Tuition and Billing
Upcoming Tuition Deadlines
Minimum Payment Criteria must be met by the tuition due date.
- Spring 2021- Minimum due by December 17, 2020
Full payment due (if no Nelnet payment plan) by February 16,2021
- Summer 2021 - Minimum due by May 3, 2021
Full payment due (if no Nelnet payment plan) by June 29,2021
- Fall 2021 - Minimum due date by August 2, 2021
Full payment due (if no Nelnet payment plan) by September 28, 2021
- Spring 2022 - Minimum due date by December 16, 2021
Full payment due (if no Nelnet payment plan) by February 15, 2022
Mid semester courses follow the same tuition due dates. Tuition and fees for courses added after the tuition due date are due at the time of registration.
How Tuition is Calculated
Every year, the Minnesota State Board of Trustees sets the tuition rate at Minnesota State College Southeast. The tuition rate is subject to change without notice. The approximate tuition rate for ALL resident and non-resident students for Spring 2021 is $177.46 per semester credit.
Some programs may have differential tuition costs to offset additional program expenditures.
Fees are in addition to tuition and some courses may have additional lab or instruction costs. Books and course supplies bring additional costs that vary from student to student, semester to semester, depending on program and course selection. Fees are subject to change by the Minnesota State Board of Trustees or MSC Southeast.
Net Price Calculator
The Net Price Calculator is a tool for students and parents to use to get an estimate of what it may cost to attend MSC Southeast. The information you receive from the calculator is an estimate of costs and financial aid. The estimate assumes that you will be a degree seeking undergraduate student enrolled full-time (12 or more credits) in fall and spring semesters.
Estimated Program Costs
You will find the estimated costs for each major offering on the web page that lists the course requirements for that specific degree, diploma, or certificate.