Financial Penalties

Students whose accounts are not paid by the established semester payment due dates may be subject to financial penalties such as a Bursar Registration Hold.  A Bursar Registration Hold may prevent a student from registering and/or obtaining an official transcript or diploma.  When the student account is paid in full, the Bursar Registration Hold may be lifted.  If your payment is remitted via a paper check a 21 day delay must pass before the lifting of the Bursar Registration Hold.  If your payment is remitted via an e-check a 10 day delay must pass before the lifting of the Bursar Registration Hold. 

Effective Spring 2015 a late payment fee of $100 may be assessed when student accounts are not paid by the last day to drop/add.  A student whose payment is not honored by the bank on which it was drawn may be assessed a return payment fee of $25.00. If restitution is not made within 10 days of notification, the student may be subject to course cancellation, financial penalties and/or legal action.  

Debtors who do not make satisfactory payment arrangements on their past due accounts may have their accounts placed with a billing service. If not paid through the billing service, the unpaid account may be forwarded to a collection agency. It is the policy of the University that unpaid accounts will be assessed the costs and expenses of collection, including attorney fees.  Any E-check or Paper Check payment that is remitted on a Past Due account by a previously enrolled student will be subject to a 21 day delay on having their Bursar Registration Hold lifted.

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