PAYMENT FOR THE FALL 2016 SEMESTER IS DUE NOW
However, due to the many financial issues WVU students have faced this summer, including students affected by recent flooding in the southern region of the state, a late payment fee will not be assessed until September 2. We are working to help these students by reviewing their financial aid eligibility based on the family’s current financial situation. Students impacted by the flooding who would like their aid eligibility reevaluated can submit a Review of Financial Hardship Due to Natural Disaster.
Important notice for students regarding a change in fall 2016 semester billing policies:
Starting with the fall 2016 semester, students will no longer be automatically removed from classes for non-payment. This means you MUST withdraw from your courses if you do not plan on returning for the fall semester. If you remain registered for courses you do not attend, you will incur financial responsibility for the courses, even if you do not attend the classes. Please withdraw from your courses prior to the fall semester or you will be responsible for a bill.
NEW REFUND PROCESSEffective July 1, refunds will be processed through Tuition Management Systems (TMS). If you are registered for fall, you will receive an email to your MIX with instructions on how to sign up for direct deposit. Your existing preferences in the old system through PNC will no longer be effective after June 30. Visit studentaccounts.wvu.edu/refunds for more information or to sign up!
FLOODING IN WEST VIRGINIA
Students whose financial circumstances have been adversely affected by a natural disaster are encouraged to submit the form for a Review of Financial Hardship Due to Natural Disaster. We will do our best to help students through this difficult time by ensuring they are receiving the maximum amount of financial aid available to them for educational expenses. If students have questions, they can reach us at 304-293-1988 or email@example.com. We are here to help!
STUDENT LOAN BORROWERS AND NATURAL DISASTERS
If you are currently repaying Federal Direct Student Loans and have been negatively impacted by a natural disaster, you may qualify for administrative forbearance of loan repayment for a period of up to three months. Contact your loan servicer immediately regarding your options! Please note that interest is still charged during periods of forbearance.
TIPS ON REVIEWING YOUR AID OFFER
West Virginia University believes the talents and ambitions of our young people are among the most valuable resources this nation possesses. With this thought in mind, the University continues to promote scholarship, grant, loan, and employment opportunities for its students who need financial assistance to make college attendance a reality. This site is intended to acquaint present and prospective students with financial resources available and to assist them in obtaining the financial aid they may need.