Billing Information

UMW emails the initial semester eBill notifications during the first two weeks of July for the Fall semester and during the month of November for the Spring semester. The payment due dates are listed on the eBill. After the initial semester eBills, the billing cycle continues periodically throughout the semester for anyone with a balance. Please note that students expecting prepaid education funds, third party payments, student loans or are on a University approved payment plan – will continue to receive an eBill until all funds are received. It is the students responsibility to make sure the expected funds are enough to cover the balance due.

Authorized Payers – parents, guardians, and others signed up as Authorized Payers login here to view your student’s bill

Students – follow the steps below to view your bill.
- Log into your EagleNET Portal
– Click on Accounts and Financial Aid from the drop down menu
– Click on EaglePAY
– Click on View Accounts
– Click on Current Statement

All eBills are accessible thru EaglePAY and eBill notifications are sent via email to the students’ UMW email account. Students have the option to add several Authorized Payers to their Student Account through EaglePAY. Each Authorized Payer will also receive an eBill email notification at the time bills are generated. Authorized Payers have their own user ID and password to be able to access the student bills. Students who wish to add an Authorized Payer may do so by following  the steps below.

– Log into your EagleNET Portal
– Click on Accounts and Financial Aid from the drop down menu
– Click on EaglePAY
– Click on Authorized Payer to add one

Payments for non-degree registration are due upon registering.

Late Fee

Failure to meet payment deadlines will result in a 10% late penalty (up to $250). Checks returned for insufficient funds or due to a stop payment will be considered as nonpayment and therefore subject to the late fee. Additionally, a $50.00 service fee will be charged for all returned checks.

Returned Checks

A $50.00 service fee will be charged for all returned checks/ACH payments. If your check/ACH payment is dishonored or returned for any reason, we will electronically debit your account for the amount of the check/ACH payment  plus the $50.00 service fee.

Withdrawal Information

Contact the Registrar’s Office immediately if you are not planning to attend the upcoming semester. The telephone number is (540) 654-1063. Failure to meet published withdrawal deadlines may result in a financial penalty. Additionally, failure to pay tuition and mandatory fees does not constitute a cancellation of the student’s schedule or a withdrawal from the University.

Important Note: Students cancelling all of their classes for the semester are withdrawing from the University and MUST contact the Office of the Registrar. Students are not able to withdraw from the University online.

Responsibility for Payment

Payment of all University education expenses is the responsibility of the student. If a student fails to pay an amount owed, state law allows the University to assess an administrative fee and late payment penalty. Further, all past-due accounts will be submitted to a private collection agency or the Attorney General’s Office for collection as well as credit bureau reporting. The University will recover all collection fees and attorney’s fees from delinquent debtors.

Refunds for Credit Balances

Refunds for credit balances on students’ accounts are issued to the student. Students have the option to either enroll in direct deposit, or receive paper checks. When school is in session during the Fall and Spring semesters all check refunds are sent to the students’ campus mailbox. If the student does not have a campus mailbox the check refund will be mailed to the home address. Students can check in their EagleNET portal for their campus mailbox number and combination. Refunds issued during the summer semesters are mailed to the home address.

Students can choose to receive refunds directly into their bank accounts via direct deposit.  Direct deposit can help avoid the additional delay in mailing a check and the inconvenience of checking your campus box. To sign up for direct deposit, please follow the instructions below. Students will receive an email when funds are transmitted, but keep in mind that it may take 3 – 4 business days from the time of transmittal and email for the funds to be deposited into your account.

– Log into your EagleNET Portal
– Click on Accounts and Financial Aid from the drop down menu
– Click on Maintain Refund Direct Deposit Info
– Enter Your Bank Information