Email & Norse Key
Please read carefully the LIS Access information provided to you by the Registrar’s Office. Financial Services sends billing information to your Luther email and your statement of account is available on my.luther.edu.
Statement of Account
To access your statement of account, go to http://my.luther.edu/, log in using your Norse Key, and select the Students menu. Then select Web Statement of Account. The statement of account will appear in the same format as the printed statements you are currently receiving. You will be able to view cash receipts as soon as they are processed. Please consult the help screen for more information about the web statement of account. The help screen includes information about the printing or emailing of the statement of account.
On the 10th of each month, a $100 late charge will be assessed on student receivables with an outstanding balance or with pending financial aid. For more information about the $100 late charge, pending financial aid, and unbilled tuition, room, and board, see the Late Charge page.
The Technology Fee
The technology fee provides and enhances access to a wide variety of technologies supporting curricular and residential life for all Luther students. Access to Internet bandwidth, web-based resources, academic computing labs and software, multimedia equipment, and services to support these technologies are all supported through this fee. All students enrolled in 6 or more credit hours will be charged the technology fee, except for itinerant students and high school students enrolled under the postsecondary options act.
Tuition adjustments for students who reduce the number of enrolled credits, but still remain enrolled at Luther:
If a change in enrollment is made on or before the last day to add/change registration, the calculated tuition charge will be based on the actual enrollment on the last day to add/change registration. If a class is dropped after the last day to add/change registration but the student remains enrolled in other classes, no adjustments will be made to the tuition charge.
Refunds for students who withdraw from all courses:
When a student withdraws from all classes during the first 60 percent of the semester, the tuition charged to that student will be adjusted proportionately according to the percentage of the semester completed. Students withdrawing on the first day of the semester will receive a full refund for that semester. See the refund policy for more information.
For students who are charged by the credit hour for the fall or spring semester, students will also be charged by the credit hour for J-Term courses.