Deregistration for Non-Payment

Will I be dropped from my classes if I do not make payment by the due date of the bill?

Student's who register for classes and do not pay for their classes may be dropped for non-payment (aka deregistration) if satisfactory payment arrangements with the Business Office have not been made on or before the due date. If satisfactory payment arrangements are not made, a $50 late payment fee will be assessed. If a student is dropped from their classes and they want to re-register, they will have to appeal to Office of the Registrar. If the appeal is granted, the student will be charged a $100 re-instatement fee and the late payment fee of $50.

I have been dropped for non-payment, how can I get re-enrolled?

When a student is dropped for Non-Payment and wants to be re-enrolled into that semester, they must submit an appeal to the Office of the Registrar. If the appeal is granted a $100 reinstatement fee will be assessed to the students account. A student who is reinstated is not guaranteed that the previous classes will still be available. If reinstatement is granted, payment of Tuition and Fees will be due immediately after reinstatement has been completed including the reinstatement fee and the registration late payment fee. Failure to pay or make payment arrangements with the Business Office will result in being dropped with no option for an appeal. Contact the Business Office for payment options at 361-825-2600 Option number 5.