• Services Provided

    BankMobile Refund Solutions:

    If you have more financial aid than billable charges, a credit balance is created. HSU uses the Services of BankMobile Disbursements to provide your refund in a quick, simple and fast manner. Contact the HSU Business Office for more information.

    HSU One Card: also known as your HSU ID card.

    Your “One Card” serves as your ID, library card, chapel card, building access card, meal ticket and debit card for Cowboy Cash. You may put up to $200 in Cowboy Cash on your “One Card” to use in the bookstore, snack bar, cafeteria, or Gilbert’s Coffee Shop.

    Cashier Services

    The Cashier window is open 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday and provides the following services:

    • Make student account or other payments by check or cash. All credit card payments must be made using CASHNet.
    • Cash checks:
      • HSU Checks - $175 maximum
      • Personal Checks - $100 maximum
    • Pick up reimbursement check
    • Pick up first time pay checks

    Student Accounts

    Please see the student handbook for the official payment plan details.The Business Office can help answer any questions you may have about your student account balance or payment options. The payment options are as follows:

    Fall and Spring Semesters:

    1. Pay 100% of the balance not covered by financial aid by the Payment Due Date
    2. Enroll in a payment plan on CASHNet and make the first payment by the Payment Due Date

    HSU offers a payment plan, for an enrollment fee of $75, which allows students to pay their outstanding balance with four equal payments. 

    A late fee of $75 will be charged for all payments made more than 5 days after the scheduled payment dates above. Additionally, for outstanding balances past the final payment date, a fee of 1.5% of the outstanding balance per month will be charged.

    There is an Automatic Draft Payment plan option that will draft the selected account on the above dates; however, please be advised that the automatic draft is calculated as a portion of the outstanding balance on the payment date. The payments drafted will change if there is a change in registered classes, financial aid awards, book charges or other charges that are applied to the account.

    May Term, Summer I and Summer II Semesters:

    The full balance not covered by financial aid is due on the Payment Due Dates.

    Method of Payment

    The only method of payment accepted in the Business Office is check or cash. A returned check fee of $30 will be charged on any returned checks. Credit card payments may be made on CASHNet by using MasterCard, Visa, Discover, or American Express.

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