Payment Procedures

 

Payment Calendar

 

 Summer 2014  Fall 2014  Spring 2015

 Last day to Drop Classes with a Full Refund

 1 day after first class meeting  Aug. 29, 2014 Jan. 16, 2015 

 Payment Due

June 4, 2014   Aug. 29, 2014  Jan. 167, 2015

 First Day Financial Aid Disbursed

 June 6, 2014    Sep. 5, 2014 Jan. 23, 2015 

 Registration Cancellation for Non-Payment

All students must meet one of the following criteria by the payment due date or their registration will be cancelled.

-Tuition and fees paid in full

-  OR   A valid financial aid application

-  OR   A valid third party authorization is on file with WSU Student Accounts

-  OR   A valid employee tuition waiver is received by WSU Student Accounts

-  OR   A valid check-in to WSU housing

-  OR   A minimum first payment on the extended payment plan.

 

Fall 2014 Fee Payment Procedures

  • Statements will not be mailed.  You must access your account online to view your balance.
    Alternative payment arrangements can be made and are listed below. However, if appropriate payment arrangements are not made and the tuition and fees bill is not paid by Aug. 29, 2013, your registration will be canceled for nonpayment. 
  • Do not assume that you will be dropped.  If you no longer plan to attend classes for Fall 2014 term, you should withdraw from classes no later than Aug. 29, 2014. 
    Alternative Payment Arrangements
    Financial Assistance
     If you plan to pay for all or part of your bill by using financial assistance, any one of the following will keep your class schedule intact:
    • A valid Financial Aid Application (FAFSA) received by WSU.
    •   OR   A valid Third Party Payment authorization on file with WSU Student Accounts.
    •   OR   A valid Employee Tuition Waiver received by WSU Student Accounts.

           The first disbursement of Financial Aid is scheduled for September 5, 2014.  If your bill is not paid in full with financial assistance by September 19, 2014,    you will automatically be placed on the Extended Payment Plan and assessed the $30.00 fee on or after September 19, 2014.  You do not need to sign up for the plan.

  • WSU Housing
     A valid check-in to WSU Housing prior to August 29, 2014 will keep your class schedule intact.  If your bill is not paid in full on September 19, 2014, you will automatically be entered into the Extended Payment Plan at that time and charged a fee of $30.  
  • Extended Payment Plan
    You may pay your tuition and fees by using the extended payment plan.  Those choosing to use the extended payment plan will be assessed a fee of $30. To enroll in the extended payment plan full time students must make the minimum payment requirement by August 29, 2014.
    First payment (due August 29, 2014)                Full time $300/ Part time 15% of balance
    Second payment (September 19, 2014)            1/3 of current outstanding balance.
    Third payment (due October 17, 2014)            1/2 of current outstanding balance.
     Fourth payment (due November 14, 2014)     All of current outstanding balance.
    If you do not meet the payment dates as outlined, you are assessed an additional $10 late fee per occurrence. If you are on the Extended Payment Plan, you will receive any payment due information via your WSU email account. Reminders are not being sent by US mail.  You must not have an outstanding balance on your student account in order to register for Spring 2015.
  • Extended Payment Plan
    Students are expected to pay all accounts in full to the University when they are due. A $30 extended payment plan fee will be added to the account if there is a balance remaining after September 19, 2014. Students will be denied further registration until all monies owed the University have been paid.
  • Viewing Account Information
    Students may view their account information online. Students may also request fee statements in the Accounts Receivable Office. Failure to receive a fee statement does not release the student from payment obligations.
  • Schedule Adjustment (Drop/Add/Withdraw)
    Students wishing to add additional classes must do so during the Drop/Add period. Payment for added classes must be received in the Cashiers Office no later than August 29, 2014. Students who drop some but not all of their classes through August 29, 2014, will receive a refund for the classes they dropped. Students who withdraw from the University on or prior to August 29, 2014 will receive a full refund of tuition and fees.
  • Withdrawal Policy
    Students who drop courses or withdraw from the University after August 29, 2014 will be charged for the classes they have dropped. Students dropping courses must do so with the Registrar's Office. For most students failure to make payment will not result in the cancellation of a student's registration.

    Students Receiving Financial Aid
    All students receiving financial aid should provide a bank account where excess funds can be deposited via direct deposit .

Students receiving financial assistance from the WSU Financial Aid Office, and have not received aid by September 19, 2014 will be enrolled in the extended payment plan and charged $30.
Students who are receiving assistance other than through the Financial Aid Office (DVR, VA, Third Party Billing) must contact the Accounts Receivable Office prior to the date payment is due to arrange for payment.
Attention All Financial Aid Recipients
Students should be prepared to pay for books, supplies and personal expenses from personal funds until their financial aid is disbursed.

Spring 2015 Fee Payment Procedures

  • Spring Tuition and fees are due January 16, 2015.
  • Statements will not be mailed. You must access your account online to view your balance.
  • Alternative payment arrangements can be made and are listed below.  However, if appropriate payment arrangements are not made and the tuition and fees bill is not paid by January 16, 2015, your registration will be canceled for non-payment. 
  • Do not assume that you will be dropped.  If you no longer plan to attend classes for the Spring 2015 term, you should withdraw from classes no later than January 16, 2015. 

Alternative Payment Arrangements

  • Financial Assistance

            If you plan to pay for all or part of your bill by using financial assistance, any one of the following will keep your class schedule intact:
OR   A valid Financial Aid Application (FAFSA) received by WSU.
OR   A valid Third Party Payment authorization on file with WSU Student Accounts.
OR   A valid Employee Tuition Waiver received by WSU Student Accounts.
The first disbursement of Financial Aid is scheduled for January 23, 2015.  If your bill is not paid in full with financial assistance prior to Feb. 13, 2015, you   will automatically be entered into the Extended Payment Plan at that time and charged a fee of $30.

