- Your student account information, which includes all charges, payments and financial aid, can be accessed by logging into PeopleSoft Campus Solutions Student Center.
- Tuition and fees are due within 10 days of the term start date. If they’re not paid by that date, interest will be charged on a daily basis. The interest rate is the prime rate plus 4%. If your account remains unpaid, you will not be allowed to attend class or register for future semesters. As long as your account is past due, you will not have access to academic transcripts, be able to have academic credits certified, or receive a diploma at graduation. If you leave the university with an outstanding balance, it will be referred to a collection agency and reported to all major credit bureaus.
- If a check or e-payment posted to your student account is returned by the bank because of insufficient funds or a closed account, the returned payment, along with a $25 returned payment fee, will be charged to your student account. You will receive an email notice regarding the returned payment.
- The preferred method of making payments is electronic payments from your checking or savings account using the routing number and bank account number. (We do not accept any debit cards or credit cards online or in our office.)
- Payments by check should be mailed to:
Wake Forest School of Medicine
Attention: Financial Services
Medical Center Blvd
Winston Salem, NC 27157
(Include your full name, program of study, and class year with your check.)
- A refundable credit balance may result on your student account due to financial aid payments, loan disbursements, account adjustments or payments posted to your student account.
- Our preferred refund method is direct deposit. Direct deposits are issued weekly, usually on Friday unless there is a holiday at the end of the week. If the credit balance is on the student account by Tuesday at noon of the week it is received, every attempt is made to get the direct deposit in your bank account by that Friday. However, it could be as late as the following Friday.
Refund and Return of Financial Aid Funds Policy
The School of Medicine has a new refund policy that became effective with the 2017-2018 academic year. Students who withdraw from school or fail to complete the period of enrollment prior to the sixth week of the academic term may be entitled to a partial refund of tuition and fees, depending on the date of withdrawal. For purposes of this policy, the academic term will start at orientation, or when there is no orientation, with the first day of classes as scheduled for each class year of an educational program. Review the complete policy on Refunds and Return of Federal Funds for more details.
|Withdrawl/Failure To Complete Date||Before Term Begins||During 1st Week||During 2nd Week||During 3rd Week||During 4th Week||During 5th Week||During 6th Week||After 6th Week|
|Percentage of Total Tuition and Fees to be Refunded||100%||90%||75%||50%||30%||20%||0%||0%|
Optional Tuition Insurance
Wake Forest School of Medicine has arranged to offer the Tuition Refund Plan to students and parents who may wish to minimize the risk of a financial loss in the event of a serious illness or accident. This is an elective tuition insurance program, made available through A.W.G. DEWAR, Inc. which provides coverage to minimize the loss of a semester’s tuition and required fees.
If you wish to participate in the plan, you must submit your application online by the first day of classes for your program. Please contact DEWAR directly at 617-774-1555 if you have any questions regarding the Tuition Refund Plan.Learn more about the Tuition Refund Plan and view the application.