Endorsing the Catholic Benedictine values of faith, reason, service, and community, the Student Financial Service Center supports the mission of Saint Martin's University to empower students in their pursuit of learning and honors their sacredness as individuals as well as their families and our community in an efficient and caring professional manner. This service reflects the Benedictine traditions of hospitality, communication, and respect while maintaining a high level of accuracy and integrity.
Our goal is to serve our students well while keeping our staff and our community safe during these times. We so greatly appreciate all of your patience as we know that the last few months have created a very different looking world for all of us.
Open door service hours
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
9 a.m.-3 p.m.
11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Virtual service hours
We are available for emails and phone calls and can schedule Zoom meetings during non-open door times from 8-9 a.m.and 3-5 p.m.
We will be able to serve only one person at a time during the open door hours and ask that all students/guests be masked and follow social distancing guidance.
Making a payment
To avoid lines, if you are planning to make a payment, you can do so online through Self Service.
To avoid credit/debit card service fees, select the Other Bank option to pay using an electronic check.
Book vouchers – do not wait in line!
If you believe you may be eligible for a book voucher at the Saint Martin's Bookstore, meaning you are expecting a credit balance after all of your funds have been applied to your charges and want to use it for books, send an email to:
Vouchers are available online only through the Saint Martin's Bookstore at this time. We will verify your eligibility and if clear for a voucher, we will email the Bookstore and the student the voucher information.
The student can then go online to the Saint Martin's Bookstore, purchase their books using financial aid as the payment option.
The Bookstore will email the student when their books are available for pickup.
Based on your student status and/or program, a variety of institutional and private scholarships are available to help supplement your financial aid.
Net Price Calculator
Our Net Price Calculator* provides new, first-year, undergraduate students and their families a way to estimate education costs and potential financial aid. The results of the calculator are an estimate only and do not guarantee the actual financial aid you will receive.
File your FAFSA
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is your doorway into financial aid. Saint Martin's priority deadline for FAFSA submissions is: January 1. Get started today!