70.07 Administrative Pending Issued: May 15, 1998
Administrative Pending is a temporary credit applied against student fee
receivables when payment is reasonably assured but delayed due to an
administrative process. One example of allowable circumstances include
presentment of a check made payable on a foreign bank for which their is
a required waiting period before the check can be processed. Another
example is a student employed by the University who is due a paycheck,
but the paycheck will not be released until after the installment due date.
2.1 When circumstances such as those outlined in the above definition present
themselves and no other option is available for the student to meet the first
installment payment by the due date, the Controller will consider the use of
Administrative Pending to keep the student in school and to not penalize them
for an administrative process outside of their control. If approved, the
justification and approval are documented on the Administrative Pending
form and the Treasury Services Office posts the Administrative Pending
credit to the student’s account.
2.2 Subsequent to the first installment due date, the Treasury Services Office
will reverse the Administrative Pending credit and follow up on the
administrative issue giving rise to it to ensure that full payment is received.
Administrative Pending forms are available in the Fiscal Affairs Department.
Contact: Manager of Treasury Services
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