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Yes. Students can apply to enroll in the Employer Deferred Payment Plan. If the student is approved the amount the Employer will pay is due 30 days after the semester ends. The amount the student is responsible for is due at the beginning of the semester.
You need to submit the Application and Promissory Note for Employer Deferment Payment Plan and the Employer Tuition Benefit Verification Form for each semester. The forms need to be submitted no earlier than three weeks prior to the semester and no later than the third week of the semester.
No, only Student’s whose employer’s tuition reimbursement program is contingent on receiving grades before the employee is reimbursed. Students must submit the Application and Promissory Note for Employer Deferment Payment Plan and the Employer Tuition Benefit Verification Form and be approved.
A payment plan enrollment fee of $50 is due when you enroll into the plan. This fee is non-refundable.
Yes, you have to apply and be approved each semester. The $50 payment plan fee is charged each semester you use the payment plan.
Once the application and verification form is reviewed you will be notified via your WMU email address of your approval or denial. If approved, you will have one week from the date of the email to enroll in the payment plan online. A $50 fee is due when enrolling into the payment plan, the payment method used to make the $50 payment will also be used for payment 30 days after the end of the semester. The University will AUTOMATICALLY charge your bank account or credit/debit card for the amount of tuition and fees due 30 days after the semester ends. All credit or debit card transactions are subject to the convenience of 2.75% or $3, whichever is larger.
The student, not the employer, is responsible for timely payment of this loan. The loan is due in full 30 days after the end of the semester, regardless of employer reimbursement.
Any future classes may be dropped and the balance may be sent to a Third Party Collection agency with collection fees added to the balance.
In order to be removed from the payment plan, payment in full with certified funds would need to be received.
Only tuition and fees (ie class fees and mandatory fees) will be enrolled in the payment plan.
Yes. Applications must be received no later than the third week of the semester. If approved you will have one week to enroll in the payment plan.