Late Fees

When Bills Are Not Paid On Time

We want to do everything we can to assist you in paying your bill on time and avoiding unnecessary fees.

In the event a bill is not paid in full or on time, this section explains late charges, holds, and measures we take to ensure your student account remains in good standing with the University.

Late Charges

Payments must be made and posted by the payment due date listed on your online student statement of account to avoid a late payment charge.  You will be charged a late payment fee of $125 if you make your payment after the due date. 

Please note that additional charges that result from any course registration or program changes made after the first statement of the term must be paid at the time of the change.

All account balances not paid in full when due are the sole responsibility of the studentYou are also responsible for all costs incurred by the university to collect such debt. This may include, but is not limited to, late fees, collections costs, litigation/attorney's fees, and court costs.

Financial Holds

University departments and offices place "holds" on registration, diplomas, and transcripts for students with outstanding financial obligations (of one dollar or greater) with the university. Payments must be made on a timely basis for all services or transactions.

If the balance on your student account is $200 or greater when registration for the next semester begins, your account will be blocked from registering for classes in the upcoming semester until the balance is paid in full.  Additionally, the financial hold will block ability to access diplomas and transcripts.  Learn more about financial holds.