Unpaid Obligations


When the Texas Legislature established the installment payment plan for the student tuition and fees, it also established penalties for the nonpayment of fees. The law states:

“A student who fails to make full payment of tuition and fees, including any incidental fees, by the due date may be prohibited from registering for classes until full payment is made. A student who fails to make payment prior to the end of the semester may be denied credit for the work done that semester.”


Students who do not fulfill their financial obligations when due are subject to the following actions by the University:

Spring 2016 Class Cancelation

Dropped from enrollment of classes February 3, 2016 – students that registered for classes on November 10, 2015 – February 3, 2016. If your classes are canceled on this date you will need to seek reinstatement of your classes. A late registration fee of $50.00 will also be assessed to your account when you seek reinstatement for Spring 2016.

Dropped from enrollment of classes February 15, 2016– students that were allowed by Registrar/Advisor/Provost to registered for classes February 4 – February 15, 2016. If your classes are canceled on this date, there will be no registration after this date. No Exceptions!

On Campus students will be required to pay a prorated portion of the board and laundry charges if dropped from enrollment for non-payment of fees. Registration and transcript holds will be placed for past due balance accounts. Holds will not be released until balances are paid in full. If you are dropped from enrollment or if you do not plan to attend the University after you have registered for classes, you must officially withdraw from the University with the Registrar’s office by February 3, for Spring 2016 or be held responsible for any charges or Financial Aid posted to your account. All checks accepted by the university must clear the bank on which they are drawn. Students who write checks that do not clear the bank will be required to pay a return check fee of $25.00.

No personal checks or e-checks will be accepted on past due balances.


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