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Student Accounts Calendar

August 1, 2019

Fall semester: Tuition & fees are billed during the first week of August. Institutional aid is also posted at this time. The first e-bills of the academic year are sent out via email to students and parents. Please make sure the Records Office has the correct email address for the parent(s).

Late August
Federal regulations require that we disburse federal grants and loans no sooner than 10 days before the first day of classes. We will begin posting federal funds to the student accounts 10 days before classes start, and then send a second round of e-bills out.
August 30
First payment deadline of the year: All payments must be received by 4:00 p.m. All unpaid balances on student accounts after this date will be assessed a finance charge of 1.17%.
September 2
September monthly e-bill is emailed to student and parents.
September 30
Payment deadline: All payments must be received by 4:00 p.m. Any unpaid balances on student accounts after this date will be assessed a finance charge of 1.17%.
October 1
October monthly e-bill is emailed to students and parents.
October 31
Payment deadline: All payments must be received by 4:00 p.m. Any unpaid balances on student accounts after this date will be assessed a finance charge of 1.17%.
November 1
November monthly e-bill is emailed to students and parents.
November 27
Payment deadline: All payments must be received by 4:00 p.m. Any unpaid balances on student accounts after this date will be assessed a finance charge of 1.17%.
December 2
December monthly e-bill is emailed to students and parents.
December 31
Payment deadline: All payments must be received by 4:00 p.m. Any unpaid balances on student accounts after this date will be assessed a finance charge of 1.17%. **All fall semester balances must be paid at this time in order to view final grades and return for classes in the spring. **
January 2, 2020
Spring semester: Tuition & fees are billed during the first week of January. Institutional aid is also posted at this time. The first e-bills of the spring semester are sent out via email to students and parents. Federal aid will also post at this time, as long as it is within the 10 day timeframe required by law.
January 31
Payment deadline: All payments must be received by 4:00 p.m. Any unpaid balances on student accounts after this date will be assessed a finance charge of 1.17%.
February 3
February monthly e-bill is emailed to students and parents.
February 28
Payment deadline: All payments must be received by 4:00 p.m. Any unpaid balances on student accounts after this date will be assessed a finance charge of 1.17%.
March 2
March monthly e-bill is emailed to students and parents.
March 16
Enrollment deposit is due by 4:00 p.m. in order to pre-register for the next academic year.
March 31
Payment deadline: All payments must be received by 4:00 p.m. Any unpaid balances on student accounts after this date will be assessed a finance charge of 1.17%.
April 1
April monthly e-bill is emailed to students and parents.
April 30
Payment deadline: All payments must be received by 4:00 p.m. Any unpaid balances on student accounts after this date will be assessed a finance charge of 1.17%. **All spring semester balances must be paid at this time in order to view final grades.**

 

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