- Accounts Receivable
- Accounts Receivable
- Accounts Payable
- One Card
Frequently Asked Questions
- When are bills sent out?
- How can I calculate how much I owe after financial aid?
- Where do I send my payments?
- What are the cashier's hours?
- Does the College accept credit cards?
- How are advance payments handled?
- How are housing deposits handled?
- Am I able to cash personal checks at the College?
- What happens when I have a credit on my account?
Accounts receivable now has billing available via the portal, no bills are mailed out. The bills are available for viewing and payment, for the fall semester on July 1st and for the spring semester the 3rd week in November.
The amount shown due on your semester statement is the total of all charges and credits applied to your account at the time of billing. This amount may not be the final amount you need to pay. If loans are part of your financial aid package, they will not appear on your bill. To determine how much you will owe, complete the Payment-Due Worksheet.
All checks are to be mailed to:
St. Mary's College of Maryland
ATTN: Cashier, Glendening Hall
18952 E. Fisher Road, St. Mary's City, MD 20686
Please include student's name and ID number on all checks being mailed.
The cashier's hours are 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. A payment drop box is also available in the Glendening Hall lobby from 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The college accepts MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club and Discover credit card payments via the student's Portal account for tuition and fees. and one card deposits. The college cashier accepts payment for new student's Housing Prepaid Deposits, and Tuition Prepaid Deposits only.
All candidates, regardless of their admission options, are required to make a non-refundable deposit of $500 to confirm the acceptance of an admission offer. The advance payment is applied as a credit on the first-semester bill from the College.
Students living on-campus are required to make advance payment for housing. The advance payment is a pre-payment during the spring semester of $200 to reserve housing. This payment is applied to the student's account in the fall.
Students may cash checks up to $25 each at the St. Mary's Campus Store. There is a $2 fee for this service. Old Line Bank also has two limited-purpose ATMs (automated teller machine) on campus, one located at the Library and one in Lewis Quad.
If a credit balance exists on a student's account, this means that the student has paid excess funds to the College. If the excess results from federal aid monies paid to the College, we will automatically mail the student a refund to the current address on file.
For all other excess fund or credit balance situations, the student must complete a Refund Request Form. Graduating students, with a credit balance on their account, will receive a refund automatically.