Payment Options and Due Dates
If you wish to use a payment plan, you must request it at the beginning of each term prior to the first tuition due date of the trimester. You are assigned to the Simple Payment Option if no option is chosen by the first due date of the trimester.
The Two and Three Payment Options can only be used for tuition and room and board charges, after deduction of any financial aid. To select the Two or Three Payment Option, log in to WaveNet and navigate to the Finances page, click on the "Payment Plan" link beneath your Account Summary, and select the desired payment option on the pop-up window. The deadline to request either of these options is the first business day after the standard add/drop period for the trimester.
Students who do not comply with payment policies or whose account has previously been subject to collection (with Student Account Collections or Account Resolution) are required to pay all charges prior to registration and are not eligible for the Two or Three Payment or Company Reimbursement Payment Options. The privilege of using one of the installment payment options or the company reimbursement option may be revoked upon any payment becoming delinquent.
Please review the following sections for more information regarding payment options offered by the University.
To view specific due dates for all charges posted to your account, log in to WaveNet and navigate to the Finances page, click on the "Charges Due" link beneath your Account Summary. This will provide three different ways to view your outstanding charges, and the due date for each charge will be listed. If you do not have an outstanding balance, that will be noted when you select "Charges Due."
Penalties on Late Payments and Unpaid Balances
Students are responsible for viewing their student account online, for noting their account balances due, and for making the appropriate arrangements for payment to be received by the Student Accounts Office on or before the due date. Daily finance charges in the amount of 0.027% will accrue on any past due balances.