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Welcome to Student Account Services at Plymouth State University. We are the student billing office. Our mission is to provide you (students, parents, faculty and staff) with the highest level of customer service by assisting you in a professional and courteous manner. We are committed to providing you, our students, with the most timely and accurate billing information possible and hope the information on our Web site will assist you in meeting your financial responsibilities at Plymouth State University.

In support of the University’s focus on Environmental Sustainability, Student Account Services subscribes to paperless billing, which provides 24/7 online access to billing information and payment processing.

June 2016 Orientation presentation

 

Latest Announcements

Our office will be closed from 8:30 to 10:00am Monday, Dec. 19th

Student Account Services will be closed from 8:30 to 10:00am Monday, December 19th, to allow staff to attend a special event.  Answers to many questions can be found here on our web site.  If you haven’t done so already, you may want to check our Student Essentials page.  We apologize for any inconvenience and hope […]

Spring Term bills are online and were due Dec. 2nd

Please take a moment now to check your online bill and be sure it is covered to secure your classes.

Have you checked your Family Access lately?

For us to be able to discuss your bill with anyone except you, their name must appear as Active on Family Access, and they must have been given access to bill view. Please take a moment right now to go to the Family Access section on the Welcome tab of your myPlymouth account  https://connect.plymouth.edu/wp-login.php to […]

May 13th, 2014 by Eric

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June 6th, 2014 by Eric

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