The Cashier’s Office exists for the students, faculty, and staff of The University of Virginia’s College at Wise. We strive to provide the best customer service to all of our constituents with efficiency and accuracy. Please feel free to stop by during our working hours, meet our staff, and acquaint yourself with our many services.
Hours of Operation
2nd Floor, Room 204
The University of Virginia’s College at Wise is pleased to offer a Tuition Payment Plan online beginning with the Spring 2016 Semester. The “worry free” alternative to lump sum tuition payments! Designed to assist students and families in paying education expenses to UVA-Wise, the payment plan enables you to spread educational expenses over easy installments.
- It’s convenient…choose automatic debit from your bank account or automatic charge to our credit card…you don’t have to worry about sending in a check each month.
- It’s affordable…there is no interest charged on your UVA-Wise account and only a modest enrollment fee to participate!
- It’s easy…simply click here to enroll or call our the plan administrator Advanced Education Services at 800-551-2773, ext. 15. They will be happy to assist you!
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Commonly Asked Questions
Where do I apply for financial aid?
How do I receive it?
Apply for financial aid at the Office of Financial Aid and visit this office’s web site for complete information related to financial aid.
For convenience only, listed below are two of the most frequent “gotchas” that financial aid recipients encounter:
Calculating Balance Due– You may deduct from the balance due on your bill the semester award amount of any financial aid you are going to receive that semester if your file is complete with the Financial Aid office.
Unpaid Balances for Financial Aid Recipients– Please be aware that you are responsible for paying any difference between your total charges as was shown on your bill from the Cashier’s Office, and your financial aid. Any unpaid balances (between your total charges and aid package) will result in registration blocks and holds on your transcripts.
What is the refund schedule, if I elect to drop courses or withdraw from school?
Students who have paid fees and elect to drop courses or withdraw from all courses completely during a semester will be due a cancellation of fees either in full or pro-rated based on the following schedule:
(Excludes Title IV Refunds)
REFUND SCHEDULE FOR FALL AND SPRING SEMESTERS:
1st week of class 100% refund
2nd week of class 90% refund
3rd week of class 50% refund
4th week of class 25% refund
REFUND SCHEDULE FOR SUMMER:
1st two days of class 100% refund
3rd day of class 90% refund
4th & 5th day of class 80% refund
After the 5th day of class 0% refund
Please reach out to us with any questions:
Crockett Hall, Room 204