Bank Deposits are prepared daily by the Cashier in accordance with the University's Business Policies and Procedures. Receipts deposited include payments on students' accounts, and monies collected by all departments and forwarded to the Cashier for posting.
The majority of cashier's receipts are associated with individual payments made by students for tuition and other enrollment-related fees. Payments can be made in the form of cash, check, cashier's check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover Card. You have the option to call-in a charge payment and/or check-by-phone.
$35.00 return check fee is assessed when a check is not paid by the bank on which it is drawn, for reasons such as non-sufficient funds, refer to maker, missing signature, etc.
A hold is placed on the Tuition and Fee Student Account to prevent future enrollment, access to records and refunds until the returned check is replaced.
The replacement payment for a returned check should be in the form of a cashier's check, money order, or cash - not another personal check.
If the total amount of payments on a student's Tuition and Fee account exceeds the amount of charges, a credit balance occurs. The beginning process for refunds is 10 days after the drop-and-add period. Refunds are not given on anticipated aid; the account must actually reflect a credit balance before the account will be included in the refund process. Refunds are generated each week on Monday. The student's account must reflect a credit balance in order to be included in the process. Any aid that is posted to an account on Monday after 12:00 p.m. resulting in a credit balance, the refund will not be processed until the following Friday.