by Matt Davis | Jan 3, 2020
Do you have a question about Get-Acquainted Days or Need help with interacting with this webpage?
Below you’ll find Contact Information for the people you’d want to speak with:
For Event Questions, please contact Katie Marsh.
330.337.6403 Ext. 141
For webpage assistance, please contact Matthew Davis.
330.337.6403 Ext. 152
When: May 24th at 7:00 P.M.
Location: Allegheny Wesleyan Methodist Church
Address: 1095 New Garden Rd. Salem, OH 44460
There are a number of faithful donors who consistently give $1,000.00 or even a few thousand dollars over a given year. Local church offerings also mean much to us. We praise God for all these gifts. While we are deeply dependent on these larger gifts, the purpose for the “$10-A-Month” is a little different. Our target audience is particularly those with small and limited incomes who can help us on a regular monthly basis. We are asking our friends to commit to just $10.00 each month (about $2.50 per week).
The Thanksgiving Offering is used for student scholarships. Every year, nearing the Thanksgiving holiday, Allegheny Wesleyan College has a thanksgiving banquet and scholarships are awarded to needy students during this time. Your giving will be a blessing to a student.
Each Department is given a budgeted amount that they are allowed to use for operational expenses. Your giving to a specific department will allow for improvements at a quicker rate.
Students are able to work on campus with the help of work study. This program is actually two-fold: the per hour pay allows students to pay off their school bill and remain on campus, while AWC benefits because the work needs done.
This link will be updated soon
Allegheny Wesleyan College offers two options for payment of student accounts: payment in full and the deferred payment plan.
Deferred Payment Plan Option
Students who are unable to pay their bill in full may pay for tuition, room, and board in four installments as follows:
Semester I—25% due on September 1, 25% due on October 1, 25% due on November 1, and 25% due on December 1.
Semester II—25% due on February 1, 25% due on March 1, 25% due on April 1, and 25%due on May 1.
If a student fails to make payments on time, a late payment charge of $15 will be assessed; however, a ten-day grace period will be granted for those unable to meet the payment schedule. If payment is not received by the end of the grace period, the student will not be permitted to attend class until satisfactory arrangements are made with the Business Office.
No one can enroll in a new semester until the previous semester’s bill has been paid in full except for the Spring semester at which time one’s balance must not exceed $500.00.