General Student Information
- Student's Rights and Responsibilities
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
- Student Drug and Alcohol Policy
- Equality in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA)
- Disability Accommodation Policy
- Annual Security Report
- Study Abroad
- Job Placement
- Student Retention and Graduation Rates
- Graduate and Professional Education Opportunites for Undergraduates
- Student Diversity
- Consumer Information
- Athletic Student Retention and Graduation Rates
- Goals for Student Achievement
- Financial Responsibility Policy
Financial Aid Information
I understand that once I am registered and enrolled in classes at Texas Wesleyan University, a contractual financial obligation to pay tuition and fees is created. I acknowledge that all financial transactions including, but not limited to, tuition based on registration, fees, housing, and dining, will be posted to my account and the university will extend classes and services to me in anticipation of payment.
I assume full responsibility for either, paying tuition and fees in full by the prescribed due date, or I will notify Texas Wesleyan University by the payment due date.. This includes giving notice of dropping courses, or officially withdrawing from the university. I understand that my registration is not automatically cancelled for non-attendance of classes and it is solely my responsibility to notify the university if I am not attending. Failure to do so may result in financial charges to my account.
I agree that all communication regarding this financial commitment, including my official 1098-T tax form, will be conducted through university email, or Ramlink or Web Portal, but if I fail to respond, I give permission to the university to contact me by other means so that the university may address collection of the account.
The Texas Education Code section 54.007 states that students have the following options for paying tuition and fees for fall and spring semesters.
- Full payment of tuition and fees not later than the date set by the university.
- Payment in installments under one or more payment plans options for fall and spring semesters.
A student who fails to make full payment of tuition and fees, including any incidental fees, by the due date may be prohibited from registering for classes until full payment is made. A student who fails to make full payment prior to the end of the semester or term may be denied credit for the work done that semester or term.
Further, I acknowledge that registering and enrolling in classes constitutes a financial obligation between me and Texas Wesleyan University for my educational purposes, and any unpaid balance constitutes an educational loan for which I am obligated to pay.
I authorize the agents or contractors of Texas Wesleyan University, including collection agencies, to contact me regarding any unpaid student accounts or any balance owed to Texas Wesleyan University, at my personal email, phone/s, whether cell, wireless, or other devices, using automated telephone dialing equipment, voice recording, text messages, or personal contact.
I understand that my unpaid balances will result in financial holds on my student records. I will remain responsible for unpaid balance, and will be responsible for collection fees, and/or subsequent reasonable attorney’s fees and court costs. I understand that the choice of law for the enforcement of this agreement shall be the statutes and laws of the State of Texas.
I agree that the electronic signature created when I engage the "I agree" button below represents my contract with Texas Wesleyan University.
For currently enrolled students please log onto Ramlink to complete this form online.