Tuition & Fees-FAQ
How much does it cost to attend East Tennessee State
View the latest version of the ETSU
and Fee Schedule on the Bursar Office website.
When are my fees due?
Generally, fees are due the last business day before
and Fee Payment Calendar on the Bursar Office website
I have a ETSU Promise to Pay.
Why is there still a balance due on my
A ETSU Promise to Pay is a legal
instrument that holds your classes and your account balance in
anticipation of your expected financial aid. If, for any
reason, your financial aid is not received, you will be
responsible for payment of the account.
You have the option of paying your fees or setting up a
Payment Plan; then, you may be reimbursed after your aid
eligibility is determined and that aid is processed and applied
to your account.
I can’t pay my fees now, and I am not eligible for a
ETSU Promise to Pay.
Is there any other way you can help me?
If you are unable to pay the fees and are ineligible for
a ETSU Promise to Pay for any reason, you
may apply for a Short Term University Loan (STL) as funds
permit through the Office of Financial Aid.
You may access the
Term University Loan procedures, application, and
promissory note on the Bursar Office website.
If you need money for books, you may apply for a
University Emergency Loan up to $500 through the Office of
Financial Aid. You may access the
Emergency Loan policy, application, and promissory note on
the Bursar Office website.
Can I defer my fees or set up a payment plan?
Payment Policy on the Bursar Office website.