Convenience Fee for Credit Card Payments to Increase May 1

Beginning May 1, the convenience fee charged to account payments made with a credit card will increase to 2.85 percent.

TouchNet Information Systems, Truman’s third-party vendor, will increase the convenience fee from the original 2.75-2.85 percent. The increased cost of processing credit cards is due to a growing number of premium rewards cards with a variety of new dues, assessments and special fees charged by the card brands.

Accepted credit cards are Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Credit card payments on student accounts can be made online only via TruView for students and via for authorized users on the student account.

To avoid the convenience fee, payments can be made the following ways:

By e-check, an electronic debit to the checking or savings account, available online at for authorized users or via TruView for students. There is no fee for this option, but if the user runs their debit card as a credit card, they will be charged the convenience fee. For checking or savings account debits, the e-check option can be used to avoid paying the convenience fee.

By check mailed to; Truman State University Student Account Payment, P.O. Box 754, Kirksville, Mo. 63501-0754. Checks can also be dropped off in the payment drop box at the cashier window in McClain Hall 105.

By cash, check or PIN debit card at the cashier window in McClain Hall 105 (open Monday-Friday, 10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.)
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