Penalties for Non-Payment
Failure To Make Initial Required Payment
Failure to make appropriate initial payment by the first payment deadline of the semester will result in the student being dropped from courses for that term.
Students who initially register on or after the first payment deadline, or who re-register after having their classes dropped for non-payment, will be assessed a $75 late registration fee. These students must pay 50% of their account balance by the day after the drop/add deadline. Failure to make this payment will result in a $50 deferment fee.
A student may re-register through the end of the drop/add period; however, there is no guarantee that the identical schedule can be recreated.
Payment of Remaining Account Balances
After initial payment, students must pay their remaining balance 30 days after the drop/add deadline. The remaining balance will be due on the final payment deadline.
Final Payment Deadline
If final payment has not been made by the final payment dealine of the semester, the student may be charged a late fee of up to $250. Non-payment also will result in a hold being placed on the student’s records. Such a hold means the student will not have access to future registration, grades or academic transcripts until the account is paid in full.