattempt the transaction until you contact your financial institution.
Tuition rates are available in the Tuition & Fees tab.
Use Bill+Payment to make payments, view your payment history, provide permission for others to view your bill and make payments, view and print your billing statement, and enroll in a payment plan so you can pay your balance in installments. Click the following link for additional information.
Want your refund faster? Follow these five easy steps to sign up for direct deposit.