Knight Hall, Room 250
8:00am - 5:00pm
7:30am - 4:30pm
Phone: (307) 766-6232
Toll Free: 1-800-370-3188
Fax: (307) 766-3633
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
SUMMER 2015 PAYMENT DATES:
Payments for tuition and fees are due prior to the first day of a scheduled class for which you are registered regardless of whether or not you have received a bill in the mail. You may check on WyoWeb, with the Accounts Receivable Office (Room 250, Knight Hall) or the Cashier’s Office (west wing, Knight Hall) to determine how much you owe. On August 14, 2015, any outstanding balance for summer courses will be assessed interest at 1.5% per month and a hold may be placed on the account so that the student is unable to register or request transcripts.
FALL 2015 PAYMENT INSTALLMENT DATES:
There are several of ways to make payments to your student account.
Online via WyoWeb
-via an e-Check (ACH withdrawal) This is a FREE, online payment method.
-via Credit Card: VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express*
*You will be assessed a non-refundable 2.75 percent fee.
PLEASE SEE Credit Card Convenience Fees FAQ (at left) FOR IMPORTANT CHANGES STARTING JULY 1, 2015.
Cash or Check at the Cashiers Office, located in Knight Hall room 170
By Mail - to the Cashier's Office at the address listed in the information box below, left
8/4/15 - August Billing
Fall charges are available to view via WyoWeb on the August billing statement. Please remember if you make any changes to your schedule, this can affect your balance. Check your student account often.
Summer charges become past due after August 14th and may be assessed interest and/or the payment plan service charge. If you have outstanding charges with UW, an electronic bill reflecting these charges will be posted on your WyoWeb account each month, with email notification of the posting of the new bill. Substantially overdue bills are sent to a professional collection agency.
We are pleased to announce a new, simpler refunding process for all current and future students. You will need to follow the steps below to set up your direct deposit refund preference.
1. In WyoWeb, log into WyoRecords.
2. Once you are logged in, click on the "Student Account" tab.
3. Click the "WyoRefunds" tab. By clicking this you will be directed to the refund management site.
4. Enter your banking information and confirm. Once you have set this up all refunds will be directly deposited into your account.
Unless you change bank accounts, you will only have to set this up once. If you do not opt-in then you will receive a paper check to your last known mailing address, hopefully still an accurate address. This can take up to two weeks to receive a check.
WyoRefunds is a replacement for the HigherOne (Cowboy Card) process that is currently in place. Refunds will continue to be disbursed through HigherOne through June. Even if you made a selection (Cowboy Card, Direct Deposit or paper check) via HigherOne’s www.uwcowboycards.com you will need to make a new selection.
What else does Accounts Receivable do?
Your financial accounts for tuition and fees, room and board charges, telephone billing, returned checks (which can impact your check-writing privileges on campus), and miscellaneous charges are processed in the Accounts Receivable Office.
Tuition waivers and third party billing are processed here (529 plans, DVR, WIA, GoArmyEd, Air Force, High School Guests, and other miscellaneous entities).
Part-time students may purchase a benefit package which allows access to Student Health Services, athletic events, ASUW membership, gym access, and short-term student loan privileges.
If you have questions concerning your student account, we encourage you to contact the Accounts Receivable Office.
Contact: Accounts Receivable