Paying Your Bill

How to pay your student's bill.

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Student Accounting is responsible for the distribution of accurate information relating to a student’s financial account at Washington University. The primary function of the Student Accounting office is to issue e-statements, receive payments, disburse refunds, produce 1098-T forms, as well as provide the means to help you understand various aspects of a student account.

Your student may access their student billing information on the WebSTAC site at, under Billing Records, Pay/View My Bill. Invoices are generated on the last business day of the month for all accounts. Students can view current transaction activity on WebSTAC under Billing Records, Account Inquiry.

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
800.758.0050 or 314.935.5274

eBilling Statements

Monthly billing statements are available online to students and authorized users.

Students are billed for tuition, fees, and housing per semester, prior to the beginning of that semester. In an effort to support sustainability, Washington University has implemented a 100% paperless bill environment. Students must pay the amount due less anticipated financial assistance, monthly payment plan amounts (Installment Payment Plans) or Partners in Education with Parents (PEP) installment arrangements. If payment is not received by the date specified on the bill, a monthly finance charge will be assessed.

Students have the ability to view their bill online through WebSTAC. Students may grant access to another party (such as a parent or other payer) to view their online billing statement by adding them in their profile in WebSTAC/Billing & Bear Bucks/Pay-View My Bill/Parent/Other User IDs.

Parent/Other Users have the ability to view their student’s bill online through CASHNet (Parent/Other Users). The Student Accounting office complies with FERPA and will only discuss an account with the student, unless the student has authorized other users.

Learn more about Student Accounting and eBilling Statements