Paying Your Semester Bill
You have three options to choose from when paying your semester bill.
Shippensburg University offers two online payment options. You can pay using a credit card or an electronic check through our online processor, Official Payments. Official Payments accepts MasterCard, Discover, American Express and Visa. Online credit card payments include a 2.49% non-refundable service fee. There is no additional charge to pay by electronic check.
To make an online payment, log in at myShip with your Ship email and password. Paying online is the fastest way to pay your bill by the due date. If you pay with a credit card, you will see two transactions on your credit card statement, one for the tuition/fee payment to Shippensburg University and the other for the 2.49% service fee to Official Payments. Depending on your bank, the service fee description on your credit card statement will be similar to “OPC COL*SERVICE FEE”.
A debit card will be processed as a credit card. If you would like to make payment directly from your bank account, you should choose the "Bank Account" option and pay with electronic check.
Directions on making online payments and accepting your charges by clearing your bill if no charges are due.
Pay by Mail
Students who want to send payments by mail may do so by sending a check or money order along with the bill to the Student Accounts Office. Checks are to be made payable to Shippensburg University. Payment must be in U.S. dollars and drawn on a U. S. bank. Postdated checks should not be submitted.
Pay in Person
Check, money order and cash payments may be made in person at the Student Accounts Office in Old Main 100, weekdays between the hours of 8:00a.m. and 4:30 p.m.. During the summer months and semester breaks the office closes at 4:00 PM. The university cannot accept credit or debit cards in person, by mail, or over the phone for tuition payments.
Accounts -- No student shall be enrolled, receive a diploma, or receive
a transcript until all previous accounts have been paid. Accounts
for 90 days are turned over to the Pennsylvania Attorney General for