Your student accounts via My.Whittier portal is where you can access the online payment site and enroll in payment plans. Students will need to provide access to proxy users. Proxy Access is needed to access the online payment site for parents (proxy) or other authorized payers. The payment plans are available to you for a small enrollment fee; there are no interest charges. A late fee will be applied when any monthly installment becomes past due.
The online Student Account will show the actual balance due for the term. If your balance changes after enrollment due to registration, financial aid, or payments, you may update the plan budget through your online Student Account on your My.Whittier portal to reflect the current account balance. Please contact the Business Office if you need assistance with adjusting the plan budget.
Six installments, enrollment available April 15th. The first installment starts May, installments are due monthly thereafter ending in October. See below payment plan terms.
Six installments, enrollment available in October. The first installment is due in November, installments are due monthly thereafter ending in April. See below payment plan terms.
Payment due on the 10th and late 15 days after the due date.
No enrollment after the 2nd to the last installment due.
From within the Online Student Account, students may give access to parents or other authorized payers to make payments. After a student provides authorization, parents or other authorized payers may access the Online Student Account through a link that will be emailed after the student authorizes access. Look for an email from Transact Campus/CashNet.
One-time online payments may be made via ACH (electronic check) with no fee. Payments made using credit cards or debit cards will be processed through a third-party service. There is a convenience fee associated with using the third-party service.
First Republic Bank
111 Pine Street
San Francisco, CA 94111
For Credit To: Whittier College General Account
RE: Students Full Name AND Whittier College 8-digit ID#
Account Number: 80003 021375
ABA Number: 321 081 669
Swift Code: FRBBUS6S
Students may access the Online Student Account through their My.Whittier portal. From within the Online Student Account, students may give access to parents or other authorized payers to make payments. After a student provides authorization, parents or other authorized payers may access the Online Student Account through a link that will be emailed after the student authorizes access. Look for an email from Transact Campus/CashNet.
To make an international payment, select “Foreign Currency” as the form of payment. International payments are processed by Flywire. To complete your payment, your information will be provided to Flywire and you will be directed to the Flywire website.
Do not send cash or credit card information through mail or commercial carrier. Whittier College is not responsible for lost or stolen payments. Please include Student's Name AND Whittier College ID# on check or money order. Checks returned for non-sufficient funds will incur a $25 returned check fee.
Attn: Business Office/Cashier
P.O. Box 634
Whittier, CA 90608-0634
Attn: Business Office/Cashier
7214 Painter Avenue
Whittier, CA 90602-1450
To apply earnings to a tuition account, please complete the Student Employment Check Release form.
Employment checks applied to Student Accounts will reduce the current Term balance. If you are enrolled in an installment payment plan for the current Term, the remaining unbilled installments will be adjusted pro-rata to reflect the lower term balance. However, applied employment checks will not automatically satisfy outstanding installments that have been billed and are due. To apply an individual employment check that to an outstanding installment, you must contact the Business Office.
A form will be mailed to you with the Fall Semester's billing statement. Additional forms are also available at the Business Office in Mendenhall.
Download the Financial Responsibility Agreement/Promissory Note
Read more about Tuition Protection Insurance and how it expands the scope of the College's tuition cancellation policy.