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When are tuition bills available? 

Bills are available to view online.  Students should go to the Student tab in myWofford and select "Billing Statement" from the Registration Tools channel.  Students may also grant permission to a parent or other trusted individual to be a Wofford Proxy Access System user to view selected information such as billing statements.  For more information visit, http://www.wofford.edu/registrar/proxy/ . 

Since no paper bill will be mailed, approximately one month prior to the bill due date, students will be sent a notification to their Wofford email address that a bill is available to view online. 

When are tuition payments due? 

August 15th for fall semester and January 15th for spring semester

When are reservation deposits due? 

January 15th for early decision, March 15th for returning students, May 1st for new or transfer students

Do you accept credit cards for payment of tuition and fees? 

Wofford College does accept credit cards for tuition and fee payment. 

  • Students may make credit card payments by going to the Student tab in myWofford and selecting "Billing Statement" in the Registration Tools channel
  • Students may also grant permission to a parent or other trusted individual to be a Wofford Proxy Access System user to view selected information such as billing statements and payment online.  For detailed instructions, please visit, http://www.wofford.edu/registrar/proxy/ 
  • Credit cards are accepted by the TuitionPay payment plan service for enrolled participants (fees apply).

 Do you have a monthly payment plan? 

Yes, a payment plan option is offered through TuitionPay 

Can I check my balance online? 

Enrolled students who have received their Wofford Identification number can access balance information online by going to the Student tab in myWofford and selecting "Billing Statement" in the Registration Tools channel.

Students may also identify a parent or other trusted person as a proxy and grant permission for that person to view selected information.  For detailed instructions, please visit http://www.wofford.edu/registrar/proxy/ 

Do I still pay the Wofford Interim fee if I do a Wofford Travel interim? 

All students are charged the Wofford Interim rate resident or day as appropriate.  Independent, on or off –campus, there is no difference.  You are paying for the 4 hours of credit.  If you choose to participate in one of the travel interims, there may be additional costs over and above the base interim rate which are not included.

How will I be contacted if there is an issue with my student account? 

Correspondence related to financial matters are sent via email from the Office of Financial Aid and Business Office to the student’s Wofford email address.  Transcripts will not be issued by the Registrar to or for students or former students who have financial obligations to the college, including payment due on any student loans made under federally governed programs administered by the college's Financial Aid Office.

Where are refunds mailed? 

Refunds are mailed in the name of the student to the student’s home address with exception of those accounts with PLUS loans.    Accounts with PLUS loans that are due a refund will have the refund made payable to the parent who has made the loan obligation and mailed to the parent’s address.  Refunds are not delivered to the student’s campus box.

How are refunds handled for participants in the TuitionPay payment plan? 

If you participate in the TuitionPay payment plan, overages cannot be refunded until you have completed all payments to TuitionPay per your contracted amount.  If you anticipate that you will have overpaid, you should contact TuitionPay as soon as possible to reduce your contract amount so that you can prevent overpayment or at least minimize the amount of overpayment.

How will I receive funds if I am the recipient of study abroad travel grant or scholarship? 

Study abroad travel grants and scholarships are handled like any other financial aid and are applied directly to the student’s account.  Note that the funds are applied directly to the semester for which they relate and are not available prior to the semester begin date.