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If you have registered for courses and change your mind about attending please be sure to drop all classes, and don’t simply assume the school will run a cancellation process absolving you of any charges. You must withdraw from your classes prior to the first day of the semester to avoid tuition and fee drop charges. Any student that does not officially withdraw from classes prior to the start of the term will be charged tuition and fees based upon the University’s academic calendar.

Information & Deadlines

Payment Deadlines

Payment Options:

Third-Party/Other Payments:

  • Financial Aid: Must be present on your bill prior to your due date. All aid is estimated and bills are not considered paid until ALL aid is disbursed to the College.
  • Scholarships: Must be present on your bill prior to your due date. All scholarships are estimated and bills are not considered paid until the scholarship pays the College. Scholarships do NOT pay for late drops during the first three weeks of classes.
  • Vouchers: Must be present on your bill prior to your due date. All vouchers are estimated and bills are not considered paid until the voucher pays the College. Vouchers do NOT pay for late drops during the first three weeks of classes.
  • Waivers: Must be present on your bill prior to your due date. Waivers do NOT pay for late drops during the first three weeks of classes.
  • Third-Party/Employer Payments: Must be present on your bill prior to your due date. Payment letters will ONLY be accepted if they are not contingent upon particular grades being earned. All third-party payments are estimated and bills are not considered paid until the payment reaches the College.

Late Payments and Unresolved Balances:

All students who owe balances after classes begin for each term are responsible for paying a $15 late payment fee.

Until all balances are settled in full, a SERVICE INDICATOR will be placed on the student's account in accordance with University policy.

Bursar HOLDS will prohibit students from registering for a future term, acquiring a transcript and receiving their diploma or other College documentation.

If bills remain unpaid for more than one term, the College reserves the right to forward a student's account to a Collection Agency. Once an account is referred to a Collection Agency, the student will be responsible for all collection costs plus what is owed to the College. In addition, non-payment or a default judgment against a student's account may be reported to a credit bureau and subsequently reflected on a student's credit reports. More information...

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