Simplifying the way you view and pay your student account e-Bill
eBill is NWACC's official and secure method for sending student account statements.
You can enroll online to have your student refunds directly deposited into your bank checking or savings account. You will receive e-mail notification when your eRefund has been processed and will know when it will be deposited into your account. eRefunds are swift, secure and confidential—there's no need to go to the bank to deposit refund checks, and it's free!
This feature is only for students and is not available for authorized users. If you do not sign up for direct deposit, your refunds will be mailed to your address on file in the Student Records Office.
In addition to receiving notification of new statements, you have the ability to add authorized payers/users to your account (typically a parent or guardian). Authorized users will also receive email notification of new online statements. Additionally, authorized users can make online payments with credit card or e-Check.
Students and authorized users have their own separate login and password; also, students and authorized users are not able to view each other's bank account or credit card information.
Once you are registered for classes, you can enroll in a payment plan. All payment plans have a $30 non-refundable enrollment fee that is due when signing up for the plan. Payments are processed the 20th of each month and will continue until the balance is paid in full. If there are any additional charges or payments on the student account after setting up the plan, you will receive an email explaining the effect on the payment plan amounts. Students defaulting on the $30 enrollment fee and/or down payment will be dropped from classes for non-payment.
Financial Aid Recipients: If you expect financial aid you MUST PAY the difference between your expected financial aid and your full bill by the due date. If you are unable to pay this amount in full, you MUST ENROLL in a payment plan. If your financial aid has been processed, you will only have to set-up a payment plan for the amount not covered by financial aid.
Failure to make successful payments on the plan may warrant cancellation of courses. Continued delinquency could result in your account being referred to a collection agency. Students will not be eligible for pre-registration for subsequent terms if their payment plan is not up-to-date. A $25 return fee is charged for each returned ACH payment for insufficient funds.
Payment Plan Schedule Spring 2017