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Paying Your Tuition and Fees

WSU Does Not Mail Billing Statements for Tuition

To view your account balance and pay your tuition, log in to myWSU. See the Finances section on the left of your myWSU home page.

Fall and Spring semester tuition is due on the first day of the semester.

For Summer semester, tuition due dates are tied to course start dates; a late fee will be assessed if tuition is not paid by the nearest due date after your course begins.

See Tuition Late Payment Fees for late payment penalty dates.




Methods of Payment

  • Electronic Check: The university strongly recommends utilizing an electronic check as there is no fee and the process is simple. More information.

  • Visa/American Express/Discover/MasterCard: View and pay your tuition online by Visa, American Express, Discover or MasterCard in myWSU; see the Campus Finances section on the left for a link to view your balance and make payments.
    Note: A 2.5% service fee will be charged. Payers will see two transactions post to their credit card; one for the payment of tuition and fees, and one for the service fee (statement description will read "Official Pymts Svc Fee").

  • Check/Money Order: Please include your WSU Student ID number and mail your payment made out to "Washington State University" in U.S. dollars to the WSU University Receivables Office address:

    University Receivables Office
    Washington State University
    342 French Ad Bldg
    PO Box 641039
    Pullman WA 99164-1039

  • Financial Aid/Scholarships/State Grant: When financial aid funds are released, current tuition and fee charges posted to a student's account are paid in full; any residual funds then are distributed to the student.

  • Veterans’ Benefits: VA benefits, including the Montgomery GI Bill, Vocational Rehabilitation, and spouse/dependent benefits, can be used to pay for distance courses for students who meet specific benefit requirements. Complete information about benefits and their requirements and the forms necessary for filing are available on the WSU Office of VA website.

  • Company/Organization Payment: If a company or government agency is paying tuition on behalf of a student, please direct them to forward the necessary paperwork to the following address:

    University Receivables Office
    Washington State University
    342 French Ad Bldg
    PO Box 641039
    Pullman WA 99164-1039

    This will authorize a credit to the student's account and the company/agency will be billed by the University.

    Please be sure your name and WSU student ID number are included.

    NOTE: Students are responsible for payment of any posted charges in excess of financial aid or other benefits (e.g., veterans), and are subject to meeting payment deadlines (see Academic Calendar)

    Payment of excess charges, if any, can be made by check/money order or credit card.



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