Payment Options

Registration is completed when one of the above forms of payment is received or verified. The payment or verification is due on or before the due date, which is seven (7) days before the first day of class each semester. Until payment is received or verified through one of the three payment options listed above, the student will not be admitted to class. Payments can be made online, mailed in by check or by stopping by the Business Office.

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Check or credit card payment received in the Business Office on or before the due date, which is seven (7) days before the first day of class each semester. Any amount received less than the full amount due by the due date will cause the account to be treated according to the terms of the Deferred Payment Plan with accompanying fees and schedules.

Approved Stafford loan for a sufficient amount to cover the total tuition, books and fees. The loan must be certified by the Financial Aid Office on or before the due date, which is seven (7) days before the first day of class each semester. Loans certified after this time will cause the account to be treated according to the terms of the Deferred Payment Plan with accompanying fees and schedules until which time the loan is certified.

1/3 or more of the student bill is paid on or before the due date, which is seven (7) days before the first day of class each semester. A $25 deferment fee will be applied to the initial payment. Any scheduled payment not paid by the date scheduled will incur a $25 late fee.

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Terms of Deferred Payment Plan (PDF)

  1. Will I receive a statement before the initial due date?
  2. If I expect scholarship funds to be posted to my account after the initial payment is due, how will I know how much to pay on the first payment?
  3. When will the financial aid be posted to my account?
  4. Will I receive a monthly statement?
  5. If I pay with loan funds, but the loans are not disbursed until after the initial payment due date, will I be charged the $25 Deferred Payment Plan (DPP) fee?
  6. If I pay with military benefits, will I be charged DPP fees if the government is slow in processing payments to WBS?
  7. What if I am unable to pay 1/3 of the charges by the due date (7 days before the 1st day of the term)?