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FAQ's - Miscellaneous

Please see our FAQ's related to eBill, eServices and Student Account Refunds in our menu selections to the left of this screen under FAQ's.

 Why do I have a Student Accounts financial hold on my account? 

Can I pay by credit or debit card at the W&M Cashier's Office?

Does the College of William and Mary offer a monthly payment plan?

I was billed as an out-of-state student but live in Virginia, what do I do?

Why does William and Mary wait so long to bill my employer/third party scholarship?

Why do I have a Student Accounts financial hold on my account?

Holds are placed on student accounts when an eBill has been generated and the due date for the eBill has passed without the required  payment amount being received.  Please sign in to eServices and view your account activity to determine the past due amount.  Online payments made through eServices are subject to an automatic hold removal process that is run in 20 mintues intervals throughout the day. (top)

Can I pay by credit or debit card at the W&M Cashier's Office?

No, the only forms of payment accepted by the W&M cashiers are cash and check.  Please sign into eServices to pay by credit card or electronic check.  Debit cards are not accepted in eServices, you will need to enter your bank routing number and account number rather than your debit card information. (top)

Does the College of William and Mary offer a monthly payment plan?

 Beginning with the Fall of 2013, The College will administer their own in-house payment plan through eServices.  Information is available on our eServices site . (top)

I was billed as an out-of-state student but live in Virginia, what do I do?

Did you complete a  W&M Application for in-State Tuition Priviliges? Virginia Domicile decisions are handled by the Registrar's Office.  Please contact their office for information on your residency status. (top)

Why does William and Mary wait so long to bill my employer/third party scholarship?

Our office waits until the end of the drop/add period in order to verify hours before we can bill 3rd parties. (top)