Business Office Frequently Asked Questions
Q. When is the invoice due and where do I send payment?
A. The invoice is due July 15 for fall semester, and December 15 for spring semester. Payment should be sent to the Business Office. Invoices must be paid in full in order to register for classes.
Q. What if I want to make ‘monthly’ payments?
A. The College will only accept ‘monthly’ payments made through Tuition Management Systems. You should call TMS (800-722-4867) to set up a program or follow this link. If your payment plan is ‘current’, you will not be assessed a finance charge on the unpaid balance covered by your payment plan.
Q. What if I want to pay by credit/debit card?
A. Wabash offers online credit/debit card payments, or you may pay in person or by telephone. We accept VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover. Click here to make an on-line payment.
Q. If I have a credit balance, when will I be paid?
A. Credit balances will be available by check after you have attended your first class and been ‘counted’ in the census. You may pick up your check at the Business Office. If your statement shows "pending financial aid" or "expected" payment plan monies, these funds are not available until after the College receives the actual payment.
Parent PLUS Loans are refunded to the parent unless we have written instructions to refund the monies to the student. Such instructions may be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Q. I think the loan amount shown on my statement is not correct.
A. Questions about loans should be addressed to your lender or the Financial Aid Office at (800) 718-9746.
Q. Is my housing and meal plan included on my tuition statement?
A. We bill all living units (including fraternities)--click here for basic charge information. If you have questions about housing or board assignments, call Sherry Ross at (765) 361-6310.
Q. Who may access student accounts?
A. In order to comply with FERPA (Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act), Wabash may only provide information to students and ‘custodial’ parents.