Waldorf University requires that all international residential students pay a $500 tuition deposit before receiving their I-20 documents. The tuition deposit is applied to a student's account for the first semester at the University. If the international student is staying on-campus then a $125 housing deposit is also required. The housing deposit acts as a dorm security deposit.
Students may use the following options to make a payment. The Business Office may be contact for any questions on how to pay these fees.
To send a check, it must come from a bank located in the United States. Make checks payable to “Waldorf University” and send to:
106 S Sixth St
Forest City, IA 50436.
Please write the student's name on the memo line of the check.
American Express, MasterCard and Visa credit cards are accepted. To use a credit card, you may call or email the business office and tell them your card information. Make sure to mention the name of the student that the money is for.
Business Office Phone: 641.585.8135
To deposit online, please complete the deposit form. It will take you to PayPal where you can sign in to make a payment.
List all of the information below on your wire transfer:
7700 Mineral Point Road
Madison, WI 53717
Beneficiary's Financial Institution
Manufacturers Bank & Trust
245 East J Street
Forest City, IA 50436
Mayes Education, Inc. (d/b/a Waldorf University)
106 S Sixth St.
Forest City, IA 50436
(Be sure to list your name on the transfer.)
Note: Manufacturers Bank and Trust in Forest City, Iowa, can only receive wire transfers from Bankers Bank in Madison, Wis. If your bank cannot wire directly to Wisconsin and needs to wire to another bank (on the East Coast, for example) that bank must forward it to Bankers Bank in order for it to arrive in Forest City. The bank charges a $15 fee for this service.
Contact the business office by telephone 641.585.8135 or via email to find the best payment option for you. Generally, the amount owed to Waldorf (after financial aid) for a specific semester is due according to the following schedule:
- Fall Semester: August 31
- Spring Semester: January 31
- Summer Semester: May 31
Payment arrangement options include the following:
- Payment in Full: Payment is due August 31 for the fall semester balance. Payment is due January 31 for the spring semester balance.
- Payment deferred over the semester: Payments will be accepted with a monthly one percent finance charge added to the student’s tuition account. This account must be paid in full to register for the following semester.
To set up your payment plan, please complete the payment plan form and submit that form to the business office.