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Billing & Payments

2015 Summer Billing Information

Longwood University plans to generate the first Ebill notice for the 2015 Summer I semester on April 14, 2015.  The balance must be paid in full, secured by Financial Aid and/or approved Third-Party Tuition Assistance by May 15, 2015.

Longwood University plans to generate the first Ebill notice for the 2015 Summer II  semester on May 19, 2015.  The balance must be paid in full, secured by Financial Aid and/or approved Third-Party Tuition Assistance by July 2, 2015.

2015 Spring Billing Information

Longwood University plans to generate the first Ebill for 2015 Spring on November 21, 2014. The balance must be paid in full, secured by Payment Plan and/or Financial Aid and/or approved Third-Party Tuition Assistance by January 7, 2015.

 

 

Students and their authorized users will receive email notification when new statements are produced. Students and authorized users should continue to monitor their "Current Account Balance" on a regular basis. Any charges incurred after the initial due date of the semester bill are due when assessed. The account balance should be maintained at zero after the original semester due date. Billing statements may be generated on a weekly basis to reflect changes to a student's account. Late fees of 10% will be assessed on past due balances. Students with unpaid account balances have hold flags to prevent adding classes and receiving transcripts. If you need to drop a class and have a hold, you may contact the registrar's office at 434-395-2580 to have their office drop your class(es).  If you have questions concerning any holds, please call the extension listed under hold type as displayed when viewing your holds using MY LONGWOOD.

 

TouchNet System

To access the TouchNet system login into myLongwood, select the Student tab, click on My Student Account

Authorized Users

Authorized Users will enter using the Longwood University Student Account Suite website once your student has established your access.

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Hold Flags

Students with unpaid account balances have hold flags to prevent adding/dropping classes and receiving transcripts. If you need to drop a class and have a hold, you may contact the registrar's office at 434.395.2580.