NelNet Payment Plan

Students may enroll in the  NelNet payment plan. This plan allows you to pay your term bill in up to five automatic ACH or credit/debit card (an additional service fee will be assessed for credit cards) monthly installments depending on when you enroll in the plan. Payments are processed the 5th of each month. Cost to participate is a $30.00 enrollment fee per term. Returned payments will incur an additional $30.00. To enroll login to your e-services with your Star ID and password, select Bills and Payments and then Payment Plan. For more information visit the MyCollegePaymentPlan website.

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 January 24, 2020. If your bill is not paid in full with financial assistance prior to February 7, 2020, you will automatically be entered into the Extended Payment Plan at that time and charged a fee of $30.

WSU Payment Options

Questions about the payment process? Visit the Student Accounts Office, 205 Maxwell, or call 1.800.242.8978 or 507.457.5076.

Pay Online

Pay by Mail

Pay in Person

We accept payment by E-Check or Credit Card.

(We encourage you to use E-Check.)

(No additional fee to use credit card)

 

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Online Payment Instructions

Send payment to:

Winona State University
Attn Cashier
PO Box 5838
Winona MN 55987-5838
Do not send cash in the mail. Include the student Warrior ID.

Winona Campus
Cashier at Warrior Hub - Maxwell 209

WSU-Rochester Campus
RCTC Cashier Office on the WSU-R/RCTC campus 
(cash, check, money order or cashier's check)

 





Important Information for Refund and Financial Aid Recipients

WSU will not issue checks for refunds or financial aid overage. Refunds and financial aid overage will be deposited directly to the bank account requested by the student via direct deposit

All students receiving any type of financial aid must provide bank account information to WSU. WSU will not process a refund or financial aid disbursement unless we have your bank account information on file.

Payment Schedule


 Spring 2019 Summer 2019 Fall 2019 Spring 2020

Last day to Drop Classes with a Full Refund

 

 Jan. 18, 2019

May 17, 2019 for full term courses

1 day after first class meeting for courses 3 days or longer

1 day prior to start for weekend workshops or courses 3 days or less

Aug. 30, 2019
Jan. 17, 2020

First Payment Due

Note: If you are checked into a residence hall, have filed FAFSA, enrolled in NelNet Payment Plan or pay $300 by Aug. 30, 2019 and Jan. 17, 2020, you are not required to make any additional payment by the first payment deadline for the fall or spring semester. 

 Jan. 18, 2019 May 31, 2019
Aug. 30,  2019
 Jan. 17, 2020
First Day Financial Aid Disbursed
 Jan. 25, 2019 May 24, 2019
Sept. 6, 2019
Jan. 24, 2020

Second Payment Due

Note: The $30 Extended Payment Plan Fee will apply to any remaining balance due after the second payment deadline.

 Feb. 1, 2019 June 14, 2019
Sept. 13, 2019
 Feb. 7, 2020
Third Payment Due
 March 1, 2019 July 12, 2019
Oct. 4, 2019
 March 6, 2020
Final Payment Due
 March 29, 2019 July 12, 2019
Nov. 1, 2019
 April 3, 2020

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 check-in to WSU housing
  • or a valid financial aid application
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  • 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 minimum first payment on the extended payment plan

Holds for Unpaid Balance

Blank Wildcats Stitched Jersey Blue Basketball An unpaid balance hold is placed on your account by the Student Accounts Office when you have an unpaid balance for the current or previous term. It prevents you from being able to register for any subsequent terms. Holds will remain on your account until your bill is paid in full.

Blank Wildcats Stitched Jersey Blue Basketball The most obvious way to resolve this hold is to pay your account balance in full. Once the balance is paid, the hold will automatically be removed.  If you cannot pay your account balance in full, you should speak to someone in the Student Accounts Office in order to review your options for payment.

The staff in the Student Accounts Office will be able to speak with you about setting up a payment plan and what you need to do to have the hold removed to allow you to register.

Holds can only be lifted at the discretion of the Director of Business Services.

 

 

Summer 2019 Fee Payment Procedures

  • Summer 2019 Tuition and fees are due May 31, 2019.

  • 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.

  • Financial Assistance
    The first disbursement of Financial Aid is scheduled for May 24, 2019. If your bill is not paid in full with financial assistance on June 14, 2019, you will automatically be entered into the Extended Payment Plan at that time and charged a $30 fee.

  • 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 31, 2019.
    First payment (due May 31, 2019) - Full time $300/ Part time 15% of balance
    Second payment (due June 14, 2019) - 1/2 of current outstanding balance.
    Third payment (due July 12, 2019) - 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.

