Students receive billing notifications to their fortlewis.edu email address about four weeks before the start of Fall and Spring terms and two weeks before the start of Summer sessions. The College will not send paper bills.
View and manage your bill payments through the Student Account Suite.
Add an authorized user to your Student Account Suite so they can view and manage bill payments.
Get your financial aid refund deposited directly into a checking or savings account—a secure and convenient way to get your refund.
Email notifications give new billing statement information and directions on accessing your bill. Changes create new email notifications.
Students are responsible for payment of all charges, including tuition, fees, room, and board.
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Payment in full is due on or before the Census Date of each term unless you have a payment plan for that term.
A $200 late fee gets added to balances greater than $1,000 after Census Date unless you have a payment plan. Remember—you have two Grace Waivers.
Add an authorized user to your Student Account Suite so they can view and manage bill payments. Authorized users can be any third party a student wants to allow access to their Student Account Suite.
Census (sometimes called Census Date) is the official count of student enrollment at FLC; we count at the end of the 12th day of classes for fall, spring, and summer terms, which always falls on Tuesday of the third week of courses. The summer term has only one Census date, even though courses have various start dates.
Fall 2023 Census: Tuesday, September 12
Students are allowed two grace waivers during their academic careers. You can use the waivers to remove a late payment fee, a late payment plan fee, or a bad check fee.
View details of your housing and dining plans related to your billing payments on the Housing & Dining site.
Parking permits are REQUIRED for all vehicles on campus. You can pay online, charge to your Student Account, or pay in person and pick up your parking permit at Skyhawk Station.
This hold means you owe the College money.
Make a payment with a credit or debit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express) or an electronic check with a bank routing and account number.
Payments made with a credit or debit card will be assessed a non-refundable service fee of 2.85%. You will see two transactions on your credit card or bank statement: one for the service fee and another for the amount paid towards the student account.
To avoid this non-refundable service fee, we encourage you to pay with an electronic check.
You can pay in person at Skyhawk Station with cash, check, or a money order. Make checks payable to Fort Lewis College. Please identify the student’s name or student’s ID number in the memo field.
Checks can also be mailed to:
Fort Lewis College
1000 Rim Drive 140BH
Durango, CO, 81301
Please contact the Skyhawk Station at 970-247-7301 or email Skyhawk Station for wire instructions.
Students who cannot pay their entire account balance at the beginning of the term may choose to enroll in a payment plan. You can enroll in a payment plan before the Census to address an outstanding balance and avoid late fees. You can choose between a 4-installment or 3-installment payment plan.
Review and enroll in a payment plan option through your Student Account Suite.
Students taking a break or leaving FLC permanently can request to be placed on an Extended Payment Plan.
Email the Student Billing Office to understand your Extended Payment Plan options. Skyhawk Station cannot set up these plans, and students cannot sign up independently.
Student Billing will email you the terms and conditions regarding the monthly payments you will make until your balance is paid. The plan allows Student Billing to take the total of your past-due balance and divide it into 12 monthly payments. Student Billing will only accept payments greater than $100.
The College has several refund polices related to Financial Aid, overpayments, withdrawals, etc.
Students can access the 1098T form by logging into WebOpus, selecting Student Services, and then My Billing Information.
Eligible expenses for the education tax credits
If you're unsure whether your scholarship or grant is taxable, read IRS Topic 421, Scholarships and Fellowships.
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Skyhawk Station staff will check you in and guide you to a self-service kiosk or connect you with a Skyhawk Specialist or Advisor.