ABOUT THE OFFICE OF THE BURSAR
The Office of the Bursar produces semester bills, processes student payments and credits student accounts with financial aid. Semester bills include tuition, housing charges, and other applicable fees.
Marquette bills by the semester. Students’ and active Guest Access emails will receive an e-bill notification with a link to their CheckMarq account when the e-bill is ready to view. Billing statements are not mailed. Registered students will receive initial e-bills in July for the fall semester and mid-December for the spring semester. It is important be fully registered and have all financial aid steps completed (aid accepted/declined, promissory notes signed, entrance counseling completed, etc.) so the e-bill accurately reflects the amount owed to the university.
Students not paid in full by the due date will have a registration, transcript and diploma block placed on their account. There is a $100 block removal fee. Students enrolled and current in the Marquette Monthly Payment Plan (MMPP) are exempt from this fee. Please review the Marquette University payment policy.
Students will receive an email with a link to their CheckMarq account when the e-bill is ready to view. E-bills are always viewable in CheckMarq Student Home>Student Account>E-billing Statements. The e-bill will reflect “anticipated aid” and “expected charges” as of the billing date. Due dates can be found on the e-bill and at the billing statements and due date website.
To view e-bills, turn off your pop-up blockers and visit CheckMarq > Student Home > Student Account > E-Billing Statements
*You will want to turn off pop up blockers since it is a pdf.
Student e-bills are created monthly. To find the most up to date information on a student account visit CheckMarq Student Home > Student Account > Account Balance