Parent/Guest Proxy Access
Are you a parent? Learn about FERPA and how you can gain access to your student’s records.

eRefund
Need your refund fast? Learn how to deposit financial aid funds directly to your bank account.

ePayment
Paying through the STAR system is convenient and easy for students. Learn more here.

Tutorials
Need help paying online or requesting a paper bill? Learn more here.

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Please Make Payments to “WVU”
Office of Student Accounts
B-33 Stewart Hall
P.O. Box 6003
Morgantown, WV 26506
Phone: 304.293.4006
Fax: 304.293.7337
Hours: 8:15 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
OSA@mail.wvu.edu

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Important Dates to Remember

Monday, November 10 – Student Health Insurance Waiver Site Available (for Spring 2015)

Sunday, November 16 – Spring 2015 Charges Assessed

Monday, November 17 – Spring 2015 Bill Available on STAR

Friday, January 2 – Student Health Insurance Opt-Out (Waiver) Deadline

Wednesday, January 7 – 60% Payment Deadline

Thursday, January 8 – Courses Deleted from Schedule for Non-Payment of at least 60%

Monday, January 12 – First Day of Classes

Friday, January 16 – Last Day to Add/Drop

Tuesday, January 20 – Courses Deleted from Schedule for Non-Payment of at least 60%

Friday, January 23 – Reinstatement Deadline

Friday, February 20 – Remaining Balance Due (60/40 Plan)

Changes to Payment Deadline

YOUR CLASS SCHEDULE COULD BE AT RISK

West Virginia University’s Office of Student Accounts reminds students of several critical dates related to the tuition billing and payment process. Students who miss these dates are at risk of being removed from their scheduled classes.

All students are required to pay at least 60 percent of their Spring 2015 bill by Wednesday, January 7, which is earlier than in past years. Financial aid such as loans and scholarships, in addition to tuition waivers, personal payments, or pending third party contracts will all count toward the total calculation.

Students are encouraged to look at their accounts on-line (through MIX) to determine their account status.