Current Students

Current and Returning Students SIMON Portal

The Financial Aid Office’s Student Inquiry Module Online, or SIMON, is a web-based service for accessing financial aid application and award information. This system is available through the WesPortal. The SIMON portal is located within the Financial Aid & Student Accounts section located under the Offices & Services section.

First Time Applying for Aid as a Current Student?


If you would like to apply for financial aid for the first time, students must email the Financial Aid Office using their Wesleyan email address to advise of the change.


Renewing Financial Aid

Financial aid awards for U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and DACA/Undocumented students are made for one academic year at a time; a new application for aid is required annually.

More about Renewal of Aid

Your Student Account

The Student Accounts Office, located on the 1st Floor of North College, is responsible for the billing and collection of tuition, fees and miscellaneous charges that students incur while attending Wesleyan.

A Student Account Statement from Wesleyan University is rendered monthly detailing charges and indicating the amount currently due and payable. Students can access account information through their WesPortal at any time. The initial Student Account Statement for fall semester is issued in July. The amount due from the family, after subtracting actual or tentative financial aid credits, must be paid within 30 days.

The Student Account Statement for spring semester is issued in January and is due within 30 days. Students are not permitted to complete the enrollment process for either semester until the balances due on their accounts have been satisfied. Interim Student Account Statements will be sent each month new charges are applied to the student account. These balances are also due within 30 days.

  • Billable vs. Nonbillable Charges

    Billable (direct expenses):
    Tuition, Fees, Food and Housing, etc.

    Nonbillable Charges (indirect expenses):
    Personal Expenses, Travel, Books & Supplies, etc. 

    Your contribution for the year can go towards either or both billable and nonbillable charges
  • Late Payment Penalty

    A $200 penalty may be charged if accounts are not satisfied within 30 days of the billing date.

  • Refund Policies

    Student Account Refunds of Credit Balances

    Parents may request refunds of PLUS loan credit balances by writing to the Student Accounts Office at Student requested refunds are required for any other type of credit balance. Refunds are not processed for anticipated credits due to pending financial aid or expected loan disbursements.

    Refund Request Form