In order to be considered financially clear, a student must have a zero balance on his/her student account at the start of the academic semester. Students must have a zero balance through either anticipated financial assistance (certified and in process, if a student loan) or payment made in full. Balances on student accounts are due on July 1st, for the Fall semester and on December 1st, for the Spring semester. Students who are not financially clear will be blocked from registration. Students who leave the University with an unpaid balance will be subject to having official academic transcripts withheld and will face having unpaid balances referred to a collection agency.
Tuition and fees are subject to change at the discretion of the Board of Trustees.
Financial clearance must be met for a student to receive transcripts or a diploma. Although someone else may pay the charges (e.g., parents, friends, a company, etc.) all charges are ultimately the student's responsibility.