Students are responsible for their financial obligations to the College.
Students must register during the registration period to ensure proper billing and/or administration of financial assistance and scholarship awards.
Students must make their semester payments at the beginning of each semester or in accordance with payment plans issued by the College.
Students must have all documentation submitted in a timely fashion to the Registrar’s Office to ensure timely disbursement of scholarships and financial assistance, evidence of registration, and file completion. Students should keep their most up-to-date billing address on file. Please notify the Registrar’s Office of any address changes. Changes can also be made via Populi, the online student information system. Students must immediately notify the Registrar’s Office of any course or College withdrawal. Failure to do so, will result in financial consequences.
Failure to pay tuition, or any College-related fees, may result in the immediate withdrawal of the student from classes, withdrawal from the semester, a block on future registration or on accessing grades and transcripts, withdrawal from commencement or graduation ceremonies, and/or a hold on the awarding of the degree.