Announcing New Partnership With Higher One
Beginning in December 2013, Lindenwood University partnered with Higher One® to bring a new method for receiving your refunds and managing money to all Lindenwood University students— the My One Money Card.
Beginning December 16, look for the bright green envelope from Higher One. Once it arrives, you’ll simply use the card inside to let us know how you’d like to receive your money. Just choose the option that best fits you…and be sure to get started as soon as it arrives! Remember, even if you are not currently expecting a refund, we may have money for you in the future, so don’t wait.
The cards will be mailed to students places of residence around the second week of December.
**Please remember to send your refund request to firstname.lastname@example.org
SP SEM 2014 Tuition is Due
If you have registered for classes your billing statement can be found on your Student Portal under “My Ledger”.
Payments can be made by mail, over the phone (by credit or debit card), on the Student Portal (with a debit or credit card) or in person.
If you have questions or need to set up a payment plan please contact your Account Representative.
Undergraduate Semester Account Representatives:
Graduate Semester Account Representatives:
Welcome to all our new and returning students!
In an effort to make your financial transactions easier, the Business Office would like to provide the following information:
Where To Make Payment?
A transcript will not be issued when the student is delinquent in payment of tuition, has not returned library books, or when there are other unfulfilled obligations to the university. Students participating in work and learn must be current on hours.
A request for a transcript should be made either on a transcript request form or by letter to the Registrar's Office, including name, Social Security Number, date of attendance, and current address. Normal processing time is three days.
In conformance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (the Buckley Amendment), Lindenwood University has established a system to insure that students have complete access to their educational records and the right to challenge information they believe to be inaccurate or misleading. Information about these procedures can be obtained from the Registrar's Office.