  • WSU Housing
     A valid check-in to WSU Housing prior to January 16, 2015 will keep your class schedule intact.  Those who have checked in to housing and have not paid in full by February 13, 2015 will automatically be entered into the Extended Payment Plan and charged a fee of $30.
  • Extended Payment Plan
    You may pay your tuition and fees by using the extended payment plan. Those choosing to use the extended payment plan will be assessed a fee of $30. To enroll in the extended payment plan full time students must make a payment of $300 or more by January 16, 2015.
    First payment (due January 16, 2015)           Full time $300/ Part time 15% of balance
    Second payment (due Feb. 13, 2015)     1/3 of current outstanding balance.
    Third payment (due March 13, 2015)    1/2 of current outstanding balance.
    Fourth payment (due April 10, 2015)      All of current outstanding balance.
    If you do not meet the payment dates as outlined, you are assessed an additional $10 late fee per occurrence. If you are on the Extended Payment Plan, you will receive any payment due information via your WSU email account.  Reminders are not being sent by US mail.  You must not have an outstanding balance on your student account in order to register for Summer 2015 or Fall 2015. 
  • Extended Payment Plan
    Students are expected to pay all accounts in full to the University when they are due. A $30 extended payment plan fee will be added to the account if there is a balance remaining after February 13, 2015. Students will be denied further registration until all monies owed the University have been paid.  
  • Viewing Account Information
    Students may view their account information online. Students may also request fee statements in the Accounts Receivable Office. Failure to receive a fee statement does not release the student from payment obligations.
  • Schedule Adjustment (Drop/Add/Withdrawal)
    Students wishing to add additional classes must do so during the Drop/Add period. Payment for added classes must be received in the Cashiers Office no later than January 16, 2015. Students who drop some but not all of their classes through January 16, 2015, will receive a refund for the classes they dropped. Students who withdraw from the University on or prior to January 16, 2015 will receive a full refund of tuition and fees.
  • Withdrawal Policy
    Students who drop courses or withdraw from the University after January 16, 2015 will be charged for the classes they have dropped. Students dropping courses must do so with the Registrar's Office. For most students failure to make payment will not result in the cancellation of a student's registration
  • Students Receiving Financial Aid
    All students receiving financial aid should provide a bank account where excess funds can be deposited via direct deposit .
    Students receiving financial assistance from the WSU Financial Aid Office, and have not received aid by February 13, 2015 will be enrolled in the extended payment plan and charged $30.
    Students who are receiving assistance other than through the Financial Aid Office (DVR, VA, Third Party Billing) must contact the Accounts Receivable Office prior to the date payment is due to arrange for payment.

Attention All Financial Aid Recipients
Students should be prepared to pay for books, supplies and personal expenses from personal funds until their financial aid is disbursed.

Summer 2014 Fee Payment Procedures

  • Summer 2014 Tuition and fees are due June 4, 2014.
  • Statements will not be mailed. You must access your account online to view your balance.
  • Do not assume that you will be dropped.  If you wish to not be enrolled for the Summer term, you should withdraw from classes no later than 1 day after the first class meeting.
    Alternative Payment Arrangements
  • Financial Assistance
    The first disbursement of Financial Aid is scheduled for June 6, 2014. If your bill is not paid in full with financial assistance on June 20, 204, you will automatically be entered into the Extended Payment Plan at that time and charged a fee of $30.
  • Extended Payment Plan
    You may pay your tuition and fees by using the extended payment plan. Those choosing to use the extended payment plan will be assessed a fee of $30. To enroll in the extended payment plan full time students must make a payment of $300 or more by May 30, 2014.
    First payment (due June 4, 2014)   Full time $300/ Part time 15% of balance
    Second payment (due June 20, 2014)    1/2 of current outstanding balance.
    Third payment (due July 18, 2014)        All of current outstanding balance.
    If you do not meet the payment dates as outlined, you are assessed an additional $10 late fee per occurrence.
    If you are on the Extended Payment Plan, you will receive any payment due information via your WSU email account.  Reminders are not being sent by US mail.  You must have no outstanding balance on your student account in order to register for Fall.

    Extended Payment Plan
     
    Viewing Account Information  
    Students may view their account information online. Students may also request fee statements in the Accounts Receivable Office. Failure to receive a fee statement does not release the student from payment obligations.
  • Schedule Adjustment (Drop/Add)
    Students wishing to add additional classes must do so within 1 day after the first class meeting.   Payment for added classes must be received in the Cashier’s Office no later than May 30, 2014 or the next scheduled payment due date as outlined under “extended payment plan” if a course is added after June 4, 2014. Students will have 1 day after the first class meeting to drop classes with a full refund for regular scheduled courses. Students enrolled in weekend workshops will need to drop prior to the start of the workshop to receive a full refund.
    Withdrawal Policy
    Students who drop courses or withdraw from the University more than 1 day after the first class meeting will be charged for the classes they have dropped. Students who drop or withdraw from a weekend workshop after it has started will be charged in full for the workshop.

    Students Receiving Financial Aid
    All students receiving financial aid should provide a bank account where excess funds can be deposited via direct deposit .
    Students receiving financial assistance from the WSU Financial Aid Office, and have not received aid by June 20, 2014 will be enrolled in the extended payment plan and charged $30.00
    Students who are receiving assistance other than through the Financial Aid Office (DVR, VA, Third Party Billing) must contact the Accounts Receivable Office prior to the date payment is due to arrange for payment.
    All Financial Aid Recipients
    Students should be prepared to pay for books, supplies and personal expenses from personal funds until their financial aid is disbursed.