The Student Service Center is a convenient location for most everything a student needs in regard to administrative processes at NMU. Services available include:

  • drop/add classes
  • pick up/ drop-off student loan deferment forms and other financial aid documents
  • request verification of enrollment
  • register for classes
  • change address/name/marital status
  • request privacy restrictions
  • pay tuition, fees, and other charges
  • request transcripts
  • get answers to financial aid questions
  • review student account

Key Dates

Fall Semester 2022

Fall tuition bills and payment plans on Ebill - July 22, Friday 


Fall tuition due - August 19, Friday


First official day of classes - August 29, Monday


Labor Day observance—no classes - September 5, Monday


Thanksgiving recess begins at 5 p.m. - November 19, Saturday


Classes resume - November 28, Monday


Last day of classes - December 10, Saturday


Examination period - December 12-17, Mon-Sat


Commencement - December 17, Saturday


Final grades due from faculty - December 20, Tuesday 

Key Dates

Winter Semester 2023

Winter tuition bills and payment plans on Ebill - tentative - December 16, 2022 


Winter tuition due - Monday, January 9, 2023


Martin Luther King Day observance -- no classes, Monday, January 16, 2023


First official day of classes - Tuesday, January 17, 2023


Midsemester recess begins at 5:00 pm, Saturday, March 4, 2023


Classes resume - Monday, March 13, 2023


Last day of classes - Saturday, April 29, 2023


Examination period - Monday - Saturday, May 1-6, 2023


Commencement - Saturday, May 6, 2023


Final grades due from faculty - Tuesday, May 9, 2023 

Payment Plans

Northern Michigan University offers two payment plan options to assist students in paying tuition, fees, and housing charges by the required due dates: Easy Pay Plan and Deferral Payment Plan. 

FAFSA Deadline

March 1 is the suggested due date for the submission of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Even though there is no official deadline at the federal level to apply for aid, students applying for aid through the State of Michigan must submit their FAFSA by March 1 to remain eligible for state aid.


NMU does not send paper bills. Instead, bills can be viewed and paid electronically on E-Bill. Parents can access E-Bill after a student has granted them access as an authorized user. Choose a link to access E-Bill.

  • Current Students: via MyNMU
  • Former Students: via MyNMU
  • Parents: via E-Bill authorized user login

Contact Information

2201 C.B. Hedgcock

Main 906-227-1221

Fax 906-227-1331