Payment Options


To pay online using your checking account or credit card, login to CASHNet.

Online payment options:

  • Electronic Check (no fee)
  • Credit Card (transaction fee applies)*

*Credit card payments are subject to a convenience fee of approximately 2.75%. During the check out process, the fee will be calculated and disclosed. 


Please put the student's name and ID in the memo line.

Make check or money order payable to Lawrence University and send to: 

Student Accounts
Lawrence University
711 E Boldt Way
Appleton, WI 54911

Wire Transfer

For wire transfer information, please send an email to

In Person

Make a payment in person by going to Lawrence Brokaw Central (building #13 on this map).

Accepted forms of payment at:

  • Cash
  • Check
  • Money Order
Cashier Window Hours  
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.


After hours: Please use the mail slot for payments to be processed the next business day.

International Students Wire Transfer

For international payments, Lawrence University has partnered with PayMyTuition. With PayMyTuition you can pay your tuition payments from any bank, in any country, in any currency, and at better-than-bank exchange rates.

PayMyTuition allows you to choose from several payment options and currencies including: wire transfers, eWallet payments, bill payments and credit card payments. You can pay your tuition payments in your home currency at better-than-bank exchange rates. PayMyTuition is fast, simple and cost effective.

Make an International Payment to Lawrence University

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Overload Policy

Effective for all students who matriculated in Fall 2012 or thereafter.

Financial Policy

The overload fee for 2018-19 is $1,311 per unit.

Students who are degree seeking are not charged for music ensembles (MUEN) or theatre productions (THAR 355 & 357) and receive a one-time waiver of the overload fee for 23-24 units in a single term (the per-unit fee is charged for 25 or more units). Students are charged for 23 or more units in subsequent terms.

Students who are non-degree seeking are charged for all courses, including music ensembles and theatre productions, and are not eligible for the one-time waiver.

Students who have been officially accepted into the double degree program receive a Double Degree Scholarship equal to seven units in an academic year. This scholarship can be used to offset overload fees up to seven units; standard fees apply for additional units. Unused scholarship funds do not carry over to the next academic year. A student must remain in the double degree program per the Conservatory Committee on Administration to be eligible, and eligibility is reviewed at the end of each academic year along with all other Conservatory aid.

Tuition is charged for courses in which the student is officially registered, regardless of attendance or final grade. Overload fees will be charged based on a student’s official registration for the term (attempted units). Failure to successfully complete and earn credit for all registered courses will not cancel or modify any overload fees that have been assessed.

Academic Policy

Click here to review the Academic Policy (PDF)

Double Degree Scholarship

Each student who has officially been accepted into the double degree program is eligible to receive a Double Degree Scholarship up to seven units in an academic year. The scholarship can be used to offset the overload fees for up to seven units an academic year.

Any overload credits beyond seven units will be charged at standard overload rates, with no opportunity for scholarships. Any unused scholarship credits do not roll over to the next academic year.

At the end of each academic year, eligibility for the Double Degree Scholarship will be reviewed along with all other financial aid. As long as the student remains in the double degree program per the Conservatory Committee on Administration, they will be eligible for the scholarship. If a student is no longer in the double degree program, eligibility for the scholarship will be revoked.

Contact the Student Accounts Office

(920) 832-6547


Mailing Address:
Student Accounts Office
Lawrence University
711 E Boldt Way
Appleton, WI 54911

In Person
Brokaw Central

Monthly Payment Plan

Lawrence University offers the option of an interest-free monthly payment plan, allowing students to spread education expenses over 10 monthly payments.  To enroll, please fill out the Monthly Payment Plan Enrollment Form (available after July 15th) and submit it to the Student Accounts Office.  If you have any questions, please call (920) 832-6547 or send an email to

Cashier Window Hours

The Cashier Window is located in 105 Brokaw Hall. 

Monday - Thursday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

After hours: Please use the mail slot for payments that will be processed the next day.

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Billing Statements

Billing statements (also referred to as your student account) are available online through CASHNet. Students can access CASHNet by logging into Voyager and clicking on the "Your Student Account" link found under the Student Services menu.  Students can grant permission to their parents or authorized users online in CASHNet.  Parents and authorized users can then access CASHNet by clicking here.  

An email reminder will be sent to the student's Lawrence email address on the 15th of each month when new billing statements are available.  Email reminders will also be sent to authorized users. 


The Form 1098-T Tuition Statement is used to determine eligibility for certain federal tax benefits, such as the American Opportunity Credit or Lifetime Learning Credit.  This form will be mailed to each student's home address at the end of January.  After February 1st, statements can be viewed online here.  If you have any questions about the statement, please contact Financial Services at (920) 832-6547 or (920) 832-7164.