Charges for tuition, fees and any other costs will be invoiced to a student’s account the day following the add/drop date. All financial aid received from Luther, (grants, scholarships, and loans) will then be applied to a student’s account the day after charges have been assessed. For those students receiving federal loans, an email will be sent to each student advising when the funds have been posted and providing instructions on the next step to take.
If a student is eligible for distribution (refund) of overage funds, s/he must make arrangements with the Business Office to receive the funds. A resident student must visit the Business Office in person. An intern or DL student can contact the Business Office via email.
Students may request the Business Office withhold funds for future charges to be made against a student account, (ex. on campus rent). This can be accomplished by completing an Authorization form (click here) to be obtained from the Business Office. Students must contact the Business Office within 10 days of the date of the email. Failure to contact the Business Office within 10 days will result in a check for all overage funds being issued to the student on the 11th day and mailed to the address on record. In this instance, no funds will be withheld for future charges.
2012-2013 distribution dates of funds are September 24, 2012 and February 25, 2013.
In order to register for classes for the next term, a student account must reflect a zero balance. As soon as charges and payments are applied to accounts as noted above, holds will be placed on accounts with an outstanding balance and students will be notified via email. A student is to assume the responsibility to ensure there is not an outstanding balance on their account before registration occurs. To view your student account and learn how to pay your account online, login to MyLuthernet, click on Resources, click on Helpful links, and then click on My Bill Pay.
Textbooks cannot be purchased at the Luther Seminary bookstore; all purchases must be done online. Books may be purchased at http://luthersem.textboox.com, amazon or other sites. You are expected to pay for these books in advance of class, using personal resources. If receiving financial aid, the reimbursement for these books will be part of the overage of funds distributed on the above dates. No book vouchers are available and you will not be able to charge against your student account.