Please note that all students must complete their financial arrangements, to include making any required payment and completing all loan applications, by January 15th.
If you anticipate a problem meeting the payment deadline, please contact Student Financial Services (SFS) at email@example.com we are here to help!
Only students can add or change meal plans. All students living in residence halls, Union Avenue housing, Foreign Languages House, and Langlow House are required to purchase a meal plan.
Dining Dollars can be purchased after tenth day if a student is running low on meal plan funds. You must have a current term meal plan to add Dining Dollars.
Logger Store charge accounts allow students to establish a line of credit at the Logger Store by establishing a pre-selected, prepaid amount to use towards Logger Store purchases. Students pre-select the amount of credit they wish to establish, authorize a charge against their student account so that funds can be transferred to the Logger Store to create their prepaid account, and then begin utilizing their account for purchases.
Students can use their Logger Account all semester as long as they continue to have funds available for spending. Any unused credit at the end of the term will be transferred back to their student account. Logger Store accounts do not roll over from one semester to another.
Activating the Logger Store account may create a balance due on the student account. Payment for the balance must be made within the billing cycle (one month) to avoid any late fees.
To learn more visit the Logger Store Charge Account webpage.
All students must submit payment in full or confirm plan for payment (with loans or payment plans secured) by August 15th (Fall Semester) and January 15th (Spring Semester). The initial payment deadline for each semester is extremely important. When payment arrangements are not finalized, students may have current enrollment dropped, may not check into Residence Halls or begin the Orientation program.
Puget Sound offers several options for payment. Payment may be made by electronic check, check or cash and credit cards.
Credit Cards are subject to a service fee of 2.85% or $3.00, whichever is greater, this cannot be waived or refunded. NOTE: Debit cards with a credit card logo can be used and will also be subject to the service fee which cannot be waived or refunded under any circumstance. If you want to use a debit card for payment, we recommend submitting payment via electronic check to avoid paying the service fee as it cannot be waived.
Payment for each semester's balance due must be paid in full by the payment deadline; August 15 for Fall Semester and January 15 for Spring Semester.
NOTE: You must sign up for the payment plan each semester. The presence of a payment plan from a prior semester does not add one to your account for a future semester.
The payment plan allows for extended payments of the semester balance due across the five months of the term. There is an $80 participation fee per term the payment plan is used. The first payment of the plan is due August 15th(Fall Term) and January 15th (Spring Term) with additional payments due the 15th of each month. A $25 late fee will be charged for monthly installments not paid in full and payments not received by the due date.
Authorized Users must enroll for payment plans through Bill+Payment.
Using a 529 Savings Plan for payment? No worries! We know it can take a bit of time to get the funds requested and issued so you may not meet our payment deadline. Please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know if this is the case. We will make a note on your student's account regarding this payment arrangement.
Common 529 plan information you may need:
The Direct PLUS Loan is a credit-based loan which allows parents to borrow up to the cost of attendance, less any other financial aid already awarded. Parents may apply for a Direct PLUS Loan for any year that their student is enrolled at least half-time as an undergraduate student.
When your financial aid exceeds the amount billed to your student account, you may request a refund of the credit balance. Refunds can be requested by emailing email@example.com. Refunds cannot be started until the first day of the semester.
Puget Sound can direct deposit refunds electronically, to your bank account if you set up an eRefund profile in Bill + Payment. Select the following link for the steps required to set up an eRefund profile.
Have to withdraw from the university or drop enrollment after classes start? You may be eligible for tuition charge adjustments based on the official withdrawal date as provided by the Office of the Registrar.
Please review the full details of Puget Sound's Tuition Adjustment Policy.
Please visit the FAQs for answers to the most commonly asked questions about student finances.