2017-2018 Graduate Bulletin

Returned Check Policy

Checks returned unpaid to the College by a financial institution, no matter the amount or reason for the return, will automatically incur a $20 reprocessing fee in addition to the original obligation. The Bursar will attempt to notify the student or former student who submitted the check to determine when payment will be made. Full payment must be made within two weeks of the date of the check being returned to the College. Failure to meet this deadline will result in an additional $15 Late Payment Service Fee and, in some cases, that account being turned over to the College’s collection attorneys for appropriate action. The Bursar will not accept checks in payment of tuition or fees, even if the student wishes to use someone else’s check, in cases where the student has previously given the College a check that was returned by a bank.

If the financial institution provides a letter to the College admitting error on its part, the student will have his/her check writing privileges restored. A student who fails to pay tuition or other obligations will be denied access to his/her records and will be prevented from registering in the future.