Students are individually responsible for their financial obligations to the College. A student whose account is overdue or who is in any manner indebted to the College will be denied the recording and certification services of the Office of Student Records, including the issuance of transcripts or diplomas, and may be denied readmission until all obligations are fulfilled. Student Account Services may stop enrollment or cancel completed enrollment of a student who has a delinquent account or debt.
Once the outstanding debts have been paid, the student will need to obtain clearance from Student Account Services before being allowed to register, request transcripts, or receive a diploma from the College.
Students who are indebted to the College after the payment due date has passed may be placed on a Financial Leave of Absence. This occurs after the College has exhausted all efforts to collect on the outstanding balance due for that particular semester.
Students may re-enroll after all balances have been paid in full.
Student Account Services may assess all attorneys' fees, other reasonable collection costs (up to 50 percent), and charges necessary for the collection of any amount not paid when due. Matriculation in the College constitutes an agreement by the student to comply with all College rules, regulations, and policies.