Winter Session

Payment Information

Payment Information

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Summer Session Payment Policy

Registration Date Payment Due Date
October 24, 2017 – January 2, 2018 Immediately upon registration

Winter Session requires immediate payment upon registration. Payment policy does not follow the standard fall/spring semester plan. Students are not billed. Students are responsible for checking their student account to ensure that full payment has posted. Payment posts 24 business hours after submission. Should full payment not post, students may be canceled or withdrawn and blocked from future Winter Session registration. Students may lose their seat if the course is full. Notification of this requirement is sent to the e-mail of record following any add/drop activity. Check your spam folder. No additional reminder is provided.

Cancellation or Withdrawal for Non-Payment

While the University reserves the right to cancel or withdraw and limit enrollment for financially delinquent students, your registration may not be automatically canceled or withdrawn for non-payment of tuition and fees. In addition, failure to attend class does not result in automatic cancellation. It is the student's responsibility to avoid academic and/or financial consequences by canceling registration prior to the first day of classes.

Students Canceled Before the Session Begins

  • Students canceled for non-payment before the start of Winter Session will be blocked from future registration for Winter Session. Notification is sent to the e-mail of record. Check your spam folder. If the course is full, the seat is lost. If the course is online, all access is lost. To re-register, pre-payment is required. The re-registration process may take up to 48 business hours to complete after pre-payment has been submitted.

Students Withdrawn After the Session Begins

  • Students withdrawn for non-payment on or after the first day of Winter Session lose course access immediately. Notification is sent via the e-mail of record. Check your spam folder. To re-register, pre-payment is required. In addition, the course instructor is required to send an e-mail supporting the re-registration request. The re-registration process may take up to 48 business hours to complete after pre-payment has been submitted.
  • If a student does not re-register, a notation of withdrawal from the term and the effective date will post to the students official University transcript and leaves a partial or full balance due for tuition and fees depending on the date of withdrawal. To appeal for the removal of the withdrawal, an Exception to Policy must be submitted.

Payment Process

Online Payment

  • After registration, click Payment Options to make a payment or select a payment exemption.
  • Notification of payment obligation is sent to the e-mail of record following any add/drop activity. Check your spam folder. Payment reminders are not sent.
  • If you did not submit payment after registration, click here.
  • Finance charges may accrue if payment is not made.

Mail, FAX, or In-Person Payment

Payment Options

Credit/Debit Card or Online Check

  • A 2.0% processing fee is assessed for all credit and debit card transactions.
  • There is NO processing fee for ACH (electronic check) payments.
  • For complete information, click here.

Financial Aid, Veteran/Military Benefits, Tuition Remission, Athletic Scholarship, or 3rd Party Billing

  • Students who selection one of the above payment options, receive an e-mail requiring action by the student. Check your spam folder. Failure to take action may result in cancellation and loss of seat.

Immediate Payment Exemptions

Students utilizing Financial Aid, Veteran/Military Benefits, Tuition Remission, Athletic Scholarship, or 3rd Party Billing must note this exemption during the payment process. If you did not note the exemption after registration, click here.

Several programs are exempt from immediate payment. Contact the program to determine when payment is due. Note: This exemption only applies to registration in program courses. Students taking non-program courses are not eligible for the immediate payment exemption.

Accessing Your Student Account

Students are responsible for checking their student account to ensure that full payment has posted. Payment posts 24 business hours after submission.

Refunds

The University does not automatically refund a credit balance. For information on how to request a refund, click here.

Delinquent Accounts

For the University’s official policy, click here.

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