The Bursar’s Office is located in the Education/Administration Building, Room 110D. The Bursar is available for walk-ins Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. You can also call 918-549-2827 or email .

The Bursar’s Office at the College of the Muscogee Nation (CMN) handles activities related to student accounts. This includes: billing tuition and fees, processing payments and credits, creating miscellaneous charges and account adjustments, publishing monthly billing statements, executing inter-fund transactions, and distributing student credit balances and refunds. The Bursar’s Office also provides related customer service while monitoring and managing student account compliance and collection. Other services include: Issuing Student and Employee Parking Permits, adding commuter meal plans and accepting housing deposits.


College of the Muscogee Nation



Remedial Supplementary Fee**


Late Enrollment Fee


Housing Fee


Residential Meal Plan


Commuter Meal Plan     (enrolled 9hrs or more)






*Tuition rates and fees may be subject to change*
**Per Credit Hour charge
***Estimate Only


Tuition and Fees

The Board of Regents establishes the required tuition/fees. Fees do not include the costs of individual textbooks, or other materials, which vary according to the student’s program of study. Students who enroll in programs of study that require other materials will obtain these items as specified by the department. In most cases, they can be purchased through the college. The cost of attendance will vary from program to program and is subject to change without notice. Tuition does not include special fees. Auditing a course(s) is the same rate as a course(s) taken for credit.

Room and Board

Room and Board fees includes housing rent for a trimester and a meal plan of 20 meals per week. Fees do not include housing deposits. Housing Deposits are to be paid in the Bursar Office upon submitting housing application.

Commuter Meal Plans

Non-resident students may charge a commuter meal plan to their bursar account for $80. This includes 20 meals per semester. Student must be enrolled in 9 credit hours to be eligible for commuter meal plan. Present student ID and class schedule to the Bursar Office to add commuter meal plan.

Textbooks and Supplies

Textbooks purchased in the Ravens Nest Bookstore during the add/drop period may be charged to the student’s Bursar Account. Students may also charge up to $40.00 worth of allowable academic supplies, these supplies may include:

1G USB Flash Drive, Backpack, Scientific Calculator, Pen, No. 2 Pencil, 5 Subject Notebook, 3-Ring Binder, Highlighter


Residential or Commuter Parking permits can be obtained from the Bursar Office. Registration forms can be found online, in the Student Success Center or the Bursar Office. Replacement Decals for Resident Students will be $15.00. Replacement Student ID’s are $10.00 and are to be paid in the Bursar Office. Bursar will create a receipt to be taken to the IT help desk for reissued ID.

Payment of Accounts

Bursar Accounts are payable for the fall, spring and summer sessions by the end of the add/drop period. Forms of payment accepted: Cash, Check or Money Order. Payments made after 3:00 pm will be credited to the account the following business day. CMN reserves the right to withhold grades, academic transcripts and diplomas until all financial obligations to the college is satisfied. Students with delinquent accounts will not be permitted to complete enrollment or attend class. For more information regarding billing, reference CMN’s Bursar’s Office Policies and Procedure Handbook.

For more information regarding billing, reference CMN’s Bursar’s Office Policies and Procedure Handbook.

Application of Financial Aid Awards

To receive financial aid, degree-seeking students enrolled in six or more hours must file the current tax year’s FAFSA, along with applying for specific scholarships. CMN’s Bursar’s Office will apply all financial aid awards to students’ Bursar Accounts after receiving the disbursement. For students that submit the Bursar Authorization form, the Bursar’s Office will apply financial aid payments to both academic and non-academic charges. In the event of a credit balance on the Bursar Account, students will be contacted via email regarding their reimbursement options.