Navigate the ProcessesPage address: http://www.mnsu.edu/campushub/processes/
Applying for Financial Aid means applying for loans, grants, scholarships and work-study. All students are encourage to apply for financial aid. The sooner you do after January 1st of each year, the better availability of funds.
The Student Response Form is used to accept or decline certain types of financial aid you have been awarded (work-study and/or loans) and to inform the University about other financial resources you have available (scholarships, third-party funds, etc.). Follow the Student Response process to read about terms and conditions of financial aid programs, submit an online Response Form, and complete additional required application or acceptance steps.
Students enrolled in courses must meet tuition & fee payment criteria, by the published due dates, or they will be dropped from all registered courses. Non-attendance does not terminate or excuse payment obligations.
There are a variety of ways to pay for your tuition and fees, room and board and other charges that you have at the University.
Academic and financial considerations vary depending on when you drop or add classes. Dropping a course or courses is different than Official Withdrawal.
Official Withdrawal is defined as terminating enrollment in all registered courses for an academic semester at Minnesota State University, Mankato. Learn more about the financial and academic considerations of this decision.