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Current Costs of Enrollment
Students should refer to the PennWest University website at: pennwest.edu and choose the campus you are attending for current costs of enrollment and detailed billing and payment information.
Student invoices (bills) are not mailed to students. Students can view and print their electronic invoices (bills) via the Student Accounts Portal my.pennwest.edu. Approximately 30 days prior to the start of the fall and spring semester. Billing for summer and winter semesters is typically 15 days prior to the start of classes. Students are billed each term (i.e. summer, fall, winter and spring) and payment is expected by the Friday before classes begin each semester.
Monthly Payment Plan
During a regular semester, the monthly payment can be divided into 5,4, or 3 payments of the total charges for the semester, minus any financial aid. A non-refundable payment plan fee of $40 per semester will be charged to your student account. The budget amount includes tuition, fees, room and board for the current semester. If financial aid is awarded after the payment plan has been set up, you must continue to make regular payments until the aid is applied and the balance is paid in full. Your budget will adjust accordingly for payment received on your account. The payments are due by the 10th of each month. Once registered for the payment plan, installment reminders will be sent to the student’s email and to authorized users monthly; no paper statements will be generated.
Register for the Payment Plan Online:
Students - Visit the MyPennWest Portal, click on Student Account Portal and then click the “Enroll in Payment Plan” button. Then select “term”. You can now select the plan you would like to utilize.
Authorized Users - Parents and guests must first be authorized by students to use the above-mentioned online payment plan options. Students can complete this authorization online via their myPennWest account in their Student Accounts Portal located on the Student “Quick Links” tile. Select the “Authorized Users” on the right side of the page. Complete all of the steps on the “Add Authorized User” screens. After you enter the “user’s” information, the “authorized user” will receive emails with the access codes and directions for logging in to the PennWest University Authorized Payment Processor” system where they can make a payment to your student account & view account details with your discretion. Make sure you select the authorization you wish to grant the “User.”
Pennwest University Book Voucher
The book voucher fund is an interest-free fund that students may utilize for educational books and supplies purchased at the University bookstore at each campus. Students must have excess financial aid to cover the cost of the books and be enrolled in a degree seeking program at least half-time (6 credits). Students must be in good standing with the university. Voucher amount may vary, but are typically restricted to no more than $500. Book vouchers are typically available two weeks before classes begin with the exception of winter intersession, the book voucher program is not available for winter. If the student withdraws or has changes in their financial aid package, the student is responsible for paying the book voucher back to the university. If the voucher is not paid in a timely manner, a registration hold will be placed on the student’s account until the balance is paid.