The following is a compilation of financial policies from offices throughout campus. This is a guide only and is not authoritative. The true, dynamic policies and their implementation rest with the corresponding office and are subject to change at a time earlier than this document is re-published.
LeTourneau University attempts to provide financial assistance to students who would otherwise be unable to attend for financial reasons. Complete information about assistance is available in the university catalog or from the Office of Financial Aid, located on the second floor of the Library. The Federal Student Financial Aid Guide that describes all financial aid programs including student rights and responsibilities is available upon request at the Office of Financial Aid.
Refund Policy - If a student properly withdraws from the University and a refund of tuition and or fees is due, the adjustment will be credited to the student's account. Within 30 days of withdrawal, the applicable refund (if any remains) will be mailed to the student's home address. For complete information on tuition and fee refunds, please consult the university catalog or contact Student Accounts at (903) 233-4130.
Arrangements for payment of all tuition and fees must be completed five business days before the first day of class each semester. For more information on payment plan options, please contact Student Accounts at (903) 233-4130 or using this email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Students with delinquent accounts or with unpaid fines (including room, parking, library, etc.) will not receive transcripts or be allowed to register for future semesters. All accounts must be paid-in-full prior to registration for a new semester or to receive a transcript or diploma.
Tuition Benefits for Spouses of Married Students - Based on class space available, spouses of full time students are eligible to take one regular course per semester tuition free (books and other course fees are the responsibility of the student). The course may be taken for credit or audited. If more than one class is taken, all regular tuition fees will be paid for all classes. Courses offered by the Office of Continuing Studies are not included in this benefit.