Clearing your account means you have made financial arrangements to pay your tuition and fees to the college. These arrangements may include a combination of scholarships, grants, loans, third-party tuition payments, and/or personal funds. Once you have cleared your account, you will know how much money you owe the college or how much money you should expect will be refunded to you if you have financial aid in excess of your charges.
You will need the following items to navigate the account clearing process:
Your account should contain tuition, mal-practice insurance premium, health insurance premium, student body fee, technology fee, dorm fees (if applicable), and may also contain other fees that vary by course.
If the charges on your Statement of Account are not correct, contact the Accounting office as soon as possible.
If the Net Accepted Financial Aid is not correct, contact the Financial Aid office as soon as possible.
You must clear your account online through WebAdvisor by the deadline indicated on your Financial Worksheet. After this date, you can no longer clear your account online and must visit the Accounting Office for clearance.
You must pay the amount you owe the college either online, through the mail or in person in the Accounting Office (Loveridge Hall, Suite 33B) by the deadline shown on your Financial Worksheet.
The Accounting Office is open between 8:00am and 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. Payments accepted in the Accounting Office are cash, check, money order, and credit/debit card (VISA or MasterCard only to a maximum of $1,000.00 per term). You can also pay online* during the Clear Your Account process. Make checks payable to Linfield College.
Late charges of $100.00 and/or finance charges of 1%/month may be applied to your account after the deadline.
* Additional online payment options include:
For more information, please follow the link near the top and bottom of the Payment Options page displayed during the clearing process. Be aware that there may be additional fees associated with the options listed above.
If your financial aid exceeds your account balance and your account is cleared, a refund of the excess will be processed between 2 and 3 weeks after the first day of the term.
An email will be sent to you when checks are ready to be picked up in the Accounting Office.
If you are expecting a financial aid refund, you may want to use a voucher at the Linfield Bookstore. You can stop by the Accounting Office (33B Loveridge Hall) or email Susan Marek with the amount you want to spend and we will set up a Student Financial Aid account for you in the bookstore.
Linfield College requires that all students carry health insurance coverage. Students are automatically enrolled in the Student Health Insurance Plan provided by Aetna Student Health. The insurance premium is automatically charged to your account upon registration for the first term of each Academic Year. You may waive participation in the Student Health Insurance Plan if you have other health insurance coverage.
To waive coverage and have the premium automatically removed from your account you will be asked to provide the name of your insurance carrier and your policy number. There are 2 ways to waive the insurance:
No refund of premium will be made after the deadline.