By registering for class, students assume responsibility for all charges, for knowing the correct tuition and fees owed, for verifying the status and balance of their account, and for payment of all charges in the Accounting and Financial Management (AFM) office prior to payment deadlines. Students whose “home” institution is the University of Wyoming or any of Casper College’s upper division partners, and who are concurrently enrolled in Casper College courses, are required to pay Casper College tuition directly to Casper College by the Casper College payment deadline.
Nonattendance does not constitute withdrawal. Students must notify the registrar if they will not attend a semester at Casper College for which they are registered. Failure to pay tuition and fees does not constitute withdrawal. Students are responsible for charges incurred to the date of formal withdrawal according to the refund schedule. If a student’s federal financial aid or any other source of funding, including financial aid issued by another institution, trust fund distribution, payment by employer or other parties, will not be available prior to a payment deadline, it is the student’s responsibility to contact the AFM Office prior to the deadline to make payment arrangements. A student should verify receipt of expected outside payments by the AFM Office prior to due dates to avoid extension/ late payment fee charges. Note: Casper College tuition will not be deducted from financial aid issued by another institution. Failure to make payment or arrangements will result in the assessment of extension charges.
Statements are mailed prior to the start of a semester and monthly thereafter. Students are responsible for maintaining a current address on file with the Admissions and Student Records Office. If a student does not receive a statement of account, it is the student’s responsibility to contact the AFM Office to request a statement and to make payment by the payment deadline. Account information can be viewed online through WebAdvisor. A login and password are required. Failure to make payment by a published due date will result in the assessment of extension and late payment fees. These fees will not be waived because a student did not receive a statement. Tuition payments may be made by: telephone with a VISA, MasterCard or Discover or by mail, with receipt at Casper College prior to the deadline, or online through WebAdvisor. A login and password are required. Tuition payments may also be made in person during regular office hours. To avoid additional charges, students should verify that Casper College has received the payment made by mail.
An authorization to bill for a student’s tuition and fees will be accepted from government agencies, such as DVR, or a student’s employer. The authorization must be on file in the AFM Office prior to the payment deadline to avoid the assessment of extension/late payment fees to the student’s account. Casper College will bill the third party according to the terms of the authorization with payment due within 30 days from the date of billing. The student is responsible for timely payment of any fees not covered by the authorization, extension/late payment fees assessed as a result of the authorization not received prior to due dates, and the account balance if the third party fails to pay the amount authorized and billed.