Webber International University, also known as Webber, is a not-for-profit private institution of higher education. It is located on a 110-acre campus and hosts students from more than 48 different countries.
How much does a top-notch business education cost?
Webber International University is a privately endowed, non-profit institution that is committed to providing an exceptional education at a reasonable cost. Studies show that a college education is one of the best investments one can make for their future. Over a lifetime, the gap in earning potential between a high school diploma and a B.A. (or higher) is more than $1
million. Whatever short term sacrifices you make for college education are more than repaid in the long term.
All education and operation income is derived from endowment funds, tuition fees, gifts, foundations, business, and philanthropic contributions. The student actually pays only a portion of his/her educational expenses. Fees charged by the University may be adjusted at any time by the Board of Trustees.
For some families, education expenses are easier to pay when spread over predictable, interest-free monthly payments. Our Interest-Free Monthly Payment Option, offered in partnership with Tuition Management Systems, is an alternative to large annual or term payments and helps limit borrowing. It is available for a small enrollment fee and includes:
– Convenient, interest-free monthly payments
– 24-hour account access through Tuition Management Systems’ web site
– Toll-free automated account information
– Toll-free personal service Monday-Saturday at 1-888-285-3052
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Federal regulations state that in order for federal aid to be used to pay indirect charges, such as parking fines and student insurance, you must submit the Title IV Authorization Form to the Business Office. The authorization of the form provides instructions to the University on how to apply excess Title IV funds from the student’s account and also instructs the University on refunding over-payments or holding funds on the account for future use.
The University is required to have this form on file prior to disbursing any federal aid; therefore, it is imperative that you complete this form.