Confirmation Deposit


The McQueary College of Health and Human Services (MCHHS) offers nationally accredited programs, many of which are competitive entry.

If you're accepted into one of the following programs, you're required to pay a non-refundable confirmation deposit to hold your place in the program.

This deposit is to be paid within the time frame stipulated in your program's acceptance letter.

Program Deposit
Doctor in Audiology, AuD $500
Dietetic Internship Graduate Certificate $500
Nurse Anesthesia $500
Doctor in Nurse Practice, BSN to DNP and post-master's DNP $500
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, four-year BSN $100
Master of Occupational Therapy, MOT $500
Doctor in Physical Therapy, DPT $500
Physician Assistant $500

Note: Admission into Missouri State University and/or the Graduate College does not guarantee acceptance into your desired program.

The confirmation deposit will be applied to tuition, fees, or any other student financial obligation through the university during your first term of enrollment following the end of the first week of that semester. Once all sources of payment have been applied to your bursar account, you may be entitled to a refund from the university due to overpayment for tuition and fees. For additional information about the confirmation deposit, read the Confirmation Deposit Policy (.pdf).


Additional information about the Missouri State Credit Card Policy can be found on the Bursar's Office FAQ page.

The confirmation deposit can be paid with Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover.

Prospective or new students

Prospective (new) students to Missouri State University who do not have a BearPass log-in should pay the confirmation deposit with a credit card.

Pay online: New students

Current Missouri State students

Students currently attending Missouri State University or new students who have a BearPass log-in can pay the confirmation deposit with an electronic check or credit card.

Pay online: Current students

Paying with a credit card

Review more information about payment methods and the convenience fee

Paying with an electronic check

There is no convenience fee when paying with an electronic check.

If paying with an electronic check, you will need the routing number and accounting number from the check.