While viewing your “On Demand Statement,” you may see different fines or late charges. Some of those fines include parking or library charges for a lost book. Various colleges also have late/breakage fines, and you can incur Res Hall room damage. The amount of the fine varies and is dependent on severity or damage.
Student Health Insurance
Students can enroll in coverage for the Fall or Spring/Summer semesters. Please view our Resources page and click on “Anthem Student Health Insurance” for additional information and how to enroll.
Depending on your program or classes enrolled in, you may be assessed additional fees. Those fees are listed below with cost broken down as a flat rate or per semester basis.
Fees for the 23-24 Academic Year
|Grad Examination||Per Semester||$500.00|
|International Student Insurance – Fall||Per Semester||$1,069.00|
|International Student Insurance – Spring/Summer||Per Semester||$1,485.00|
|International Student Services Fee *||Per Semester||$159.00|
|Law Exam Class Material||Fall Only||$30.00|
|Senior Citizen||Flat Rate||$25.00|
|Sponsored Student Program Fee**||Per Semester||$500.00|
|Study Abroad Administration Fee (Domestic Programs)||Per Semester||$100.00|
|Study Abroad Administration Fee (Partner, Non-MU, and Non-Exchange Programs)||Per Semester||$670.00|
|Study Abroad Administration Fee (Faculty Led Program)||Per Semester||$520.00|
|Study Abroad Administration Fee (Departmental)||Per Semester||$245.00|
|Study Abroad Administration Fee (Exchange Programs)||Per Semester||$1,170.00|
* The International Student Services fee is assessed to all F-1 and J-1 visa status students enrolled for at least one credit hour. The fee supports University compliance with the federally mandated Student Exchange Visitor Program and Information System and includes advising, document processing, and communications to international students.
This includes the immigration support services to MU international students, e.g. initial issuance of F/J visa certificates, advising services, and processing of required documentation such as extensions, change of levels, practical training, travel signatures, reduction in course load, change of status, reinstatement, social security letters, drivers license letters, and legal and training resources for ISSS staff. The fee also supports our advocacy and outreach efforts in support of international students.
**For more information about the Sponsored Student Program fee, please visit the International Center’s website.
The University may elect to allow certain auxiliary services and campus departments to add charges to the student account for billing and payment purposes. Any charges added to the student account for benefit of a department become subject to the policies of the Cashiers Office. In addition, certain financial holds will prohibit a student from being able to utilize the student charging privilege.
For information about programs and pricing contact the International Center at 573-882-6007. If you know the department your program is through, you may contact them directly using the contacts below.
- College of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources (CAFNR) – Shanon Dickerson – email@example.com, 573-882-0087
- School of Journalism – Ann Harris – firstname.lastname@example.org, 573-882-7934
- Trulaske College of Business and International Trade Center Internships – Kimberly Hoff– email@example.com, 573-884-5312
Fees are subject to change at any time without advance notice.