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Payment of tuition and fees is due three
weeks prior to the beginning of each term. If you anticipate that your
financial aid is not going to cover your entire balance, you may choose
one of the following to cover any remaining balances:
- You may pay your total balance owing via check made payable to Whitworth
and sent directly to the university's cashier or via e-check by accessing
WhitNet or any other Whitworth University website that allows the online
processing of payments for tuition and fees. You may also pay with a
debit card, in person, at the cashier's window in McEachran Hall. Please note that e-check transactions are subject to a $1 convenience fee charged at the time the transaction is processed.
- You may charge the total balance owing on a credit card** by accessing any Whitworth University website
that allows the online processing of payments for tuition and fees.
- You may choose to participate in our interest-free monthly payment
plan with automatic deductions from your
savings/checking bank account. The cost for this service is a nominal
$45 for the year or $35 per semester.
*Please note that credit-card transactions will be subject to a convenience fee of 3.5 percent plus $1, charged to
the cardholder at the time the transaction is processed.
Whitworth accepts payments from all prepaid tuition plans. Funds are applied directly against any balances owing. Following your state's protocols, simply request the amount you wish to withdraw and have the funds sent directly to Whitworth. They will be applied to the student's account.
Veterans: For questions concerning education
benefits, please contact the Whitworth Registrar's Office at
Submission of registration/withdrawal forms to Whitworth University obligates
the student for payment of applicable tuition and fees, including a 1.5
percent per month finance charge that may be assessed on unpaid balances
(including finance charges previously assessed), as well as any subsequent
collection expenses and fees (including, but not limited to attorney fees, collection fees, court costs, and other out-of-pocket expenses), and implies acceptance of the university's
financial policies. It is the student's responsibility to pay his/her
bill timely and to ensure that his/her registration/withdrawal is correctly
processed throughout the term. Please be aware that billing rates may
change if your registration status changes. Students with financial aid that is not finalized or with account balances that have not been adequately covered by a payment plan by the end of the first month of the semester may be withdrawn from the university.
For further information, please see our Financial
Policies and our schedule of Tuition