WSSU uses an electronic billing system. You will not receive a paper bill from WSSU. All billing is done through our e-billing system. Once bills are generated, you will receive an email notification that your bill is available online through TouchNet. See instructions for accessing TouchNet below.
From the WSSU homepage, click on Current Students, Select the tab Campus Resources, Select Student Accounts.
Under Featured Links, Select Student Account Suite ACCESS, which is the TouchNet site. From here you can also set up direct deposit and make credit card payments.
You can pay the difference using these payment methods.
WSSU offers the RamPay payment plan. Enrolled students can use this alternative payment plan to help meet costs of education, including tuition, room and board, and other costs associated with enrollment. Please visit the RamPay page for more information.
Please contact the WSSU Scholarships and Financial Aid Office for in-depth questions regarding financial aid.
WSSU accepts scholarships from all sources. They can be used to pay your bill or reduce the balance due. Please contact the Scholarship and Financial Aid Office for more information.
Third Party Billing
The Student Accounts Office accepts authorizations from third party sponsors to bill them directly.
- A third party sponsor is a private company/organization, an embassy, or government agency that pays all, or a portion, of a student’s bill directly to the university.
- The payment must be unconditional; it cannot be contingent on academic performance or employee reimbursement policies.
- Please note that any portion of the student's bill not covered by the third party is due by the first day of the semester in order to avoid any late fees.
- Sponsor name, billing address, and telephone number.
- Student’s name
- Banner ID
- Dollar amount and definition of fees and charges to be paid
Authorizations should be sent or brought to:
Winston-Salem State University
Student Accounts Office
200 Thompson Center
Winston-Salem, NC 27110
- Third party sponsors will be invoiced after drop/add period for fall, spring, and summer semesters, respectively.
- The extension of credit by the university for an anticipated third party payment does not relieve a student from any financial responsibilities to the university.
- If the sponsor’s authorization does not pay the balance in full, the student is responsible for payment of any outstanding balance by the statement due date.
- If payment is not received from the sponsor, then the student will be held liable for all charges and any interest and penalties that may have accrued on the account.
- Employer reimbursement is typically contingent upon academic performance.
- Students who are receiving reimbursement from their employers are responsible for paying the balance in full by the start of the semester.
- Winston-Salem State University will not defer tuition payments for students with pending employer reimbursement.
- If payment is not received by the due date, late payment fees, and administrative holds will be applied to the student’s account.
- Employers often request an itemized statement displaying the student’s charges per course/term.
- The Student Account E-Bill does not include the itemized costs per course.
- Should you require an itemized statement, please submit the reimbursement request form from your employer.
- Please allow 3 to 5 business days for processing.