Your eBill is an online bill that displays the same information as traditional paper billing statements. This allows for convenient access from any computer with an internet connection. Ebilling allows you and your authorized user to access and securely manage your student account online. The eBilling system is a more convenient way to communicate with students of any outstanding balance.
To view your eBills, log into CASHNet though Self-Service, then click View My Bills to see your most recent account statement. Your eBill will provide a snapshot of your account when the bill was published. For a dynamic view of your student account, and any activity to your account after the bill was ran, you will need to select Account Details. Students will receive a notification to their WesternU email when their eBill becomes available. Students may also create an authorized user to view and receive the eBill notification. Please click here for detailed instructions on how to add an authorized user.
Billing and Due Dates
WesternU will send eBills before the start of the term and when tuition is due. Please see Tuition Schedules for your college’s respective due dates. All payments for tuition and fees must be received by the Bursar’s Office by the tuition payment due date. Payments received after those due dates are considered late, and are subject to late charges. If an outstanding balance remains on your student account, the Bursar’s Office will send monthly bills until the balance is settled.
Late Fees and Penalties
Late Payment Fee
A $50 late payment fee will be assessed monthly until your account is satisfied. In addition, students with past due accounts may be prohibited from attending classes until account is paid in full.
A hold may be placed on your account if you have a past due outstanding balance. Holds prevent registration, graduation, and the release of transcripts.
In accordance with California state law, all unpaid balances will accrue 10% interest per annum on the balance remaining from the date of transfer. Delinquent student accounts may be reported to one of more of the major credit bureaus, and may be forwarded to an outside collection agency or attorney. The student is responsible for all costs incurred to collect outstanding debt, including but not limited to: principal, accrued interest, late fees, collection fees, and any legal fees.