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Payment Policy

  1. Students must be paid in full or set up payment plans on all accounts with the College prior to the first day of class each semester.

Beginning with registration each semester, tuition, fees, and other charges not covered by financial aid will be due and payable by the first day of class.

If a student leaves the College with unpaid accounts, his/her academic records will be withheld, and no transcript of record or academic recommendation will be issued until the account is paid in full.

  1. Students who fail to pay or setup a payment plan by the first day of class will be dropped from all classes.

 

  1. Late enrollment: Students who enroll or add classes after the first day of class, are expected to make payment in full or set up a payment plan at the time of enrollment.

 

  1. Charges will be assessed for non-return of rental books, library books, equipment checked out to student, or athletic items determined by the appropriate coach for student athletes.

 

  1. Holds will also be placed on student accounts for other financial obligations to the college (i.e., unpaid student housing or payments due to a student organization for travel expenses)

 

  1. Holds will be placed on records (transcripts) of students for not completing Financial Aid Exit Counseling.

 

  1. Balances more than 6 months past due will be sent to collections.

 

Payment Plan Policy

Students who wish to enroll but who are unable to pay 100% of their expenses by the first day of class may elect to utilize the Payment Plan option.

  1. Students must be paid in full or signed up for the Payment Plan by the first day of each semester.
  2. Students may elect to finance their account balance via a payment plan.
    1. Only awarded financial aid will be considered in the balance due. Any unpaid balances must be settled through the payment plan.
    2. Awarded financial aid means all documents have been submitted to financial aid, reviewed, and approved for disbursement.

 

  1. Students may set up a payment plan or they may authorize a parent, guardian or other individual to set up a payment plan on their behalf.
  2. A non-refundable fee will be assessed to establish a payment plan.
  3. Students defaulting on payments will have a hold placed on their account. Until the account is paid in full, students will not be able to enroll or receive academic records.
  4. Balances more than 6 months past due will be sent to collections.

Financial Aid Deferment

  1. Students who have awarded (fully completed) financial aid will receive a deferment of all expenses covered by the aid until aid is processed that semester.
    1. Only awarded financial aid will be considered in the balance due. Any unpaid balances must be settled through the payment plan.
    2. Awarded financial aid means all documents have been submitted to financial aid, reviewed, and approved for disbursement.
  2. Awarded aid status must be obtained prior to the first day of classes to be considered for deferment or as part of the payment plan.
  3. Any tuition/fee/expenses beyond awarded aid must be paid in full or via payment plan by the first day of classes.

Student Employment

  1. All students participating in the Student Labor program must have settled accounts prior to the first day of the semester.
  2. Outstanding balances owed by the student will be deducted from the student paycheck.
  3. Awarded financial aid will be considered in balance owed.
  4. Students depending on student employment proceeds to assist with payment of their account must set up a payment plan.
  5. Students will be allowed to retain 20% of their total monthly pay.

Third Party Billing Deferment

  1. Students whose employer or other business or government entity has agreed to pay the College for their tuition/fees/expenses may be exempt from payment provided they have completed the necessary forms required by their employer or other representative, have been verified by their employer, or other  representative as having qualified for “Third Party Billing Deferment”, and whose employer, or other representative has provided sufficient written documentation of such to the College prior to the first day of class for the semester of enrollment.

Insufficient Funds

  1. Insufficient funds or stop-payment checks are considered non-payment.
  2. An insufficient funds fee will be charged to the student account.

Future Enrollment

  1. Students who owe a balance less than $200 and are current within 60 days will be allowed to enroll for the next semester.