Students have a variety of options for paying for classes. Students must pay fees and tuition once they are registered. If a student doesn’t pay their fees and tuition the college has the authorization of de-registering them from their classes. So it is important that a payment option is selected immediately.

It’s easy to make a payment. Students can log into WebAdvisor to make a payment. It’s recommended that students use Firefox to access WebAdvisor to make payments online.

It is also the student’s responsibility to officially drop a class, if you decide not to attend. Officially dropping will ensure that you will not be charged for classes that you do not attend.

Contact the AWC Cashier at Yuma campus at (928) 317-7666 with questions about paying for your classes.

Make a payment choice online.

Disbursement Office

The Disbursement Office handles the releasing of the funds to the students at Arizona Western College. The fastest way to get your refunds would be to sign up for direct deposit. It is recommended that you sign up for ACH Direct Deposit no later than Thursday, August 24, 2017 (4:00 p.m. MST). Log in to WebAdvisor and click on "Bank Info for Direct Deposit". If you do not set up Direct Deposit, your check will be mailed out. No checks will be available for pick-up. Remember to verify your current mailing address on your WebAdvisor account.

Fall 2017 Disbursement Dates

September 7, 2017 - All approved financial aid and scholarship recipients
September 7, 2017 - Continuing loan borrowers-first half of disbursement
September 21,2017- First- time loan borrowers-first half of loan disbursement
October 26, 2017 -  All loan borrowers-second half of loan disbursemnet

Students who totally withdraw from AWC must submit a "Withdrawal Form" to Enrollment Services, and subsequently may be eligible for a prorated refund of all tuition. See Petition for Extenuating Circumstances for refund eligibility criteria.

What is a bookstore voucher and how do I get one?

Approved and registered Federal Financial Aid recipients, who are eligible to receive the Pell Grant only, will have a bookstore credit authorization automatically available to purchase textbooks and other supplies at the AWC Bookstore during the designated time frame. Bookstore vouchers are only available during the fall and spring semesters. Please refer to the above schedule for availability dates. Voucher amount depends on enrollment status and Pell Grant eligibility.

Purchase your books using your Financial Aid:
Boostore voucher authorizations will be available August 14th through August 29th, 2017 at the campus bookstore. **If you have a private scholarship or Federal Loan receipient, you must contact the AWC Disbursement office to activate your voucher.
 

**The deadline for bookstore opt out is July 27,2017**

Loan and scholarship recipients must request a bookstore credit authorization at the AWC Disbursement Office. Once requested, please allow 3 business days for the bookstore voucher to process. Email us your request

Bookstore OPT OUT Terms and Conditions:

If you don't want to participate in the bookstore voucher process, you must complete the authorization to OPT OUT BOOKSTORE VOUCHERS FORM. By submitting this form, you have authorized Arizona Western College to cancel the release of ALL your Title IV funds (Pell Grant, SEOG, Direct Loans, etc.) to the AWC Bookstore. Valid for 5 years.
(**If you are completely withdrawing or have stopped attending your courses and are receiving Federal Financial aid, please refer to the policy on the catalog under Return of Federal Funds Policy.**)

NOTE* The College accepts no responsibility for dropping you from the specific classes you intend not to take. It is your responsibility to officially drop during the official drop/add period of any semester or class you decide not to attend. Only officially dropping will ensure you will not be charged for classes you do not attend.

 

Please submit payments to :
ARIZONA WESTERN COLLEGE
Attn: Accounts Receivable
P O Box 929
Yuma, AZ 85366

 

Students who totally withdraw from AWC must submit a "Withdrawal Form" to Enrollment Services, and subsequently may be eligible for a prorated refund of all tuition. See Petition for Extenuating Circumstances for refund eligibility criteria.

IMPORTANT MESSAGE REGARDING PAYMENT WITH FINANCIAL AID:
Financial Aid must be awarded on your student account to hold registered courses. If it has not, you are responsible to pay your expenses at the time of registration. If you decided NOT to attend AWC; it is your responsibility to drop or withdraw your class(es). You will also be responsible for immediate repayment of your grant and/or scholarship if you never attend class(es), or if you drop or withdraw, or if your class(es) are canceled. It is important that you contact us at (928) 344-7637 if you have Financial Aid and make any changes to your registration.

Age 17 & under and 60 & over: Tuition is calculated at the student's date of birth. If the student adjusts their schedule after their birthday, the new rate will apply to their account even if it's in the same semester.

Transportation Fee:
A $5 fee is charged each Fall and Spring to all students except La Paz County residents. This fee provides students a 6-month pass for unlimited use of YCAT. Spring semester's pass is valid January 1st through June 30th and Fall semester's pass is valid July 1st through December 31st. Students and employees can obtain the necessary transportation sticker at the AWC Cashier's Office. AWC employees not already taking classes may pay $5 at the AWC Cashier's Office to ride for the semester.

IMPORTANT MESSAGE REGARDING PAYMENT WITH FINANCIAL AID:

Financial Aid must be awarded on your student account to hold registered courses. If it has not, you are responsible to pay your expenses at the time of registration. If you decided NOT to attend AWC; it is your responsibility to drop or withdraw your class(es). You will also be responsible for immediate repayment of your grant and/or scholarship if you never attend class(es), or if you drop or withdraw, or if your class(es) are cancelled. It is important that you contact us at (928) 344-7637 if you have Financial Aid and make any changes to your registration.

Age 17 & under and 60 & over:

Tuition is calculated at the student's date of birth. If the student adjusts their schedule after their birthday, the new rate will apply to their account even if it's in the same semester.

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