Tuition, room and board, and other special fees for the Fall 2020 semester are due on August 1, 2020. If you’re unable to make the full payment you must sign up for a payment plan prior to August 1st.
Westminster College accepts check, electronic check, cashier’s check, traveler’s check, American Express, Discover, MasterCard, and Visa. All credit card transactions will be charged a 2.5% processing fee. Westminster does not accept cash at this time.
If you have any questions about payments and payment plans, contact Student Account Services.
Ways to Pay
You can pay tuition online with an electronic check or accepted credit card through Self-Service using your Westminster login and password.
For electronic check (ACH) payments, you must provide the routing number, bank account number, and check number.
Pay in Person
To pay in person, visit the cashier's window on the ground floor of Bamberger Hall.
Pay by Mail
You can pay tuition by mailing a check to:
1840 South 1300 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84105
Please note the student's name and student ID number with the payment so it can be applied to the account correctly.
Refunds and Overpayments
Overpayment of account balances is highly discouraged. If a payment is $3,000 or more over the amount billed for the semester, the over payment amount will be applied as a prepayment to the following term. Refunds may be given for amounts less than $3,000 once per term if requested in writing. No refunds will be given until after the semester add/drop date for your program.
To meet the diverse financial needs of Westminster students and families, monthly payment plans are available. We also offer an employer reimbursement option. Payment plans must be in place on or before the first day of a given semester. You must renew your payment plan each semester you attend Westminster.
Failure to Pay
Failure to make satisfactory payments on any payment plan can result in being removed from the plan, the entire balance being due in full, or the assessment of a 1% interest charge on the last day of each month until the balance is paid in full. Failure to make payments can also result in dropped classes and holds on transcripts and diplomas.
Students sometimes face circumstances or situations that prevent them from finishing a course or semester. A committee meets monthly to examine petitions made by students regarding full or partial charges of tuition and fees.
A student's petition, which includes a detailed letter and appropriate documentation, can be submitted to any member of the committee in the following offices: