Paying your bill
Tuition and fee schedule: - http://www.ship.edu/Student_Accounts/Tuition_and_Fees/ for MBA Professional and Emerging Leader Cohort Programs. http://www.ship.edu/Online/ for MBA Online Program. The pricing on this site will be updated in late July to reflect any increases for the upcoming year.
For Payment please go to http://info.ship.edu/, then under the STUDENT column, click on “myShip”, log in with your normal email credentials, at the top you will see another STUDENT tab, put cursor over that and click on MY ACADEMICS, under MY STUDENT RESOURCES block, click on CAMPUS INFORMATION SYSTEM, click on STUDENT tab, then click, on STUDENT ACCOUNTS, then on ACCOUNT SUMMARY BY TERM OR STATEMENT AND PAYMENT HISTORY. Here you can print off and mail in with check on pay online with an additional 2% fee.
There is one primary billing cycle in a semester. This cycle starts when you register. You will be sent an email that tells you when your bill is due. After that deadline, any classes that you register for you will need to pay your bill immediately after registering by going into Self-Service Banner as described above or by calling the Registrar’s office at 717-477-1211. If you are dropped from the schedule for any reason you will need to call Student Accounts and make a payment before you will be registered. See Student Accounts link for additional information on Billing/Payment/Refund Schedules http://www.ship.edu/Student_Accounts/
Billing questions? Call 717-477-1211 or email: email@example.com. Paper bills are not mailed to you. You must check this information through Self-Service Banner. You will receive reminder emails to pay your bill if you registered far enough in advance, but if you register after the first payment deadline, which is usually a month before class starts, you may not receive any notification. In this situation, you must check Student Accounts under Self Service Banner periodically for when a statement is posted.
Tuition Deferment for Employer Reimbursement
The Student Accounts Office has a new form for students who want to request a tuition deferment due to employer reimbursement. In the past, Ship has granted these on a case-by-case basis and issued promissory notes. Because of the increasing number of requests, we are now standardizing the process and making it available to all students who receive reimbursement from their employers. To be eligible, a student must remain in good financial standing with the university and secure certification from the employer. The form is available on the Student Accounts web page at: http://www.ship.edu/Student_Accounts/Forms/
If you have any questions, please contact the Student Accounts Office at 717-477-1211 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.