Organizations wanting to be invoiced or billed for tuition and fees must send a letter listing the name and ID of each student they intend to sponsor. This letter should indicate in detail the amount to be paid and the specific tuition and fees they will cover. A letter must be sent to the Cashier each term covering these details.
Credits are not posted to the student’s account until payment is received from the sponsoring organization; however, credits can be posted before payment if the Sponsor signs a Sponsored Student Agreement.
Ohio organizations that pay 100% of an employee’s tuition and fees and agree to comply with Senate Bill 53 requirements should complete the Sponsored Agreement for Senate Bill 53 (contact the cashier's office for a copy). Students covered by these agreements are charged in-state rates; like-wise, the employers are billed in-state rates.
To ensure timely credit to a student’s account all documentation must be received at least one week before the beginning of the term. Students are responsible for paying all tuition and fees not covered by the agreement by the due date or risk being assessed a late payment fee.
Late paper work, documentation, or credit not received by the due date will result in the account being assessed a late payment fee. Students should monitor their bills to be sure these payments are timely. If the payment is not received on time from the Sponsor the student should pay the bill by the due date to keep from receiving a late fee; then, the student can be reimbursed by their employer or receive a refund if the employer subsequently pays the university.
Refunds due the student after the application of the Sponsored Aid payments to student’s account will be processed within five days.