The Fall Semester statements are now available on the MarywoodYOU portal, with the payment due date as August 7, 2017. Just a reminder:  No paper statements will be mailed. (Please use Internet Explorer or Firefox as your browser, as Chrome and other browsers do not function well.)
eRefunds are the quick, secure way to get your refund.  By signing up online, you can get your refunds deposited directly into your bank account. To the left on this webpage, just click on Pay My Bill and you will be redirected to the Student Payment Center. Click on the Refund Account Setup link. Enter your banking information and follow the prompts to complete the process. (Please note there is a $1.00 per eRefund charge and you must have a Refund Form on file in the Cashier's Office.)
The TouchNet Payment Plan is now open for student's wishing to set up a payment plan for the Fall Semester. The last day to set up an online payment plan is September 5, 2017. On the Cashier's Office webpage, click on the Pay My Bill button. You will be redirected to the Student Account Center. On the top menu, click on Payment Plan. Follow the prompts to complete the process. (Be sure to use Internet Explorer or Firefox as a browser.  We've found the access does not work as well in Chrome and some of the other browsers.)
If you have been charged for the Student Health Insurance on the Fall Semester statement, and you have your own health coverage, you will need to waive the Student Health Insurance on the First Student Health website:, for the charges to be removed from your account. The deadline to waive the insurance is September 15, 2017.  It is the student's responsibility to complete the waiver process each year. The student health insurance charge will remain on the student's account and must be paid if the waiver process is not completed in a timely manner.
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Vital Facts:

  1. Tuition and Fees
  2. Explanations and Details of All the Fees
  3. Estimated costs of Attending
  4. Important Dates and Deadlines for Students
  5. Payment Options Details
  6. Complete Pertinent Financial Facts
  7. Federal Perkins Loan Facts

Financial Tasks:

  1. Payment of Tuition, Fees, Room and Board
  2. Withdrawals and Refunds
  3. Deferment Options - arranging for Student Loans and Financial Aid to pay your bills.