Student Accounts

PAYMENT METHODS

Personal Payments

E-Check

E-Check is a convenient, online way to debit a bank account directly.  This can be accomplished utilizing the Wesleyan E-Billing system. 

Quick links to E-Billing
Authorized Payer (aka parent, etc)
Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students
GLSP Students
Alumni

Personal Check or Money Order

The University accepts personal checks and money orders, which should be made payable to "Wesleyan University."  List the student's name and Wesleyan ID on the front of the check.  Please send your payment directly to the Student Accounts Office, 237 High Street, Middletown, Ct  06459.  Returned checks are subject to a $30 fee.

Credit Cards

Wesleyan University does not accept credit card payments for undergraduate or graduate student bills.

International Payments

Wesleyan has partnered with peerTransfer to streamline the process of international payments.  peerTransfer allows you to pay securely from any country and any bank, generally in your home currency.  By making payment with peerTransfer you can track your payments from start to finish, save on bank fees and exhange rates in over 48 currencies and contact their multilingual custmer support team with any questions. 
Click here to begin the payment process.

Wire Transfers

Please contact the Student Accounts Office directly at student-accounts@wesleyan.edu for information relating to wire transfers.

In-Person Cash Payments

U.S. currency is only accepted in-person at the Student Accounts Office.  Payment by cash requires that the payee provide photo ID and completion of IRS form 8300.

Payment Plan and Loans

There are alternative options to the lump sum payments on the semester due dates. Information about these options is available from the Student Accounts Office (for the Monthly Payment Plan) or the Financial Aid Office (for loans) or can be found online at: www.wesleyan.edu/finaid/financing/financing.html

Monthly Payment Plan

This is an interest-free, 5-month plan each semester administered by Tuition Management Systems (TMS). The plan begins August 1 for fall semester and January 1 for spring semester with payment due the first of every month through May.  There is a $45 application fee per semester.  TMS accepts payment by check or auto-debit for undergraduates.  International students may utilize the plan via wire transfer.  Inquiries about international wire transfers should be made to TMS at the number below.
Enrollment for 2013-14 begins July 1 at afford.com or by calling (800) 722-4867. 

Various Loan Options

Information about Federal Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) and other alternative loan sources for parents and students can be found on the financial aid website.

For reference, download the Guide to Paying Your Bill.