Your course and fee statement is available through your MyLETU page on the Enrollment Checklist under View/Pay My Bill. The course and fee statement allows you to view tuition, fees, and housing costs prior to arriving at LETU for the semester. Please note that if you will be using the Textbook Butler program through Tree of Life to get your textbooks, those charges will not appear on your course and fee statement until the books arrive on campus approximately one week before the semester begins. You will be able to make payment or payment arrangements for the books after those charges area applied to your account.
Payment based on this course and fee statement should be sent to LeTourneau so that your registration status will be confirmed for the semester. The following payment options are available:
If you or your parents choose to make a debit/credit card payment, please do so through your Enrollment Checklist on the MyLETU page under the View/Pay My Bill option.
If you plan to pay by international wire transfer, please do so using our payment partner PeerTransfer.
LeTourneau University has chosen to partner with peerTransfer to make your international payments safe and easy. PeerTransfer allows you to pay from almost any country and any bank. They also offer excellent foreign exchange rates, allowing you to pay in your home currency (in most cases) and save money, compared to traditional banks. You will be able to track the progress of your payment throughout the transfer process with a student dashboard and you will also be notified by email when your payment is received by LeTourneau.
You can begin the process by creating an account at www.peertransfer.com/letu and PeerTransfer will walk you through the process of initiating the wire transfer through your home bank.
If you have any questions, please contact the Student Account office at @ 903.233.4130 or email@example.com.
If you need to cash a personal check, you may do so at the Cashier Window on the second floor of the Library. Guidelines for cashing checks will be explained to you at the window.
Cashier Window Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.
Information typically needed to open a bank account:
Difference Between Savings Account and Checking Account
A savings account earns interest. If you have several hundred dollars above your routine living expenses, a savings account is a safe way to invest that money. Your checking account is designed for your daily transactions like your bills and spending. You can withdraw any amount from a regular (or passbook) savings account whenever it is necessary. If you have a savings and checking account at the same bank, you can transfer funds from your savings to your checking account over the phone or online.
Debit Cards/Check Cards
A debit card (also called a check card) is NOT the same as a credit card. When you use a debit card, the money is immediately withdrawn from your checking account. Therefore, it is important to know the balance in your account to avoid making purchases that exceed that amount.
Using an ATM
Automated Teller Machines (ATMs), allow you to make cash withdrawals, deposits, and transfers between accounts. You can also view your account balance. This is free at your own bank and its branches, but when you use another bank’s ATM (for any reason), both your bank and the other bank could charge you a bank fee*. There is a limit on how much money you can withdraw from an ATM at one time or on one day. Check with your bank to see what the limit is.
*There is an ATM on LETU’s campus, located on the first floor of Allen Family Student Center the vending area across from the media room, but the campus ATM may not be your bank’s machine.
Below is a partial list of banks in Longview. We are not recommending any particular bank. You can check the local phone book or online for other banking options.
Some Local Banks
308 E Loop 281
116 E South Street
2440 S High Street
First Convenience Bank
4006 Estes Parkway
208 N Center Street
Texas Bank and Trust
300 East Whaley Street
Credit Balance refunds will be processed via the students’ Higher One Refund Card. Students will receive their Higher One Refund Card in their CPO boxes shortly after arriving on campus. After receiving the card, they will activate the card and select a preference for receiving their funds. Credit balance refunds will not be disbursed until the financial aid has actually been received and posted to the student’s account. Student will receive an email notification when their aid funds have posted to their student account. To learn more about the Higher One Card, please visit MyOneMoney.com.
PO Box 7001
Longview, TX 75607
Business Office hours:
8am-5pm Monday through Friday
9am-4pm Monday through Friday