How Do I Make a Housing Deposit to My Student Account?
Deposits can be made online on Touchnet (https://www.mville.edu/myaccount). Please select the Deposit tab on top and select the correct deposit that you would like to make a payment. Please also make sure the correct term is selected.
Payments can be made by card and electronic check (ACH) on Touchnet: https://www.mville.edu/myaccount. Authorized users must first be given access by the student to sign on to Touchnet.
When Will I Receive My Bill?
Statements are sent monthly as e-bills if there is a balance on the student’s account. Please note: No paper bills will be issued.
How Can I Access My 1098-T Form?
1098-T forms can be accessed by students on WebAdvisor. Please click on the link that says View My 1098-T Forms under the Financial Information section to access your current and past 1098-T forms.
What is the Financial Responsibility Agreement and Where Can I Sign It?
As of April 2020, all students will be required to sign the Financial Responsibility Agreement on Student Planning prior to registration each semester. This agreement highlights all the financial responsibilities that students will have once they register for the academic term. Students are required to sign the agreement before registration can be completed. Failure to sign the agreement will prevent registration and show as a block on the student's account. The block will be removed once the agreement is signed.
To access the agreement, students need to sign on to Student Planning, and click on Required Agreements under their User Profile. The Financial Responsibility Agreement can be viewed from here and can then be signed and submitted. Students only need to sign the agreement for the term they are registering for.
What is the Comprehensive Fee?
The comprehensive fee is charged to all undergraduate students and covers all the resources available to students such as registration, student activities, the library, gym, common areas, health services and orientation.
How Can I Waive the Student Health Insurance Charge on My Bill?
Please use the following link to access Aetna’s website: https://www.mville.edu/aetna-student-health. Towards the middle of the page, there is a button that says Enroll/Waive. In order to log in to the waiver, you must indicate if you are a domestic or international student, enter your student ID number, and your date of birth. Once you are logged in, you may enter the information found on your personal insurance card. Please allow up to ten business days for the insurance charge to be removed from your bill once the waiver is completed.
*International students are required to keep the student health insurance charged by the College.*
Do I Have to Waive the Health Insurance Every Year?
Yes, all full time undergraduate students (enrolled in 12 or more credit hours) are required to have health insurance coverage, and each year student health insurance is charged to the student’s account. Waivers are available online starting in July.
When are tuition payments due?
The following is the payment schedule for full time Undergraduate students:
Fall semester payments are due on or before July 1 for returning students, and on or before August 1 for first year students and first year transfer students.
Spring semester payment is due on or before December 1.
The following is the payment schedule for summer 2022:
22S1 payment due by 05/27/22 22SUM payment due by 05/27/22 22S2 payment due by 06/10/22
The following is the payment schedule for Part-Time Undergraduate, Graduate and Doctoral students for fall 2022:
22FA payment due 08/01/22
Winter 2023 session payments are due by 12/16/22.
The following is the schedule for Part-Time Undergraduate, Graduate and Doctoral spring 2023:
23SP payment due 01/13/23
What is FERPA?
“The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education. FERPA gives parents certain rights with respect to their children's education records. These rights transfer to the student when he or she reaches the age of 18 or attends a school beyond the high school level.” For more information please visit https://www2.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/fpco/ferpa/index.html.
If a student wishes to grant parents or guardians access to their academic records, they may do so on Webadvisor. Once signed in to the student menu, the link Maintain FERPA Information can be found under Academic Profile.