Payment Due Dates, Late Fees and Class Cancellation
The University's policy continues to require either payment-in-full or a deferment plan with a 25% payment to indicate your intention to attend the classes on your schedule. Failure to make these financial arrangements by the payment due date will result in a cancellation of your classes; thus, creating a need to re-register for classes subject to space availability.
Remember: there are three payment deadlines that must be met in order to keep your classes: December 13, 2013, January 3, 2014, and January 10, 2014 by 5:00 pm. If you add any new charges to your student account, (a class, meal plan, parking permit, etc) you must also make a payment before the following due date! For example, if you add a class on January 8th, the payment is still due on January 10th by 5:00 pm.
Winter 2014 Payment Due Dates
1st Payment: December 13, 2013 by 5:00pm (For any charges assessed on or before December 13)
January 3, 2014 by 5:00pm (For any charges assessed December 14 - January 3)
January 10, 2014 by 5:00pm (For any charges assessed January 4 - January 10)
2nd Payment: January 24, 2014 by 5:00pm
3rd Payment: February 21, 2014 by 5:00pm
4th Payment: March 21, 2014 by 5:00pm
If by the payment due date, you have made a partial payment which is 25% or more of your account balance, you will be placed on an installment plan and charged a $40.00 non-refundable fee. If it is not your intention to pay by installments, please make sure that your entire balance is paid by the payment due date.
Any Charges unpaid by the statement due date will result in a hold on your account and prevent registration activity. Late fees in the amount of 1% will be assessed each month on the past due balance. You will be responsible to pay all late fees, collection costs and attorney fees. Delinquent accounts will be sent to a collection agency and will be placed on your credit report. All payments that are returned by the bank are subject to a $20 returned check fee. Returned payments made towards tuition or a past semester charge could result in class cancellation if not paid in a timely manner. If a check is returned for insufficient funds we may present it to the bank electronically.
Page last modified November 25, 2013