FAQs for Tuition & Payment
What is the University Fee?
The University Fee supports initiatives to improve the student experience for both our on-campus and virtual students. This includes:
- Access to the software suite included in Microsoft Office 365,
- A Career Services Center,
- Health and Wellness Benefits offering you a wide range of integrative health services at the Natural Care Center’s University Teaching Clinic at the reduced price of $15 per service,
to various research and support tools, and
- Use of your student email address after you leave the university.
The University Fee is paid by all students, regardless of program, as part of their tuition payment each trimester.
How will I receive my billing statement/invoices?
Invoices are emailed to your MUIH email address shortly after you register for your courses. An updated invoice will be emailed if you make changes to your schedule.
When is my tuition payment due?
How can I pay by check? Where do I mail it?
Make your check payable to Maryland University of Integrative Health, and mail it to:
- MUIH Student Accounts Office
- 7750 Montpelier Road
- Laurel, MD 20723
How can I pay by credit card?
You can pay by credit card using the Tuition Payment page, which is found under the Campus heading on the muih.edu website. A link to the Tuition Payment page is located here. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover credit cards. A 2.75% fee is added for credit card payments.
What types of payments are accepted online? Is there a fee for paying online?
You can pay online with a credit card or by an ACH from your bank account (eCheck) using the Tuition Payment page, which is found under the Campus heading on the muih.edu website. A link to the Tuition Payment page is located here. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover credit cards. There is a 2.75% fee added for credit and debit card payments. No fee is charged for an eCheck payment.
I am receiving Financial Aid or Veterans’ Benefits. How does billing work for me?
You will receive your invoice by email shortly after registering for your courses. For VA students, your invoice will be submitted to the VA for payment. Student loan money is applied when we receive the funds from the lender, which is typically around the beginning of the trimester. Any balance remaining due after loans or VA benefits needs to be paid promptly by the student.
What happens if I received financial aid funds in excess of the amount of my tuition invoice?
When are financial aid funds posted to my account, and any refunds sent out?
Financial aid funds are posted when the funds are received by the university. This will usually be later than the date the student receives a notification from the lender or Department of Education. Refunds for the excess funds are sent out within 14 days from the start of the trimester, or within 14 days if received during the trimester. This allows time to post the payments and to ensure students are still enrolled and actively participating in courses.
What happens if there is a delay in receiving the financial aid funds?
What happens if my financial aid funds do not cover my balance?
What happens if I received financial aid funds to cover my tuition, and I drop or withdraw from all of my courses?
What happens if I cannot pay my balance in full at the beginning of the trimester?
What other fees can I expect to be charged?
In addition to tuition, some courses have charges for materials provided for use in the course. Currently, there are fees charged for herb kits in several of the herbal medicine courses, and for items provided in the on-campus cooking labs. Graduating students are assessed a $75 graduation fee to cover the costs associated with completing the graduation review and diploma preparations, and one copy of the diploma or certificate. Specific information on tuition and fees is provided at the link here.
Will I receive a refund for dropping a course?
What is the difference between a drop and a withdrawal, and how does that affect my refund?
A withdrawal is a drop that occurs after a course has started. The amount refunded is determined by how much of the course has expired at the time of withdrawal. A link to the Refund Policy for drops and withdrawals is located here.
When is the Schedule Adjustment Period?
When are late fees assessed?
When will I receive a tuition statement that I can use for tax purposes?
The tax form, 1098-T, will be emailed to your MUIH email address before January 31 for the preceding year. This form will reflect the tuition payments received during the tax year.
What is a financial hold on my account?
A financial hold may be placed on your account for failing to pay an outstanding balance. The financial hold may preclude you from registering for courses, receiving a transcript, or other activities. If you have questions about a hold on your account you can email the Student Accounts Office at . If you wish to receive a call to discuss, please request a call and include your phone number. You can also call 410-888-9048 ex. 6684 and leave a message.