May 26, 2020  
2019-2020 Student Handbook and Undergraduate Catalog 
2019-2020 Student Handbook and Undergraduate Catalog

Payment Of Tuition And Fees

All Tuition and Fees must be paid in full at the Cashier’s Window in the Business Services Building or by setting up a payment plan with Nelnet Business Solutions (accessible through Student Planning). Personal checks are accepted for payment of accounts, but a charge will be assessed by a check recovery service for returned checks. Students whose tuition and/or fee checks are returned by the bank are subject to administrative withdrawal. VISA and MasterCard are accepted for payment of tuition.

Any student account that remains unpaid at the end of the semester and is not paid within thirty (30) days may be turned over to an outside collection agency for assistance in collecting. A collection cost will be added to the amount owed by the student to cover the collection agency cost. Unpaid account balances may also be sent to the state utilizing the Debt-Set Off program which deducts amounts due to the College from an individual’s tax refund.

Students may not attend classes until they have paid tuition in full or made definite arrangements concerning Financial Aid with the Financial Aid Officer in the Student Affairs Office. This applies to all students, including recipients of Pell, WIA, NAFTA/TAA, scholarships, Rehab, Veterans’ benefits, and other types of aid.

A Tuition Deferred Payment Agreement / Payment Plans are available to students. Information about the payment plan can be found on the College’s website.

NOTE: Before any financial aid funds from student loans, scholarships, and federal or state aid are released to a student, all charges or any monies owed to the College must be paid. All financial aid funds received will be credited to the student’s account. After all charges to the student’s account have been satisfied, remaining funds will be disbursed to the student in a timely manner.