Student Installment Payment Plan
The Payment Plan is a way to spread your semester fees, including tuition, insurance, university housing, and other fees over three or four payments. The number of payments depends upon when you enroll in the plan. Books, personal expenses and non-university housing are not included. A non-refundable application fee of $40 is assessed each semester for students using the plan and is paid with the first installment.
Plan payments can be made online through WINGS Express via WINGS with free e-check or with credit card (MasterCard, Discover, and American Express) which will include a 2.75% convenience fee. Check and money order payments can also be mailed or paid in person to the Office of the Bursar.
Students are encouraged to sign up for the Payment Plan online via WINGS Express. A tutorial is available through the WINGS Resource Center, http://www.wright.edu/wrc which demonstrates how to enroll in the plan. Once you are at the WINGS Resource Center click the "Student" link on the left side of the page and scroll down to the "How do I…" section to view the tutorial.
Students can also enroll by completing the Payment Plan Promissory Note (PDF) and returning the completed form along with the initial payment and application fee to the Office of the Bursar. Students must be current with their student account fees before they are eligible to enroll in the plan. All students interested in this option should pay close attention to the installment due dates listed on the payment plan promissory note.
Penalties for late payments include, but are not limited to, late fees for each payment and/or a "hold" being placed on your student account which will prevent registration changes and transcript availability. Read through the Payment Plan Frequently Asked Questions to find out more about the payment plan's terms and conditions.
FAQsWhat if I miss a payment or make a late payment?
It is your responsibility to know when payments are due and to pay on time. Electronic billing notices for upcoming payments are provided as a courtesy notice only and payments must still be in the Office of the Bursar by the due dates even though an electronic billing notice may not have been received. If a payment is not received by the due date, you will be assessed a $50.00 late fee for each late payment. A “HOLD” will be placed on your account which will prevent dropping or adding classes and your ability to receive an official university transcript. Delinquent balances will be reported to the credit bureau(s) and if you fail to repay the plan as agreed, legal action could be taken against you. In addition, you may be assessed and required to pay any costs incurred in the collection process of this plan including, but not limited to, late charges, collections and litigation costs. If your check is returned from the bank, a $25.00 returned check fee will be assessed in addition to the $50.00 late fee. Late fees and penalties must be paid first before payments will be applied to the outstanding principal balance.What if I drop a class or withdraw from school?
If you drop or withdraw during the 100 percent or 70 percent refund periods, you may receive a refund. Students who drop or withdraw during the 70 percent refund period are responsible for 30 percent of the original amount due. The amount refunded will vary according to the original amount due. Refunds are based on the amount billed regardless of the methods chosen to pay the fees. If you withdraw after the 70 percent refund period ends, you must still make your monthly payments. Since no refund is due, your outstanding balance must be paid. See term class schedule for refund periods on the Raider Connect website. If you receive federal financial aid, including loans, contact Raider Connect before you withdraw from classes. The Federal Refund Policy affects students receiving federal financial aid and withdrawing from all classes. Withdrawal most likely will result in a balance owed to Wright State University.What if I am receiving Financial Aid?
Students receiving financial aid are still eligible for the student installment payment plan. The total amount of financial aid that is approved by the Office of Financial Aid is deducted before the amount of your payments is determined. The first payment cannot be paid by your financial aid. If the amount of term financial aid received exceeds the amount which is owed on your account, a refund check will be mailed or electronically deposited to you as outlined on the financial aid award letter
For more information about financial aid, please visit the Financial Aid Web site.What are the enrollment periods and subsequent payment due dates for the Payment Plan?
Available August 1 through August 31
First payment Due: August 15 or at enrollment with $75 non-refundable application fee
Second Payment Due: September 15
Third Payment Due: October 15
Fourth Payment Due: November 15
Available September 1 through October 14
First payment Due: September 15 or at enrollment with $75 non-refundable application fee
Second Payment Due: October 15
Third Payment Due: November 15
Available December 1 through December 31
First payment Due: December 15 or at enrollment with $75 non-refundable application fee
Second Payment Due: January 15
Third Payment Due: February 15
Fourth Payment Due: March 15
Available January 1 through February 14
First payment Due: January 15 or at enrollment with $75 non-refundable application fee
Second Payment Due: February 15
Third Payment Due: March 15
Available April 1 through April 30
First payment Due: April 15 or at enrollment with $40 non-refundable application fee
Second Payment Due: May 15
Third Payment Due: June 15
Fourth Payment Due: July 15
Available May 1 through June 14
First payment Due: May 15 or at enrollment with $40 non-refundable application fee
Second Payment Due: June 15
Third Payment Due: July 15
Office of the Bursar
For student assistance, please contact Raider Connect:
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Student Loan Collections: Monday–Friday 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
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