In the event of a past due balance, diplomas will not be issued, enrollment for subsequent terms will not be allowed, college credits will not be transferred and transcripts of college credits will not be released until the balance is paid in full.
Failure to meet financial obligations of any kind to the University could also subject the student to eviction from University housing, suspension of future services, referral of the student’s delinquent account to a collection agency, and the assessment of additional late payment charges, transcript hold fees, attorney’s fees, and other costs and charges necessary for the collection of any amount not paid when due.
If a student’s University account has an outstanding balance and the University has in its possession any funds payable to the student (from payments or credits applied to the student’s account, payroll checks, and/or any other source except as noted in the “Use of Federal Financial Aid to Pay Prior Year Charges” section), the University reserves the right to withhold the funds necessary to clear the student’s outstanding balance and to cover any collection costs incurred. Once those amounts are paid, any remaining funds are paid to the student.
Payment of registration charges with a check that is returned from the bank unpaid will result in a late registration fee and a returned check fee. Students who fail to clear a returned check taken in payment for registration charges will be administratively withdrawn from classes. These students will owe the prorated portion of the charges for tuition and residence hall room charges as specified in the Withdrawals section of the student handbook.