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Click on the following link below (2018 1098-T Changes) for information on important changes to Box 1 and Box 2 of your 2018 1098-T form.

2018 1098-T Changes

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Click on the "Go to my 1098-T Info" link in the portlet below to see an overview of your most current or historical 1098-T forms.

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Welcome new and returning students!
Our offices provide a variety of student services.  Students are able to cash personal checks and work study checks with picture ID.  Students can make payments on tuition,  we will also answer questions you may have regarding your account here at Wells.
Business Office Staff:
LuAnne Weeks - Student Account Manager
David Salico - Accountant
Rebecca Lewis - Accounting Assistant
Susan Weatherby - Controller
Student Account Office   315-364-3205
Accounting   315-364-3222 or 315-364-3348

Cashier's Window

The Cashier's Window is located in Macmillan Hall, Room 214
The Cashier's window is open Monday -Friday 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Should you need to make an appointment please contact the Student Account Manager, LuAnne Weeks, at the number below
During posted hours students may:
  • Cash work-study paychecks **
  • Cash personal checks up to $200
  • Make payments and inquiries
  • Receive cash advances and reimbursements up to $200 for purchases and or reimbursements for student clubs
   ** Note:  Direct deposit is recommended.  An ATM is located in the Sommer Center
Our Student Account Manager, LuAnne Weeks, can be reached at 315-364-3205. E-mail
Business Office Forms
Check Request Form (.doc, 26K)
Check Request Forms are required if you do not have an invoice.  The form is also required for payments such as honorariums, guest lecturers, and certain reimbursable expenses.  Checks are processed each Tuesday and Thursday.  A department and object code must be on the form.
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FAQ - Tuition Billing Statement and Payments

When are student bills are due each semester?

  • Fall bills are due August 10th
  • Spring bills are due January 9th 


When will I receive my billing statement?

  • Fall semester statements are mailed early July to the person designated on file as your primary billing contact. 
  • Spring semester bills are mailed in early December
  • Monthly statements are sent out the beginning of each month. 

Where are billing statements mailed?

  • Students declare a primary billing contact. Bills are sent to the address on file for that contact.

What are the payment options?

  • Students can select to opt into a payment plan by completing the Financial Responsibility Agreement
  • Payment plans break down semester balances into four (4) equal payments. (August - November; January - April)
  • A $50 payment plan fee is charged each semester. (August & January)
  • Late payments or failure to meet the payment plan obligations may result in a $250 late fee per semester.

Is money earned through Federal Work Study applied to my bill?

  • No, your earnings from campus employment are not applied to your bill.  Work study payments are dispersed via a physical paycheck or direct deposit. 
    • NOTE:  It is the student's responsibility to apply these funds towards any outstanding balance they may owe.

Questions about your account?

  • Contact the Business Office at 315-364-3205
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Student Statements

Student Tuition statements are generated monthly. Tuition statements itemize your semester Tuition, Room and Board and comprehensive fees and is sent to the student home address or to the financially responsible party.

Due Dates

You can now pay your tuition bill on line!
The fall semester tuition bill is due August 1st. The spring semester bill is due January 9th.  Wells College offers a four installment payment plan each semester for a fee of $50.  If an approved payment plan is not used, all payments received after the above due dates will be subject to a $250 late fee per semester.