In order to continue to offer the secure convenience of credit card payments as an option, Mansfield University has contracted with Official Payments to process credit card payments online through WebAdvisor.
Before making payment for tuition and fees, please view the payment option information provided below.
You may also make payment with a check or money order payable to Mansfield University. Mail your payment to:
Note: Please do not mail cash, debit or credit card information. Cash payments can be made at the Student Accounts window located at 224 South Hall.
Payment Option 1: Payment in full for the total balance due by the initial payment due date. The payment must be received by the initial payment due date to avoid a $50 deferred fee.
Initial payment due date: January 6, 2017
Payment Option 2: The deferred payment plan requires the student to pay at least half of the total balance by the initial due date. The remaining half of the balance due, plus a $50 deferred fee, is then required to be paid by the deferred payment due date.
Deferred payment plan due date: March 1, 2017
Note: Late fees will be assessed monthly for unpaid balances after the deferred payment due date
Students will receive an email via their MU email informing them when the bill will be ready to view. We no longer mail hard copy bills.
The online Mansfield Bookstore website will be available on tentatively, Tuesday, January 3, 2017 for students to estimate/purchase Spring 2017 (2017) textbooks. The bookstore/cash advance option will be live on Tuesday, January 3, 2017.
If you have a credit balance that was created by a registration change, dorm/dining change or overpayment, and do not plan to register for a future semester, you can request your credit balance by emailing Chris Walls at email@example.com.
Mansfield University is partnering with ECSI (Educational Computer Systems, Inc.) to provide the 2016 1098-T tax forms to Mansfield University students.
All 1098-T forms will be mailed no later than January 31st per federal regulations directly from ECSI. If you have not received your form by then and cannot access the form online after that date, please contact ECSI (866-428-1098) to assist you.
The forms can also be accessed on borrower.ecsi.net using your login from last year. If you are a new student to ECSI, you will be provided with a login, which can be obtained by the directions under Tax Info area or on the new form itself when it arrives.
To log into the site, the school code is 25. Then click on "Need help logging in?". This will ask for basic information about the student and then will give you the account number and Pin/Password.
Neither Mansfield University nor ECSI can answer your tax questions; you must contact your tax professional.