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Payment of Tuition and Fees

All fees must be paid or pended in the Student Financial Service's Office by the date and time listed in the University Calendar, which is available online. Failure to pay or pend (based on financial aid or third party sponsorship) may result in registration cancelation. A $100 late payment fee will be assessed on all tuition and fees not pended or paid in full by the date and time listed in the University Calendar. If your tuition bill is deferred against pending financial aid, your aid must be disbursed to your account prior to the expiration date for financial aid or you will be assessed a $100 late payment fee. FINANCIAL AID IS NOT AUTOMATIC. You should check your myWings account on the status of your aid and to ensure that you have completed all documents, signed promissory notes for loans, etc. NOTE: You must be enrolled in at least six credit hours to qualify for student loans.

A fee transaction, regardless of amount, confirms a student’s intention to attend all courses for which he/she is still registered at the close of the drop/add period and  the student is fee liable for all courses he/she register for (unless they drop the course(s) by the published deadline to do so) regardless of attendance in the class.

A fee payment check returned for any reason (i.e., insufficient funds, stop payment, account closed, wrong account number for e-check) does not cancel the student’s fee liability. A service charge and a $100 late payment fee (if restitution is not made by the payment deadline) will be assessed and payment must be made by cash, money order or certified check. If the University has received one returned check, future payments must be made with certified funds (cash, money order, credit card). Personal checks will not be accepted for a period of one year.  A returned e-check for an incorrect account number will result in the assessment of a $100 late payment fee if restitution is not made by the payment deadline. A third return for an incorrect account number for an e-check will result in a $25 service charge (in addition to the $100 late payment fee, if appropriate) and payment must be made by cash, money order or certified check. Personal checks will not be accepted for a period of one year.

To view the University's official policy, click here.