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Payments

For billing and due date information, see our Billing page.


Online Payment Methods

Paying your bill online is the fastest and easiest way to take care of payment. Instructions outlining how to make an online payment, view charges, and grant Authorized User access are available on our Tutorials page.

Please note if parents wish to make a regular online payment on their student's behalf, students must now grant them Authorized User access through the new WVU MyAccount platform, even if they already have existing proxy access to the student's billing information. Payment plans will still be managed via CASHNet for the fall semester and are currently unaffected by this change.

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E-Check (Electronic Check)

All you need to use this option is your checking account's routing number and account number. You can typically find this information by logging into your online banking account or looking at a paper check. This method allows you to avoid mailing delays, saves you an envelope, and bypass convenience fees that go along with debit and credit card payments.

To use this method, find the routing and checking account numbers online or at the bottom of your check.

Example (These 3 sets of numbers may appear in a different order on your check):

Image shows the bottom of an example check with a 9-digit routing number, account number, and check number

You will receive an email confirming payment. It may take 2-3 business days to see a debit in your checking account.

Just like a paper check, e-checks can be returned for insufficient funds or if your account or routing number is incorrect, so be careful when you input your numbers. A $25 fee is assessed for returned checks/e-checks.

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Credit or Debit Card

Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express are accepted (with a 2.85% convenience fee). To avoid the convenience fee, you may consider paying online with an e-check, mailing a paper check, or delivering a check in-person.

Before you get started with a card payment, make sure you know the daily limit on your card. Credit and credit/debit cards usually have a daily limit you cannot exceed, and the card will decline if you try to go over the daily limit. Make sure the amount you are paying plus the 2.85% convenience fee will not put you over your limit for the day. If your daily limit is too low, contact the card provider to request they increase your limit for the day.

You will receive an email confirming payment. It may take 2-3 business days to see a debit in your checking account or a charge to your credit card account.

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Tuition Payment Plan

WVU offers an interest-free monthly payment plan to help you manage your budget by making smaller payments over a longer period. The earlier you sign up, the more time you'll have to pay and the smaller your monthly payments will be. There is a $35 enrollment fee per semester. See the Tuition Payment Plan page for deadlines and instructions on how to sign up.

Learn about the Payment Plan

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Mailing Payments

Checks, money orders, or certified bank checks - paid to the order of WVU or West Virginia University - should include the student's name and WVU ID number and can be mailed to:

WVU Hub
Evansdale Crossing - Room 200
P.O. Box 6004
Morgantown, WV 26506

Cash payments cannot be accepted at the WVU Hub.

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529 College Savings Plan

Each plan is different, so please contact your plan manager for instructions. Checks may be sent to the WVU Hub at the address referenced above.

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Wire Transfer

WVU partners with Flywire to provide WVU international students with an easy and secure method to send international payments in your home currency.

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Third-Party Payments

Do you have a sponsor paying your tuition or fees? See the Third-Party Billing page for important information.

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Not Attending

If you don’t plan to attend for the semester, be sure to drop your classes and on-campus housing and dining to avoid charges.

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