A Westminster Education is consistently recognized as one of the best values in the nation. To meet the diverse financial needs of our students and families we offer the flexibility of several different payment plans. All payment plans require a promissory note signed by the student on or before the first day of a given semester.
We are pleased to offer you these options and look forward to assisting you in financing a Westminster education. Please contact Student Account Services with any questions at 801.832.2120 or email email@example.com.
Please note that students are required to sign the promissory notes even if they are not the party that is planning on making the payments. Students must renew their payment plans by signing a new promissory note for each semester they attend.
Payment Plan Calculator
Westminster students should use this payment plan calculator to identify their estimated balance and payments for the various plans. This is only an ESTIMATED monthly payment amount. Final payment plans and amounts will be calculated by the Student Account Services Office.
Please note that the Stafford Loans and Plus Loans have an origination fee that is withheld by the lender. To find out how much yours is please contact the lender or the Financial Aid Office.
We offer four different payment plans:
Employer Reimbursement Plan
- Available to students who are reimbursed for tuition by their employers.
Employer Reimbursement Verification form must be signed by the student
and co-signed by the employer each academic year. This is in addition to
the promissory note signed by the student.
- Payment of semester balance is extended for three weeks after
grades for the semester are available. Payment must be made on or
before the due date to remain eligible for this plan.
- Interest 1/2% per month (6% per annum) assessed the last business day of each month on the remaining balance until paid in full.
- Sign-up prior to the first week of a semester.
- A promissory note is required for each academic year!
Failure to make satisfactory payments on the payment plans can result in being
removed from the plan, the entire balance due in full, and the
assessment of 1% interest charge on the last day of each month until the
balance is paid in full. Failure to make payment can also result in
dropped classes and holds on transcripts and diplomas.
Payment Plan Request Form