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Tuition Payment Plan

Sign Up for a Monthly Payment Plan

Upcoming Deadlines for Fall 2020

See below for more information on the payment plan.


General Information

West Virginia University is pleased to offer a monthly payment plan, administered by CASHNet. The plan allows you to break up your semester’s tuition and fees into smaller, more manageable installments, rather than paying in full all at once. Some of the advantages of the payment plan are:

MORE TIME TO PAY. The earlier you sign up, the more time you will have to pay and the smaller your monthly payments will be.

AVOID HIGH INTEREST RATES. Unlike traditional loans, the payment plan only charges a small fee at enrollment in addition to the first payment. If you choose to use a debit or credit card to make your payments to CASHNet, you will be assessed a 2.75% convenience fee. This fee does not apply to electronic check payments to CASHNet (using the routing and account numbers for your checking or savings account).

CONVENIENCE. Enroll, manage your account, and make payments online, 24 hours a day. You will also receive regular monthly statements via email.

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How Do I Sign Up?

The payment plan opened on May 1 for the fall 2020 semester.

Enrolling in the payment plan is fast and easy. The steps to enroll are:

  1. Visit the CASHNet payment portal.
  2. Choose the best plan for you.
  3. Enter your balance due for the semester - or the portion you would like to set up on a payment plan.
  4. Complete the application by filling in all necessary fields and paying your application fee. You must pay your first payment plus a $35 enrollment fee when you sign up.

Once enrollment is complete, CASHNet will update WVU of your contract and any payments you make usually on a weekly basis.

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Are There Deadlines to Sign Up?

The earlier you sign up, the more time you'll have to pay and the smaller your monthly payments will be.

For the fall 2020 semester:

The deadlines to sign up for the six-month option (May 31), five-month option (June 30), and four-month option (July 31) have passed.

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Need to Know Information

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