Lourdes University will be closed on April 18 - April 22 in observance of the Easter holiday.
Lourdes University wants to make paying for your education an affordable investment that works with you and/or your family’s budget. Please review the tuition payment options available and choose the one that works best.
Just follow these easy steps to have your tuition paid for fall and spring semesters in 10 easy installments.
- You can go directly to website.
- Create an account, provide your preferred payment method – credit card, debit card or checking account.
- You have the option to sign up for automated or monthly payments. If you use the automated option, your account will be charged automatically each month. If you choose to make monthly payments, you will be able to log in monthly to make your payment. Email reminders will be sent each month.
- Be sure to compare your payment plan with your Financial Aid Award letter.
Questions: 419-824-3696 or email@example.com
There are three methods for paying your tuition in full.
- You can pay online with a credit card.
- You can pay via check made payable to Lourdes University and sent to Lourdes University Student Accounts Office, 6832 Convent Blvd., Sylvania, OH 43560.
- You can pay in person with a credit card at the Cashier in Mother Adelaide Hall near the Appold Planetarium or over the phone at 419-824-3695.
Payment is due in full for each semester prior to the start of classes. Payment due dates are as follows:
- Summer semester – May 14, 2018
- Fall semester – August 27, 2018
- Spring semester – January 14, 2019
- Summer semester – May 20, 2019
Financial Aid FAQs
If financial aid information is not on file by the first day of the semester, a $50 payment plan fee is added to the account and monthly billings are sent until the bill is paid in full. If financial aid does not cover all charges, the student may use either self pay option to pay the balance. If financial aid is in excess of the charges, a refund will be processed when application of financial aid creates a credit balance.
Failure to make timely payments on an outstanding balance results in a hold being placed on the account. This hold subsequently affects future registrations, transcripts and diplomas. Students are encouraged to contact the Student Account’s Office to discuss the balance and pursue arrangements for payment.
TAX INFORMATION: FORM 1098T
In previous years, your 1098-T included a figure in Box 2 that represented the qualified tuition and related expenses (QTRE) we billed to your student account for the calendar (tax) year. Due to a change to institutional reporting requirements under federal law, beginning with tax year 2018, Lourdes will report in Box 1 the amount of QTRE you paid during the year.
For students who register in the fall for the upcoming Spring term, the billing dates will fall in a different tax year than the actual dates of attendance. Therefore, if you registered in Fall of 2018 for the Spring 2019 semester, the charges will be reported for tax year 2018.
Since we cannot credit scholarships/grant to your account prior to the beginning of a semester, the amount of scholarships/grants reported will be reported in the tax year of the actual attendance for a semester (e.g., Spring 2018 registration reported in tax year 2017 but scholarships/grants reported in tax year 2019). Please share this information with your tax preparer.
Students can access their 1098-T 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through the Lourdes Portal.
Here are the instructions for a student to view their 1098-T:
- Login to the Lourdes portal
- Select ‘Web Self Service’
- Select ‘Student’
- Select ‘Student Records’
- Select ‘Tax Notification’
- Enter Tax Year: “2018” and click submit
If a student withdraws before freeze date:
Tuition & fees charged are 0%
Tuition & Fees refunded are 100%
If a student withdraws after freeze date:
Tuition & Fees charged are 100%
Tuition & Fees refunded are 0%
A refund of tuition may be claimed in case of withdrawal from the University or from individual courses. Students must submit in writing a dated notice of withdrawal to the Registrar’s Office. The amount of any refund will be calculated based on the date the notice is received by the Registrar. Mere cessation of attendance does not constitute official withdrawal. Students who discontinue class attendance without officially notifying the Registrar during the refund period will be responsible for the full amount of tuition. Charges will be made if a student withdraws completely after the semester begins.
Any student who wishes to withdraw should contact their Advisor, who will initiate the written withdrawal notice for the student to submit to the Registrar’s Office. Withdrawing does impact a student’s account. Return to Title IV calculations must be calculated when a student receives federal financial aid. These calculations determine how much of the federal money a student earned and how much must be returned to the federal funding agencies. Additional information is available by contacting the Financial Aid Office.