WITC Payment Information & Deadlines
Summer 2017 Term Fees Due May 30, 2017If your financial aid, third party authorization, or personal payment does not fully cover your tuition and fee charges, you must pay the balance or make satisfactory payment arrangements by May 30, 2017. You will be dropped from your classes on June 5, 2017, unless satisfactory payment arrangements are made.
WITC Payment Options
Note that when registering for classes you are encouraged to have anticipated financial aid, a Payment Plan in place, or an agency authorization on file. Please review the Tuition and Fee Payment Policy to determine the deadline when financial aid, a payment plan or an agency authorization needs to be in place. Failure to do so by the deadline dates may cause you to be dropped from your classes.
Option 1: Payment PlanA payment plan allows you to make 2 installments on a qualifying tuition balance of $300 or more and must be completed by May 30, 2017. The Payment Plan is considered a loan with installments due June 21, and July 19, 2017.
Students 18 years of age or older, sign up for Payment Plan online
Read "How to sign up for a payment plan"
- Log on to MyWITC
- Go to: "Student Center" & "eAccount Management"
- You will need to enter your ID and password again and click "Login Now."
- Click on the Enroll in Payment Plan tab and continue through the prompts.
Determine How You Want to Make Installment Payments
- Automatic Payments: Sign up for Payment Plan online and select "yes" to schedule automatic payments to be made electronically by credit/debit card or eCheck. There is no additional fee for this service.
- Manual Payments: Sign up for a Payment Plan online and select “no” to refuse automatic payments. You must make your installment payment on or before the due dates. Your payment methods are listed under Option 4.
Sign up for Payment Plan in Person (Students under the age of 18 with parent/guardian signature.)
- Complete the Payment Plan in person at your campus Student Services Office and manually make the payments by the scheduled due dates. Your payment methods are listed under Option 4.
Option 2: Financial Aid Recipients
- If you have a completed financial aid file and anticipated aid greater than your balance by May 30, 2017, your tuition will be deferred to your anticipated aid.
- If you do not have a completed financial aid file and do not have anticipated aid greater than your balance, you will need to select another payment option by May 30, 2017.
Option 3: Defer Your Fees to an Authorized Agency/Company
- An authorization must be on file at the time of registration or before May 30, 2017.
Option 4: Pay Your Tuition in Full by May 30, 2017
- Pay in full online using eCheck or credit/debit card at the time of online registration (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, JCB, China Union Pay, or Diners Club only).
- Pay in full in person using cash, check, money order, or credit/debit card at the Campus Business Office.
Option 5: New Registrants beginning May 30, 2017
- The Payment Plan may be available through July 5, 2017. You will be required to make the past installment payment(s).
- Options 2, 3 and 4 are also available.
Important Dates to Remember
Please Note: You may not receive a bill prior to the payment due date. Go to your MyWITC Student Center to view your account balance.
|May 30||Payment arrangements must be in place. You will be dropped from your classes if you have not signed up for the payment plan, paid your balance in full, submitted an authorization from an agency/company, or completed the financial aid paperwork.|
|Summer Term 2017|
|June 21||Installment 1 of Payment Plan due|
|July 19||Installment 2 of Payment Plan due|
|NOTE: If payments are not received by the payment plan due dates, a hold will be placed on your account. No further enrollments in current and future terms will be allowed, grade reports or degrees will not be processed, and requests for official transcripts will be denied until balance due is paid in full. Unpaid accounts may be turned over to the Wisconsin State Debt collection agency and/or the Department of Revenue Taxpayer Refund Intercept Program (TRIP). When unpaid accounts are turned over to collections or TRIP, students are liable for the unpaid balance plus any collection costs.
If checks are returned for insufficient funds or other reason, your student account will be assessed an additional $25 fee.