Welcome to Massachusetts Maritime Academy Business Office Page. We are located on the second floor of the Harrington Building. To learn more about the Business Office and its functions, click on the “About Us” link.
Expecting a Refund?For information, click here or the E-Refund link on the right side of this page. View a demo.
Important Insurance Information: Students enrolled for nine credits or more are required by state law to have health insurance coverage.
Spring 4Cs and readmit students that need the student health insurance must fill out an online enrollment form to ensure prompt coverage for the 2014 spring term (form available now!) for coverage beginning 1 January.
Students who have comparable coverage may elect to decline the student insurance by completing and submitting an online waiver (available now!). This must be done each spring for all students registered for the coming fall term. The charge will only be removed when and if the online waiver form is successfully submitted.
Any student who fails to submit the appropriate form will be placed on registration hold.
If you have a loss of coverage you will need to complete and submit an enrollment form (link below) with the required documentation to University Health Plans within 30 days of the qualifying event (loss of coverage). Failure to follow these required steps may render you ineligible for the student insurance plan.
Spring 2014 bills have been posted. Term bills are always due 30 days before the start of the term, so payment for spring term 2014 is due by Monday, 3 February 2014. Payment, payment plan, or certified financial aid must be in place by that date to avoid late fees. Once payment is made it is the students responsibility to be aware of any fee increases that may result from changes to course registration, residency status, or program. Also, students who drop courses may fall below the minimum credit threshold and may have their financial aid decreased.
Please note: Students are responsible for any additional charges incurred subsequent to payment. For example, a student may register and pay at a part time credit load and subsequently add courses, or may register and pay and switch to a program that incurs the term based lab fee (FENV, MTRA or MENG). That student would owe those additional fees at the time the change occurs, and would need to ensure payment is made by the due date to avoid late fees or restrictions.
Bills may be paid online through the e-billing portal on the business office page (link for ACH or Credit Card payment is on left hand side of this page), through the mail, or in person. Due to audit requirements we DO NOT take credit card or other payments over the phone.
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