Payment Options

Students can access account activity, billing statements, recent payments, as well as make payments and more through Wings Express via WINGS.  Also, students can give parents and others access to student account services - including online payment - by establishing an "Authorized User" through WINGS EXPRESS Student Fees link. Log in to WINGS, click on the WINGS Express icon toward the top of the page and select "Student and Financial Aid" and then "Student Fees".

All student payments, regardless of method, must be made by the payment deadline. Students with unpaid charges after the term begins will be subject to cancellation of their registrations.

Online

Online Payment Instructions

The preferred method for payment on student accounts is online through WINGS Express via WINGS. Once in WINGS, click on the WINGS Express icon toward the top of the page.  At the main menu for WINGS Express, click on “Student and Financial Aid” and then “Student Fees”.  When using the online method, payment options include:

  1. E-check
    An ACH debit entry from WSU will be processed on your checking/savings account.
  1. Debit Card
    Funds are deducted from your checking/savings account provided the transaction limit set by your bank is high enough to accommodate the student account payment.  Check with your financial institution to verify the daily debit limit and whether online debit cards are permitted transactions.
  1. Credit Card
    Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express are accepted online only for tuition payments.

Please Note: A 2.75% convenience fee is assessed to all credit card payments. 

International Student Payments

Wright State University has partnered with peerTransfer to offer an innovative and streamlined way to make international tuition payments. peerTransfer’s mission is to save international students and their families money that would otherwise be lost on bank fees and unfavorable foreign exchange rates. With peerTransfer, you can pay from any country and any bank. You are also offered excellent foreign exchange rates, allowing you to pay in your home currency (in most cases) and save a significant amount of money, as compared to traditional banks. In addition, the posting of the payment into your Wright State University account will be faster, you will be able to track where your payment is in the transfer process via a student dashboard, and you will be notified via email when it is deposited into our account.

The information below includes a summary and instructions.

Click or go to: wright.peertransfer.com to begin the payment process. Pay now with peer transfer

  • To get started, select the country from which your funds will be coming and the payment amount (in U.S. dollars) you wish to make to your student bill.
  • In most cases, the U.S. dollar amount will be converted into your home currency at preferential exchange rates, which will translate into savings for you.
  • After providing some basic information, you will visit your bank (via phone, online, or in person) to send funds from your local bank to peerTransfer.
  • peerTransfer will then convert the funds to U.S. dollars and forward the U.S. dollar amount to Wright State University, where it will be directly credited to your student billing account.
  • Through the peerTransfer student dashboard, you will be able to track where your payment is in the transfer process.
  • You will receive an email confirmation when your payment is deposited into Wright State University’s bank account.
  • No matter your time zone, you will have a dedicated multilingual customer support team available to you—reachable 24/7 via live chat, Skype, email, and phone—to answer any of your questions.

Visit today: wright.peertransfer.com

By Mail/In Person

Fees paid by mail must include a hard copy of the electronic billing statement (found on WINGS Express via WINGS) along with the payment.  Please include the student University ID# with the payment.  Payment options available to those using the by mail option include: check or money order (made payable to Wright State University), and third party sponsors.

Mailed payments should be addressed to:

Office of the Bursar
Wright State University
3640 Colonel Glenn Highway
Dayton, Ohio 45435-0001

In person payments can be made using the secure fee payment drop box located outside the Wright1 Card Office (055 Student Union) during Student Union building hours. All payments will be processed by the next business day, and receipt of the payment will be available on the student account in WINGS Express.

Lake Campus students can pay in person at the Student Services Office in Dwyer Hall.

Payment Plans

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Looking for an affordable way to pay for your educational costs? You can spread out the cost of your education by using one of our convenient Payment Plans.

 

Available Fall 2014: $10 application fee to enroll in 4-payment plan

Students registering for fall classes by August 31 can maintain their registration with just a 5% down payment if enrolled in the Payment Plan on or before August 31. The remaining balance will be divided into equal monthly installments with the last payment due in November. It's easy to sign up online and pay the down payment through WINGS/WINGS Express. Want to know more about our Payment Plans- just click the links below.

4-Payment Plan

  • Fees are due by August 15 if you registered for classes by August 15
  • Enroll online with a minimum 5 percent down (after financial aid) for your first installment payment (you have the option to pay more).
  • Current term charges are all eligible for this plan.
  • Installments 2, 3, and 4 are calculated by dividing the remaining balance into equal payments.
  • No interest added to the balance. Just pay a $10 application fee each time you enroll in the plan.
  • Accessing the payment plan is easy! Go to WINGS and enroll through WINGS Express.
  • Plan available through August 31 with subsequent payments due on the 15th of each month.*

*A $50 late payment fee will be assessed for each late installment.

3-Payment Plan

  • Enroll online with 33 percent down (after financial aid) for your first installment payment.
  • Current term charges are all eligible for this plan.
  • Installments 2 and 3 are calculated by dividing the remaining balance into equal payments.
  • No interest added to the balance. Just pay a $40 application fee each time you enroll in the plan.
  • Plan available September 1 - September 8 with subsequent payments due on the 15th of each month beginning in October.*

*A $50 late payment fee will be assessed for each late installment.

Students can also enroll by completing the Payment Plan Promissory Note (PDF) and mailing 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 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. Ask Raider Connect to find out more about the payment plan's terms and conditions.

Sponsored Student Payments

The billing is processed on a per term basis. A letter or contract must be presented to the University outlining the sponsor’s guarantee to pay. This authorization must not be contingent upon the student receiving a specific grade or upon a financial need status.

It is the policy of the University to protect our student’s right to confidentiality under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Sponsors must obtain information regarding grades, transcripts, course listings or other specific information directly from the student unless there is a student authorization to release grades and other information on file.

What is a Sponsored Student?


Sponsored students are students that require Wright State University to bill an outside sponsor for their tuition and fees while they attend the University. Fees can include technology fees, course fees, room/meal plan charges, student legal services fee, and/or health insurance.  A letter of authorization is required from the sponsoring agency expressly authorizing Wright State University to bill the sponsor directly for the student's expenses. A third party credit is applied to the student account each term for the covered expenses, which is  conditional upon the sponsor's payment.

What are the Sponsored Student's Responsibilities?

  •  It is the student’s responsibility to ensure the University is provided with a valid authorization letter (contract) from their sponsor before the appropriate due date to avoid cancellation of registration and/or late fees.
  • A sponsored student must monitor their student account status regularly. If the sponsor does not cover the total charges, it is the student’s responsibility to pay the balance owed.
  • Non-payment by the sponsor immediately becomes the responsibility of the student.
  • It is the student’s responsibility to know the duration of the sponsorship as listed in the authorization letter. The University will not notify a student when the sponsorship has expired.
  • Additional information required by the sponsor, including grades, transcripts, course(s) and other miscellaneous information, must be supplied by the student.
  • If questions arise concerning conditions of the sponsorship the student should contact the sponsor.
  • Students may submit agency/third party authorization forms through the 70% refund period of the following term, however; your fees must be paid from other resources by the fee payment deadline.

What are the Sponsor's Responsibilities?

Provide a letter or contract to Wright State University prior to the term fee payment deadline with the following information:

  • Student’s name and University ID number
  • Description of covered charges, which may include tuition, technology fee, course fees, room/meal plan charges, student legal services fee, and/or health insurance fees
  • Any dollar limitations on the covered charges