It is the responsibility of the student/family to be current with all financial obligations associated with college attendance. All students are required to have 100% of the current term’s bill completed by one or more combinations of the following:
If using a payment plan, ALL debt must be paid by the last day of the enrolled semester. Default in monthly payments or failure to have all debts paid may result in
Frequently Asked Questions: Please click the question for the answer
Insurance is a mandatory fee which is charged to all students registered for 12 credit hours or more. If you have accepted /approved medical insurance the fee can be waived.
The insurance is waived by www.chpstudent.com . Once you provide your insurance information, the provider will determine whether or not you qualify for the waiver.
There is a deadline for waiving the insurance. If the deadline is missed, the fee will have to be paid.
No. There is an ATM located in the University Student Center.
Financial Aid is applied directly to the student’s account to pay tuition, required fees, room and board (meals). Any over-payment is refunded to the student. Work Study cannot be used to guarantee payment. Parent Plus loans can be used if they have been approved.
You can attempt to take out a private loan with a financial institution or use the University’s approved payment plan or pay the difference through one of the other listed forms of payment.
Yes, we accept scholarships from all sources. They can be used to pay the bill or reduce the balance due. The Financial aid office should be given a copy of all award/ scholarship letters.
Once your bill is paid in full from any source and the payment results in an over-payment, then you are due a refund.
There are three methods of receiving a refund: Check, PNC pay card or direct deposit.
You qualify for book advance if you will have a credit after the mandatory charges have been accounted for.
Enrollment Clearance is completion of enrollment into the University. This is achieved by paying/covering the amount due on your student account.
All students who register for classes must complete their enrollment into the University by receiving Enrollment Clearance.
Administrative withdrawal means that your classes have been removed from the system because they were not Enrollment Cleared (not paid). If classes are administratively withdrawal you need to register again and contact the Office of Cash Management if you are on the payment plan or pay the amount due.