If you are receiving scholarships and/or loans from a third party and they are late in sending funds, you are still responsible for ensuring that your account is paid on time. Students who are sponsored by the GI Bill should contact the campus Office of Veteran Student Services to discuss their options. Failure to pay on time will result in non-adjustable service charges.
For the Bursar’s Office to consider waiving service charges due to late disbursement of Financial Aid, the university must have received your completed financial aid application (FAFSA) by July 1 for the fall term, November 1 for the spring term and by May 1 for summer term. In addition, you must have responded to all requests for documentation on a timely basis.
Beginning the second Tuesday of the semester until census date, a $100 course drop charge will be assessed each time a student drops a course. If a student withdraws (therefore dropping all classes), a course drop charge will be assessed for each course.
Petitions will be reviewed and processed within 10 business days.
If you feel that you have an extenuating circumstance that justifies an exception to financial obligations, you can appeal and it will be reviewed by the tuition appeals coordinator. The tuition appeal process is separate from the charge petition information shown above. For additional information on submitting a tuition appeal form to be reviewed by an appeals coordinator please visit our Tuition Appeals page.
You have six months after the end of the semester in question to file a tuition appeal.