Summer I: May 15
Summer II: June 30
Fall: July 31
Spring: December 31
Account balances (net of verified financial aid) that remain after billing due dates will be assessed a 1% finance charge per month.
For new students, a $500 deposit is due at the time of accepting our offer of admission. The bachelor’s program requires a $200 deposit at time of acceptance. Your deposit is credited to your student account as a cash payment towards your first semester costs.
Tuition is due approximately 30 days prior to the start of each term. You may access your student account records on-line through the Secure Student Information Gateway (SSIG). You will receive an e-mail informing you when your account is ready for viewing. An optional paper statement will be mailed upon request. Billing questions can be directed to the Office of Student Services at 617-327-6777 x1523
Your account balance can be paid electronically or by personal check. Checks should be made payable to William James College and mailed to:
William James College
One Wells Avenue
Newton, MA 02459
Electronic payments (ACH or credit card) can be made by clicking the link below. Credit card payments will include a 2.99% convenience fee. As a not-for-profit organization, William James College is committed to controlling operating costs incurred during business transactions. William James College pays a fee to the vendor to process credit card payments and will receive no profit from this fee. William James College accepts online ACH payments from your checking or savings account free of charge.
Electronic One-Time Payments: williamjames.afford.com/paynow.
William James College, in partnership with Tuition Management Systems, offers interest-free monthly installment plan options. To enroll, please click on the following link: williamjames.afford.com.
It is the student's responsibility to ensure the budgeted amount to TMS will pay their William James College student account in full.The final payment for the semester must pay the semester in full.
If you are interested in applying for Federal Financial Aid (Stafford and GradPlus Loan) you must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This can be done online at www.studentloans.gov. In order to process loan applications and have funds in place by our due date, it is important that you file your FAFSA at least six weeks prior to the start of classes. The FAFSA can be filed anytime after January 1st using the previous years' estimated or completed tax return. William James College school code to receive the results is G21636.
If you have filed your FAFSA, the financial aid department will send out a Financial Aid Award Letter along with important information regarding federal loans via US mail within 10 days of your offer of admission.
If you have not received your award letter or you have questions about your award, please contact the Office of Student Services at 617-327-6777 x1523.
You must sign and return one copy of your Award Letter by the due date indicated on the letter. You will then be directed to go online to www.studentloans.gov to complete an Entrance Counseling Session and fill out the MPN (master promissory note) for the loan(s) you are requesting. A loan cannot be processed until these steps are completed.
Students who borrowed from the federal student loan programs prior to enrollment at William James College must provide to our Registrar a loan deferment request form from the lender(s) or school(s) that originated the loan.
If you are using financial aid to pay your living expenses, your living expense check will be disbursed after the add/drop period. Your financial aid is disbursed in semester installments.
Please visit our financial aid FAQ's page for additional information.
William James College uses an outside service to process student refunds. If you have not previously registered, you will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org* that will require you to choose a refund method. This will eliminate the waiting and give you immediate access to your money. Your options are direct deposit into your personal bank account or a reloadable prepaid debit card. Please note certain fees apply when using your debit card. Because of this, we strongly recommend that you choose direct deposit. If you do not sign up with afford.com, a refund check will be mailed to your home address in SSIG. Refund checks will no longer be available in the Financial Aid Office.
Please make sure to keep your address current on the refund system.
*William James College's refund program is administered by Tuition Management System (TMS). If you have any questions, please call 888-425-1138.
Any further questions please contact:
Debra Boyce, Bursar
William James College
1 Wells Avenue
Newton, MA 02459
617 327-6777 x1523