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Eligible colleges or other post-secondary institutions must send Form 1098-T to any student who paid "qualified educational expenses" in the preceding tax year. Qualified expenses include tuition, any fees that are required for enrollment, and course materials the student was required to buy from the school.

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Student Accounts processes refunds once a week, and the Controller's Office distributes them on Mondays, either as a paper check or direct deposit to a checking or savings account.

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If you are having difficulty paying your student account balance, p lease contact the Student Accounts area immediately. We will review your account and work with you to explore all  payment options. Contact studentaccounts@brynmawr.edu or call 610-526-5500.

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Payments from abroad may be made using peerTransfer.com or wire transfers.

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Bryn Mawr offers an automatic monthly payment plan for each semester through our 3rd-party partner, Nelnet Business Solutions. Online enrollment provides up to 5 monthly payments per semester, at no interest, for only a minimal enrollment fee. Please access Monthly Payment Plan to view enrollment dates and additional information.

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Fall Semester Bills

Sent 1st week of July

Due by Friday, August 1, 2015

Spring Semester Bills

Sent 1st week in December

Due by Friday, January 2, 2016

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Several options for both domestic and international students are available.

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Students must create parents and/or other third-party payers as Authorized Parties€ to review the student account and pay the bill.

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Billing statements are sent by email the first week in July to the student's campus email address from studentaccounts@brynmawr.edu with the subject line: Your Bryn Mawr College Bill is Available Online.