Policies & Procedures
STUDENT AFFAIRS


412.00 PAYMENT OF TUITION AND FEES

 

Students are expected to settle accounts with the College as they become due and payable. Students who have outstanding accounts from any source will not be issued transcripts and/or grades until such accounts have been settled.

  1. Students who have past due balances from any source will not be allowed to enroll.
  2. Students who have enrolled, but have not paid 100% of their tuition and fees by the due date published in the schedule of courses, will be dropped from all classes with charges unless they officially drop within the refund period.
  3. Late enrollment: Students who enroll or add classes after the due date published in the schedule of courses must pay 100% of their tuition and fees not covered by scholarship in full by cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover on the day that they enroll or the enrollment in those classes will be cancelled.
  4. Students who wish to enroll but who are unable to pay 100% of their tuition and fees by the published due date may elect to utilize one of the following options:
    A. Tuition and Fees Payment Plan
    1. Students wishing to make payments may enroll in any option then available for the current semester through the College's contracted payment processor, accepting all terms and conditions as imposed. Enrollment in the payment plan must be prior to the payment due dates as published in the schedule of courses.
    2. Students who miss two consecutive payments through the College's contracted payment processor will be dropped from all classes unless they can make full payment of any remaining balance in cash within 10 days of notice being sent by the College.
    B. Title IV Deferment
    Students who have fully completed financial aid by August 1 for the Fall Semester, December 1 for the Spring Semester, and May 1 for the Summer Semester will receive an automatic deferment of all tuition and fees covered by the aid until aid is processed for that semester. Any tuition and fees beyond anticipated aid must be paid in accordance with 2, 3, or 4A above.
    C. Third Party Billing Deferment a. Students whose employer or other business or government entity has agreed to pay the College for their tuition and fees 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 published due date for the semester of enrollment.
  5. Insufficient funds or stop-payment checks are considered non-payment.

 

Adopted July 17, 1978
Revised November 19, 1984
Revised October 20, 1986
Revised July 20, 1987
Reviewed July 11, 1989
Revised June 19, 1995
Reviewed July 21, 2003
Revised January 24, 2005
Revised November 21, 2005
Revised December 18, 2006