Business Office

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Billing Information

All students are billed on a semester-by-semester basis with charges applied to their accounts one month before classes start. Access billing statements via the WebAdvisor account. Students also receive statements by mail in July for the fall semester and December for the spring semester.

Full payment for each term is due by 5 p.m. on the Friday of the first week of classes, unless students have established a payment plan with the Business Office. Summer payment deadlines may vary by start date, so please check with the Business Office. A $250 late fee is assessed on accounts not paid in full unless there is a payment plan in place by the deadline. An 18 percent per annum finance charge will be applied to unpaid accounts.

Mount Marty College does not issue degrees, grades, transcripts, employment placement credentials or statements of withdrawal until all accounts are paid in full, and all loans are in good standing. You may not register for classes if you have an unpaid balance.

Please contact the Business Office at (605) 668-1575 with questions or concerns.

Payment Information

Credit Card Payment

You may pay your bill online with a credit card (VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express are accepted) through your WebAdvisor account. To make a credit card payment by telephone, please contact the Business Office at (605) 668-1575.

Check or Cash Payment

You can make payments in person with a check or cash, or you can mail payments to:
Mount Marty College
Business Office, Bede Hall 211
1105 W. Eighth St.
Yankton, SD 57078-3724 

You can also pay tuition in equal payments throughout each semester. A business office representative will determine your payment amount by:

  • Estimating the total cost by adding tuition, room, board and fees.
  • Subtracting the financial aid allocated in federal grants, federal loans, Mount Marty college grants and scholarships and state grants according to the financial assistance award notice. The difference is your estimated cost.
  • Dividing the estimated cost into three equal payments over the semester.
  • Making equal monthly payments before the first of each month.

If your payment plan remains current, you will be allowed to register for the next semester. If your plan is not paid in full by the end of the term, registration will be dropped. If your plan is delinquent, you will not be allowed to register, a hold will be placed on your account and late charges (a one-time fee of $250 and an 18 percent per annum finance charge) will be assessed.

You must sign the payment plan in the business office and are expected to read and become familiar with its terms. 

If a third party is helping you with payments, you must notify the Business Office by the first week of classes.