-Failure to pay does not relieve students of their financial obligation. If you are not planning on attending or financially cannot pay you must drop courses by the free/drop period.
-The University reserves the right to cancel registration if students have not made satisfactory arrangements to pay their semester's costs.
-If any fees, fines or miscellaneous payments are not received by due dates, the student may be dropped from the University. Subsequent registration will be refused and transcripts, diplomas and other information concerning attendance at the University will be withheld. Reinstatement requires payment of the amount due and compliance with the usual readmission procedures.
-Students are responsible for collection agency fees, attorney fees, court costs and other costs and charges necessary for the collection of any amount not paid by the due date.
-Students who fail to make payments by the due date may be denied the privilege of using the installment payment plan in future semesters.
Any student who is not financially cleared by the date specified on each monthly invoice may be charged a $55* late-payment fee each billing cycle. New students who are admitted too late to pay by the established fee-payment date, as identified by the Admissions Office, will not be charged a late-payment fee if they make payment at the time of registration.
A student who chooses the installment payment plan and either does not pay the second, third and final installments when due or fails to pay the required percentage of his or her bill, will be assessed a $25* installment penalty for each such installment.
Although every effort has been made to assure the accuracy of the information in the Catalog,
students and others who use the Catalog should note that the policies, rules, regulations,
requirements for graduation, course offerings, and other materials reproduced in the Catalog change
from time-to-time and that these changes may alter the information contained in this Catalog.
see Legal Statement