Payment Due Dates & Options
Payment Due Dates
Registration dates and payment due dates are below. Tuition and fees must be paid in full (see Option 1) or payment set up through a tuition payment plan (see Option 2).
The first bill for Spring 2017 classes will be sent around December 5, 2016. Payment in full (see Option 1 below) or a payment plan (see Option 2 below) is required no later than January 6, 2017 or your Spring 2017 classes will be dropped.
|Registration Dates||Payment Due Dates|
|Before May 4, 2016||May 20, 2016|
|After May 4, 2016||At time of enrollment|
Payment in full
- Payment in full by cash, check or debit card in the Business Office.
- Payment in full by credit card online through student GoldLink web access.
- Payment in full by financial aid. (Financial aid must be processed and approved by payment deadline. If financial aid is not processed, payment in full or enrollment in the payment plan is required.)
Payment through tuition payment plan
A $50 fee is assessed per term to enroll in the payment plan. Enrollment must be done online through GoldLink. In GoldLink, select the Financial Aid and Billing tab and go to Paying for College and select Student Bill Inquiry and Payment Options. Click on “I agree”, and select the payment plan tab at the top of the page. The enrollment fee is due at the time the plan is established.
The tuition payment plan allows the student to make payments on the balance of the account (after all applicable financial aid has been applied) during the semester. Notifications of billing statements are e-mailed to your Missouri Western e-mail address for accounts with outstanding balances. Students enrolled in the payment plan will not be permitted to preregister for a future semester until their account is paid in full.
Failure to pay your account in full or enroll in the payment plan by the due date will result in a late fee of $100. It is the responsibility of the student to notify the Registrar’s Office in writing, if attendance plans change. Failure to do so will result in the student being assessed grades for all courses and full financial obligation for tuition and fees.