Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Have a question about making your student account payments or about Texas Wesleyan payment plans? Check out our list of frequently asked questions.
If you have a "credit" or excess payment on your student account and qualify for a refund,* you can now set up a Direct Deposit to your banking account. How to Enroll in Direct Deposit
Simply choose the Direct Deposit link located under the Cashier's Office heading on Ramlink, then:
- Select Banking information
- Select add an account
- Select the next button
- Enter your banking information, read the terms and conditions and then click the "agree" button.
Then you're done! You will be able to view your account in Ramlink. If you see the "not-verified" warning, don't panic. We'll send a zero deposit to verify information. Once that clears, the warning will disappear. You will also receive an automated notice of the deposit.
It could take up to five (5) days, so don't wait until the last minute or you may receive a paper check instead of it deposited into your bank account.
*Refunds due to Parent Plus loans that the parent set up to receive the refund, will be issued as a paper check to the parent.
The Texas Wesleyan Cashier's Office is completely online. You can access your account balance, 1098T, student statements and other information through Ramlink. Payment reminders and other important account information is sent to your University email account.
Payment Plan Frequently Asked Questions
You can make a full or partial payment online for a term payment by first logging into Ramlink. From there you can view your statement and then select the "make a payment" link.
For additional help, follow these easy instructions: How to Make a Single Payment
Or you can mail a payment to the Cashiers Office at:
1201 Wesleyan Street
Fort Worth, TX 76105
ATTN: Cashier's Office
You can also stop by the Cashier’s Office on the 3rd floor of the Oneal-Sells Administration Building to make a payment in-person. You can pay at the counter with cash or a check. Our team is happy to help if you have any questions.
The Cashier's Office will not take payments over the phone.
Please allow 7-10 business days mailing time to ensure payment is received on or before the payment due date, or you can pay online for the current semester with e-Cashier. If you pay online, you'll be able to see the payment in a couple of hours on your student statement.
Payment is due by the payment due dates, which is one week prior to the start date for the semester.
You must pay in full or set up a payment plan while you await your financial aid award if it will be after the payment due date. For more info, please read "What if I receive additional financial Aid?"
If you have a guarantee from a third party to pay tuition (such as Texas Tomorrow Fund, DARS or Veterans benefits), you must contact the Cashier's Office each semester and give them verification. The student assumes all responsibility to ensure that their account is paid even if they have a guarantee from a third party.*
*If you are being reimbursed by your employer once you receive a passing grade (or other stipulations), you are responsible for paying the charges by the due date for the term(s) in which you are enrolled. The university does not defer tuition and fees on these types of agreements.
Your tuition payment plan will automatically update as your balance increases, decreases or if payment is no longer necessary. If payment is no longer necessary the school will send an update periodically to the payment plan provider.
Please know updates are subject to processing times from Texas Wesleyan University and the payment plan provider.
Enrolling in an Installment Plan only takes a few minutes. Login to Ramlink and select "Set Up Payment Plan"
- Select a Plan: View your available plans and select one that meets your budget.
- Choose your Plan: Enter the plan you wish to enroll in and view the due dates and amounts.
- Accept Terms: Review the terms and conditions of the plan, including the fees you will be charged. Accept the terms and conditions to continue.