  •  Alternative Payment Option
    NelNet Payment Plan Students may enroll in the new NelNet payment plan beginning n, 2018. This plan allows you to pay your term bill in up to five automatic ACH or credit/debit card monthly installments depending on when you enroll in the plan. Payments are processed the 5th of each month. Cost to participate is a $30.00 enrollment fee per term. Returned payments will incur an additional $30.00. To enroll login to your e-services with your Star ID and password, select Bills and Payments and then 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 31, 2019 or the next scheduled payment due date as outlined under “extended payment plan” if a course is added after May 31, 2019. 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 14, 2019 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 should be prepared to pay for books, supplies and personal expenses from personal funds until their financial aid is disbursed.
Fall tuition and fees are due Aug. 30, 2019. Note: If you are checked into a residence hall, have filed the FAFSA, pay $300 or enroll in NelNet Payment Plan by Aug. 30, 2019, you are not required to make any additional payment by this deadline. 

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. 30, 2019, 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 2019 term, you should withdraw from classes no later than Aug. 30, 2019. 

Alternative Payment Arrangements

NelNet Payment Plan
Students may now enroll in the  NelNet payment plan. This plan allows you to pay your term bill in up to five automatic ACH or credit/debit card (an additional service fee will be assessed for credit cards) monthly installments depending on when you enroll in the plan. Payments are processed the 5th of each month. Cost to participate is a $30.00 enrollment fee per term. Returned payments will incur an additional $30.00. To enroll login to your e-services with your Star ID and password, select Bills and Payments and then Payment Plan. For more information visit the MyPaymentPlan website.

Financial Assistance
Blank Wildcats Stitched Jersey Blue Basketball 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 Sept. 6, 2019. If your bill is not paid in full with financial assistance by Sept. 13, 2019, you will automatically be placed on the Extended Payment Plan and assessed the $30.00 fee on or after Sept. 13, 2019. You do not need to sign up for the plan.
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WSU Housing
 A valid check-in to WSU Housing prior to Aug. 30, 2019 will keep your class schedule intact.  If your bill is not paid in full on Sept. 13, 2019, you will automatically be entered into the Extended Payment Plan at that time and charged a fee of $30.  

WSU 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 Aug. 30, 2019.

First payment (due Aug. 30, 2019) - Full time $300/Part time 15% of balance
-Note: If you are checked into a dorm, have filed FAFSA, or pay $300 by 8/30/19, you are not required to make any additional payment by the first payment deadline for the fall semester.
Second payment (Sept. 13, 2019) - 1/3 of current outstanding balance.
Third payment (due Oct. 4, 2019) - 1/2 of current outstanding balance.
Fourth payment (due Oct. 25, 2019) - 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 2019.

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 Sept.13, 2019.


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 Aug. 30, 2019. Students who drop some but not all of their classes through Aug. 30, 2019, will receive a refund for the classes they dropped. Students who withdraw from the University on or prior to Aug. 30, 2019 will receive a full refund of tuition and fees.

Withdrawal Policy
Students who drop courses or withdraw from the University after Aug. 30, 2019 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 Sept. 13, 2019 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 2019 Fee Payment Procedures

    • Spring Tuition and fees are due Jan. 18, 2019. Note: If you are checked into a residence hall, have filed the FAFSA or pay $300 or enroll in NelNet Payment Plan by Jan. 18, 2019, you are not required to make any additional payment by this deadline.
    • 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 Jan. 18, 2019, 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 2019 term, you should withdraw from classes no later than Jan. 18, 2019. 

    Alternative Payment Arrangements

    NelNet Payment Plan

    • Students may now enroll in the NelNet payment plan. This plan allows you to pay your term bill in up to five automatic ACH or credit/debit card (an additional service fee will be assessed for credit cards) monthly installments depending on when you enroll in the plan. Payments are processed the 5th of each month. Cost to participate is a $30.00 enrollment fee per term. Returned payments will incur an additional $30.00. To enroll login to your e-services with your Star ID and password, select Bills and Payments and then Payment Plan. For more information visit the MyCollegePaymentPlan website.
      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 Jan. 25, 2019.  If your bill is not paid in full with financial assistance prior to Feb. 1, 2019, 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 Jan. 18, 2019 will keep your class schedule intact.  Those who have checked in to housing and have not paid in full by Feb. 1, 2019 will automatically be entered into the Extended Payment Plan and charged a fee of $30.

      • WSU 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 Jan. 18, 2019.

        First payment (due Jan. 18, 2019) - Full time $300/ Part time 15% of balance
        Second payment (due Feb. 1, 2019) - 1/3 of current outstanding balance.
        Blank Wildcats Stitched Jersey Blue Basketball Third payment (due March 1, 2019) -1/2 of current outstanding balance.
        Fourth payment (due March 29, 2019) - 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 2019 or Fall 2019.

        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 Feb. 1, 2019. 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 Jan. 18, 2019. Students who drop some but not all of their classes through Jan. 18, 2019, will receive a refund for the classes they dropped. Students who withdraw from the University on or prior to Jan. 18, 2019 will receive a full refund of tuition and fees.
      • Withdrawal Policy
        Students who drop courses or withdraw from the University after Jan. 18, 2019 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 Feb. 1, 2019 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.