In June, you will receive an email notifying you of your fall semester statement of account available on NorseHub showing your basic charges (for example: tuition and fees) and credits (for example: financial aid awarded). New students will be mailed his/her first semester billing via postal service to home address. All future statements will be sent via email.
In December, you will receive an email notifying you of your spring semester statement.
August 10 - Fall Semester Due Date
January 10 - Spring Semester Due Date
Your statement balance is due at the beginning of each term. Additional incidental charges are billed throughout the month and due the 10th of the following month.
Additional Tuition Charges
If additional charges (for example: music lessons, extra credit hour charges) are incurred during the year, you will receive an email requesting you to review your web statement of account.
Other departments on campus send the Office for Financial Services charges throughout the school-year to charge to student's accounts. These charges may include
Account balances are due on the 10th of the month.
As a courtesy to our students and their authorized users with financial rights, we send email reminders three weeks before a balance is due. These reminders go to the preferred email address on record.
A student who fails to make satisfactory arrangements for payment may have a registration or degree hold imposed and a late fee of $100 will be charged to the student account.
As a courtesy to you and your family, we send notifications throughout the term to students with past due bills who have not made satisfactory arrangements.
If a payment is returned by your bank, we will require a new payment immediately and will charge your student account with a $25 fee. Your bank may also charge you for the returned check.
If you leave or withdraw from Luther, you are still responsible for paying the full amount due on your statement or making satisfactory arrangements with the Office for Financial Services. A transcript hold and diploma hold are placed on accounts that have a balance due. The balance due must be paid in full before a hold will be released.