IMPORTANT: We are aware of the many challenges students and families are faced with as a result of COVID-19. Therefore, a late payment fee will not be assessed to your student account if you are unable to pay by the due date.
Furthermore, students enrolled in the fall 2019 and/or spring 2020 terms will temporarily have a financial hold lifted to allow enrollment in summer 2020 and fall 2020 when it opens on April 6th.
[If a student has a past due balance, a hold prohibiting future registration and/or receipt of transcripts will be placed on his/her account until the balance is paid. Additionally, late payment fees will continue to accrue on the unpaid balance.]
An email or letter is sent to the student each month if the balance remains unpaid. This document explains the actions to be taken and the timeframe in which this action needs to be done.
Never ignore an attempt to contact you. Making an appointment with an account counselor as soon as this letter has been received will allow for more options and even the possibility of some financial assistance to resolve your account debt. To delay such action could mean the loss of financial aid for which you may have been eligible.
You, as the student (if you are above 18 years of age), not your parents or guardian, are legally responsible for the payment of your student account. The actions you take regarding the notices you receive can have a major impact on your future credit and could include the following:
Reporting the debt to credit bureaus.
Listing the account with the State Comptroller’s Offset Program.