- In light of the developing situation with COVID-19, we will be suspending our walk-in hours. Despite this, please know that we are working diligently to support our students! Our recommendation for the fastest answers to your questions is to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay safe!
-In order to make sure staff and students better understand the services we provide, the Business Office is switching names and will now be called Student Accounts. Supporting students is the most important thing that we do, and this name change highlights this fact. We are here to help you understand your charges, payment plans, and all matters pertaining to your student account!
-Student Accounts strives to provide transparent and timely billing information to students. We understand how important it is to plan ahead financially, which is why we'll continue to provide billing packets. However students will occasionally make changes after billing statements go out, which may result in additional charges. An example of this would be if you decide to add a class closer to the start of the semester. I am pleased to announce that you will now receive an automated email within 24 hours of making an adjustment that will result in a change in the balance owed. While it is your responsibility to monitor your account on IOL for activity, it is our hope that these emails serve as useful reminders. As always, if you have any questions at all about your bill please do not hesitate to reach out and we would be happy to assist.
1098-T Tax Forms will be available starting 1/31/20. If you would like to receive your form as quickly as possible, please opt in on IOL to receive the form electronically. If you do not opt in or if you no longer have access to IOL, your form will be mailed to you on 1/31/20.
In an effort to make document completion easier for students, the Educational Loan Agreement is now available to be completed electronically. Students will be prompted to acknowledge this agreement in order to gain access to course registration each semester. Note – you can still shop for classes prior to the opening of registration. The content of the agreement is still the same, the only difference is that the acknowledgment will occur electronically and prior to registration, rather than on paper after registration. As such, the payment plan will now be a separate document available for download from IOL. We recommend students submit this document after determining whether or not a balance will be owed. Each of these
Spring billing statements are now available on IOL for registered students. Students who will owe a balance can choose to either make payment arrangements or pay in full, both of which are due by December 13th, 2019.To view your Account Statement, log into IOL and click on Account Statement under the Financial Information section.
PLEASE NOTE: Book advances will be available December 18th-February 2nd.
In order to be eligible for a book advance, all required financial aid forms must be returned to the Financial Aid Office, and the amount of financial aid must EXCEED the balance due. In addition, students must complete the Educational Loan Agreement (ELA). Once students are eligible, information regarding how to use the book advance (including your PIN) will be sent via email.
Pay your tuition account online using IOL! Payment options include: e-check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
Refunds resulting from a financial aid credit balance on student accounts will not be available until after classes have started and financial aid has been disbursed to student accounts. Refunds will be issued within 14 days of a credit balance occurring on an account.
Regular Business Hours:
Our Front Desk is staffed Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Walk-in hours are Monday -Thursday 11:30-1pm. To schedule an appointment , please
call us at 414-382-6262. Walk-ins are suspended for now. Please email us at email@example.com.