Payment Arrangements

Enrollment Deposit (ESL, First-Year, and Transfer students)

SemesterEnrollment Deposit Deadline
Summer Intensive (ESL): March 15
Fall (all programs): May 1
Spring (all programs): December 1

The $100 enrollment deposit is required of all undergraduate ESL, First-Year and Transfer students (NOT for Exchange or Graduate students) enrolling at Michigan Tech. Accepted students who do not pay enrollment deposit by the deadline may lose their housing request and their seat in required classes.

Your deposit can be paid on line by e-check or credit card (MasterCard, or Discover):

  1. Log into MyMichiganTech. Use the Michigan Tech username and password (Web ISO) that was provided in your acceptance packet. The password is case-sensitive and you must type all characters exactly as they appear. The username and ISO are unique to each student, please protect your won privacy by keeping them secure.
  2. In the 'Application Status' section, click on 'Pay Your Enrollment Deposit'
  3. Next, click on 'Student Services & Financial Aid'
  4. Finally, click on the last item on the list: 'Enrollment Deposit'; choose 'Make Payment Electronically' and follow directions. Please Note: MyMichiganTech is unavailable during scheduled maintenance sessions from 2:00 - 6:00 A.M. (GMT -5:00). If you are not able to log in, please try again at a different time.

You may also submit the $100 Enrollment Deposit by check or money order drawn on a US bank and made payable in US funds to Michigan Technological University. Please make sure your bank has a routing number encoded on your check and send it, marked for Enrollment Deposit, student's full name, Michigan Tech ID (M number) to the following address:

Michigan Technological University
Financial Services and Operations
1400 Townsend Drive
Houghton, MI 49931

How to Pay Tuition Before or Upon Arrival at Michigan Tech

Please do NOT carry large amounts of cash when you travel. It is not a secure way to bring your tuition and/or housing payment to the States. Pre-paid Debit Cards work well for everyday miscellaneous costs, but are NOT a convenient way to pay your college tuition and housing costs, since there is a $200-$600 limit on the amount you can withdraw each day (depending on the bank).

We hope this helps you plan your journey to Michigan Tech in Houghton.