Payment Plans and Deadlines

Tuition and Fee Payment Dates

Deadline - due by 3:30 p.m.
Financial Aid Verification Initial Opening Date
Spring 2023
January 24, 2023
December 26, 2022
Summer 2022
June 7, 2022
May 19, 2022
Fall 2022
August 29, 2022
July 29, 2022

* Summer tuition deadlines are based on the fee payment schedule in most cases.  If the class starts prior to fees being due then the tuition is required before the first day of class.

For tuition and fee payment information see the following link: 

Financial Aid

Students can apply for financial assistance (i.e. grants, scholarships, or student loans). Visit Financial Assistance web site at


Students are required to access GUS on-line to verify their enrollment in order to have their financial aid applied to their accounts.  This verification must be completed for EACH new semester.  Students will access the web site   Click on GUS.  Enter your GUS ID and PIN #.  If you do not have a GUS ID and PIN #, click on Forgot GusPIN/Password and a GUS Pin will be emailed to you.  Through this process, students will verify the classes in which they have enrolled.  All University charges are required to be paid in full before financial aid refunds will be disbursed to the student.  If a student has any academic holds, this will also be noted on the web site.  Please note that students with a University HOLD on their records will be required to either have the hold removed or obtain permission from the applicable University department.  Students may verify their enrollment for the current term via GUS at Verification of Enrollment for Distribution of Funds. See top of page for dates when this verification page becomes available.  Students must maintain all financial assistance and University requirements (i.e. no academic holds, enrolled in the number of hours in which aid was based) to insure that their financial aid is available at the beginning of the semester.  

Students who pay tuition and fees by a sponsorship (3rd party payment, vocational rehabilitation, military service benefits, foreign embassy, Indian tribe, etc.) must report to the Office of Cashiers and Student Accounts, Room 112 Horace Mann, to authorize the release of their student financial records to their third party payer. This allows us to bill the third party for the tuition and fees.  Failure to report to the Cashiers and Student Account Office before the tuition payment deadline will result in cancellation of your enrollment.

If you have any questions, please call the Office of Cashiers and Student Accounts at 620-235-4092.


Tuition and Fees must be paid by 3:30 p.m. on the tuition payment deadline date. Students who fail to pay their tuition and  fees by the due date will have their enrollment cancelled.  Students enrolling or re-enrolling beginning the day after the tuition deadline  will be charged a late fee penalty of $50.00.

Students will be charged a $30.00 fee for returned checks.



Addresses and other demographic information can be changed by you through GUS. After logging into GUS, click on "Personal Information" then "Demographics". You may choose to have your address and/or phone number unlisted on the “on-line directory” under “Directory Preferences” in GUS.


If you have early-enrolled, but have decided you will not attend Pittsburg State University this fall, please call the Registrar’s Office (620-235-4200) and indicate you wish to withdraw from all semester classes.  We will cancel your enrollment and release your classes for use by other students.


The entire campus is zoned for permit parking.  Zone permits may be obtained at the University Police and Public Safety Services Office in Shirk Hall. 


Housing fees are available online along with your tuition and fees.  The same methods of payment will be available for housing contracts.


Important Tax Information

The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 offers several educational tax benefits for students to consider.  Taxpayers with qualifying tuition and related expenses may claim this benefit for themselves and their dependent children.

The Pittsburg State University Office of Cashiers and Student Accounts is required to report students who are attending at least half-time, and those students in a graduate program at PSU, to the Internal Revenue Service.

In January 2017, the Office of Cashiers and Student Accounts will mail the 1098-T (Tuition Payments Statement) with a detailed listing of all tuition, fee and related payment information, to each student who paid tuition at PSU in 2016 and requested a mailed copy.  Students may also login to GUS and print off their own statement after the Cashiers Office has made that information available.


In accordance with federal regulations set forth by The Higher Education Act of 1965 (amended in 1998), a summary of consumer information must be made available to all students at Pittsburg State University.  The information is available at  If you need assistance obtaining information listed or would like a paper copy, contact the Office of Student Financial Assistance, 103 Horace Mann, (620-235-4240) or visit them on the web at