An an organization has agreed to pay all or a portion of a student's tuition, books and/or fees. The University will bill the organization directly and the approved costs will be deferred from the students account.
Any student who is sponsored by a Third Party must submit a letter of authorization or tuition assistance voucher on the company or organization's letterhead. If for any reason your voucher/letter is submitted late, all appropriate penalties will be applied. Any portion not covered by a Third Party is the student's responsibility to pay by the semester due dates. The authorization and/or voucher should include:
Vouchers can be delivered to Student Accounts in room 2005 of the Administration building, emailed to email@example.com, faxed to 734-432-5344 or mailed:
Attn: Third Party Specialist
36600 Schoolcraft Rd
Livonia, MI 48150
For Continuing Education and Professional Studies courses, the letter is required at the time of registration.
All vouchers that require a student signature must have the signature at the time the voucher is submitted. Any unsigned vouchers will not be considered payment until it has been signed.
In order to avoid any fees, send in your approval before the first tuition due date of the semester. If approval is received after the due date, the student is responsible for any deferred payment or late fees.
It depends on your Third Party. Some will pay for books and supplies. For those that do, a blue book voucher for the approved amount will be available for pick up at Student Accounts, when approved by your third party. Keep in mind this is a voucher and not a refund; no money is exchanged. We are located in the administration building between the Registrar and Financial Aid offices.
If planning to use your MET for tuition, first notify them of your intention to attend our University. You can do so by using these instructions or send this completed form directly to MET. Second, fill out and submit a disbursement form to Student Accounts. We require the form only once each academic year in order to direct how you want your funds to be used. You can change your selection anytime by simply submitting a new form.
Tuition is due at the time of registration. If your school does not cover the full balance, the remaining amount is the responsibility of the student.