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Please Make Payments to “WVU”
Office of Student Accounts
B-33 Stewart Hall
P.O. Box 6003
Morgantown, WV 26506
Hours: 8:15 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
Billing is an important function within the Office of Student Accounts, and we take notifying our students of their charges very seriously. It is important to know that timing plays a crucial role in the billing process.
Students who are pre-registered for classes will receive their electronic billing notification via MIX around mid-July. Any changes to registration, housing, or meal plans may result in a change to your WVU bill as well, so we encourage students to monitor their account on a regular basis. Additionally, students who are registered for part-time hours are going to owe a lower amount than students who are registered full-time. A common mistake students make is paying for part-time hours, then not making a timely payment for any additional courses that are added.
Because the billing of student charges plays such a large part in the lives of all WVU students, we strongly encourage you to become familiar with our billing processes and the policies on late payment, financial holds, and collection. You can learn all the information you need to know about these areas by visiting the links in the menu to the right.
Note: Please make sure that you are receiving email notifications in your “Inbox” and be sure to check settings so that these emails are not going to your “Junk” mailbox.