!! PAYMENT DEADLINES !!
You must pay, drop, or enroll in a payment plan on or before: August 26, 2013
Results of failure to pay: $125 late payment fee assessed on September 17, 2013
There will be no University‐initiated drop for non‐payment.
Students must drop their courses during the 100% refund period to avoid the obligation to pay. Students will be responsible for tuition and fees for courses they do not drop in the 100% refund period. Unpaid tuition and fees will be referred to a collection agency and/or collected via garnishment of State of Alaska Permanent Fund Dividends. Payment plans are available.
An electronic bill will be generated for you on the 15th of each month and made available via UAOnline. An email reminder will be sent to your UA assigned email address each time the bill is generated; a paper bill will not be mailed. A link on the UAOnline Statement and Payment History page will take you to the page where you can pay with a credit card or electronic check. To view your electronic bill, go to UAOnline and choose Student from the main menu, then Student Account, then Statement and Payment History.
General Payment Information
Payment is due by the published payment deadline even if a bill is not received.
All methods of payment must be received by the payment deadline, including mail payments. Students with new registrations or changes may access UAOnline to get their account balance; or they may call the Cashier at (907) 834-1620 to find out the amount owed.
Agency‐sponsored students are responsible for ensuring that the necessary authorization forms have been submitted to the PWSCC accounting office by the payment deadline.
Accounts may be paid by submitting a personal check, Visa or MasterCard, an agency‐sponsored authorization form, or cash to the Office of Administrative Services.
- Pay/view your account at UAOnline using Visa, MasterCard, or check at http://uaonline.alaska.edu. If you have payment questions or problems, call (907) 834-1620 or (907) 834-1621
- Mail your check to: PWSCC, Attention Accounts Receivable, P.O. Box 97, Valdez, AK 99686. Personal checks must be preprinted with current name, address, and phone number. A $30 return check fee is charged on checks returned for insufficient funds, closed accounts, or stop payment actions.
- Pay in person at the Cashier window. The window is open Monday‐Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
If you register for courses, PWSCC holds you financially responsible for that registration. There will NOT be a University-initiated drop for non-payment action. If you do not plan to attend, you must drop your courses within the 100% refund period to avoid assessment of tuition and fees.
Failure to Meet Financial Obligations
PWSCC policy requires a financial hold be placed on your record if you fail to meet your financial obligations. This hold will prevent any enrollment, transcript, or graduation activity.
Past due accounts will be sent to a collection agency. Interest, late fees, and/or collection costs will be added to the student-account. The past due debt may be reported to a local credit bureau. The University is authorized to garnish State of Alaska PFDs for payment of past due accounts.
Students and employees with tuition waivers must submit completed waiver forms by SEPTEMBER 30, 2012 and pay any additional fees by the applicable payment deadline.
EASY PAY PLAN
PWSCC offers the Easy Pay Plan Interest-Free Monthly Payment Option as a way to spread your education expenses over time instead of one large payment. The form is available at the Office of Administrative Services, or on our website: Easy Play Plan.