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Late Payment Fees
UPDATE: Late fees for the end of March 2020 are being suspended for all students.
All charges on a student's bill are assigned a due date. In some cases, charges could have different due dates depending on the source or purpose of the charge. Failure to pay by the due date may result in a late fee. Late fees are a combination of a flat $50 late payment fee + 1.5% interest charged per month on balances greater than $200. At this time, late fees will be assessed on the last day of every month and may be assessed for any charge >= 16 days past due.
Students should monitor their balance due via the student portal.
PLEASE NOTE: The above doesn't change the payment due date for assessed tuition and fees associated with your enrolled classes or changes in enrollment. Charges associated with enrollment are due 5 days before the term starts. Students enrolling on or after this date will have 7 days to make payment. The University provides several methods for making payments - on-line, in-person (at branch campuses), drop box and lockbox (by mail). The University is not responsible for delays in mailing payments so be sure to leave ample time when making payments by mail.
The waiving of the late payment fee will be considered on a case-by-case basis using much stricter guidelines. The late payment interest charge is non-refundable and not eligible for waiving or refunding.