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When wiring payments for tuition, your banking institution will need the following information:

  • Wells College Bank Name /Address  - HSBC, 95 Washington Street Buffalo , NY 14203 - USA
  • Beneficiary Name/Address - Wells College, 170 Main Street, Aurora NY 13026- USA
  • Bank Routing Number - 021001088
  • Beneficiary Account Number - 204761301

When wiring funds please indicate to whom the funds should be credited. The student name and student ID number is ideal



Your financial aid is automatically applied to your bill.  If aid is not listed on your bill, then you may be missing important documents / forms.   In order to secure your financial aid award, be sure to check your financial aid status to review missing forms. 

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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 Early January 

 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 through the Registrar's Office. Bills are sent to the address on file for that contact.

How can I pay my bill?   Payments can be made by:

  • Credit Card - note - all credit card payments must be made on line - click on the "See Charges And Pay Bill" link above
  • Check - Made payable to Wells College (include your Student ID# on the check)  , mailed to 170 Main St., Aurora, NY  Attn:  Business Office
  • Wire- See instructions at left

Are there Payment Plans or Fees?

  • 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. (Fall: August - November;  Spring: 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.

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