Payment Plan and Other Options
The University of West Florida provides eligible students with an alternative to paying the full amount of tuition, housing and meal plans at the beginning of each term. The UWF Payment Plan replaces the Tuition Installment Plan. See below for more information regarding the payment plan options
When can I enroll in this plan?
- Students can begin enrolling in the plan approximately two weeks before the start of the semesters.
- To avoid assessment of late fees, students must enroll no later than Term 1 fee payment deadline and must be enrolled in at least one Term 1 class.
- Last date to enroll will be the second payment due date.
How do I enroll in the payment plan?
- Log into your Cashnet Account. On your home page you will see the UWF payment plan link.
- Review plan budget and payment due dates.
- Accept Terms and Conditions.
- The first payment is required in order to be enrolled into the payment plan.
What Charges can be included
- Current term tuition and fees, housing rent charges and meal plans. All of these charges will automatically be included in the plan, you cannot choose to exclude some charges.
- Charges will be reduced by the amount of available financial aid, private scholarships, private loans and third party billing arrangements.
When are payments due?
- First payment is due at the time you enroll in the plan. A one-time $15 service charge is assessed in addition to the first payment.
- Actual due dates will be specified in your installment plan agreement upon enrollment. Please check the UWF Payment Plan link in CashNet for information.
- Late enrollment does not change the due dates.
What if I make a payment late?
- If you pay late you will be assessed the appropriate late fees- Tuition $100, housing $50.
- If payment plan includes a meal plan, meals will be suspended until the account balance is paid in full.
- Refer to your housing contract terms and conditions, for additional information, contact email@example.com.
What happens if I receive financial aid after enrolling in this plan?
Your financial aid will be applied to the balance of your outstanding charges. If a balance remains, then subsequent required payments will be adjusted.
What happens if I change my class schedule after enrolling in the plan?
Your subsequent payments will be adjusted to reflect your current fee assessment.
Short Term Loans
Students in good financial standing with the University are eligible to apply for a Short Term Loan up to $500. The application is submitted through MyUWF and an electronic promissory note signed. Short Term Loans along with the service charge are due before the end of the semester in which they were issued; the due date is included on the promissory note. Contact the Student Accounts Office for more information.