If you are NOT eligible for financial aid or it is insufficient to pay your bill we offer a one-third payment plan. To enroll you enroll and pay online; the system will calculate your initial payment for you. Students can enroll after the payment deadline up to the reinstatement deadline; however if you enroll after the payment deadline, you will be assessed a $100 late payment fee.
For the one-third payment plan, you pay one-third your tuition and fee balance (after financial aid and other credits) plus $15 enrollment fee by the tuition payment deadline. Housing, meal membership, parking and other non-tuition charges cannot be included in the payment plan. The second payment is due in 4 weeks after the payment deadline and the final payment is due 4 weeks after the second payment. You enroll online and pay with e-check (no fee) or credit/debit card (2.75 percent convenience fee (4.25 percent for international credit cards)). There are no automatic deductions for the remaining payments; you must go online and make those payments. Payments made after any of the payment deadlines will be assessed a $100 late payment fee (one fee per semester).
If you are on a wait list, you need to continually check your account to determine if you've been added to the class; you are not assessed tuition and fees for the class unless you've been added into it. Sometimes students are added after the end of add/drop week & are then liable for the class. Drop it during add/drop week if you do not want to take the class.
1098Ts are available on myWings in January. We report what was billed during the previous calendar year. For accurate reporting, you should save your receipts.
All third party contracts stating someone else is paying your tuition MUST be turned into our office by the payment deadline or you may be assessed a late payment fee and/or administratively withdrawn for non-payment from all your classes.
If you decide to not take a class(es) you should drop them by the end of the first week as you may not get administratively withdrawn for non-payment due to financial aid, a waiver, etc. The safest way to not be liable for the class is to drop it by the end of add/drop week; do not rely on the system to do it for you.