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Billing Statements

  1. How much is tuition and required fees to attend school?
  2. If I am dropped from my classes for non-payment, do I still need to officially withdraw from the University?
  3. Is there a fee for reinstatement?
  4. What is the mailing address for tuition and fee billing and payments?
  5. What will happen if I do not pay my account balance in full by the end of the semester?
  6. When are the tuition and fee balance due for the semester?
  7. Why can’t the information on my son’s or daughter’s account be released to me?
  8. Will I receive a billing notice for my tuition and fees?
  9. How do I submit my third party billing information to the University so that it can be applied to my fees?
  10. I was notified that my account has been submitted to Williams and Fudge for collections, do you have their contact number?
     


How much is tuition and required fees to attend school?

Please click here for PVAMU Scheduled Fees.


If I am dropped from my classes for non-payment, do I still need to officially withdraw from the University?

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. More information about refunds can be found at http://www.pvamu.edu/pages/3529.asp.


Is there a fee for reinstatement?

If reinstatement is granted, there will be a $200.00 fee assessed to your account.


What is the mailing address for tuition and fee billing and payments?

Prairie View A&M University
P.O. Box 519, MS 1329
Treasury Services
Prairie View, Tx 77446-0519

Tel: 936-261-1895 Fax: 936-261-1959


What will happen if I do not pay my account balance in full by the end of the semester?

LEGAL REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS ATTENDING
PRAIRIE VIEW A&M UNIVERSITY

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."

UNPAID OBLIGATIONS

Summer I 2012 Class Cancellation

  • Dropped from enrollment of classes June 1, 2012 -students that registered for classes on April 17 – June 1, 2012. If your classes are cancelled on this date you will lose your seat in the class and you will have to reregister for your courses.  A late fee of $25.00 will also be assessed to your account when you re-register for Summer I 2012.
  • Dropped from enrollment of classes June 7, 2012 -students that registered for classes June 2 –June 7.  There will be a reinstatement fee of $200.00 assessed to your account if your classes are cancelled on this date.
  • Dropped from enrollment of classes June 25 -students that were allowed by Registrar/Advisor/Provost to register or to be reinstated between June 8 and June 25.  There will be no reinstatement after this date.
  • 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.  

Summer II 2012 Class Cancellation

  • Dropped from enrollment of classes July 3, 2012 -students that registered for classes on April 17 – July 3, 2012. If your classes are cancelled on this date you will lose your seat in the class and you will have to reregister for your courses.  A late fee of $25.00 will also be assessed to your account when you re-register for Summer II 2012. 
  • Dropped from enrollment of classes July 10, 2012 -students that registered for classes July 4 –July 10.  There will be a reinstatement fee of $200.00 assessed to your account if your classes are cancelled on this date.
  • Dropped from enrollment of classes July 25 -students that were allowed by Registrar/Advisor/Provost to register or to be reinstated between July 11 and July 25.  There will be no reinstatement after this date.
  • 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

Fall 2012 Class Cancellation

  • Dropped from enrollment of classes Friday, August 24, 2012 -students that registered for classes on April 17 – August 24, 2012. If your classes are cancelled on this date you will lose your seat in the class and you will have to reregister for your courses.  A late registration fee of $50.00 will also be assessed to your account when you re-register for Fall 2012.  
  • Dropped from enrollment of classes September 21, 2012 -students that were allowed by Registrar/Advisor/Provost to registered for classes August 25 – September 21.  If your classes are cancelled 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 June 1, 2012 for Summer I, July 3, 2012 for Summer II and August 24, 2012 for Fall 2012 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 will be accepted on past due balances.

2011-2012 Financial Aid Deadlines may be viewed here.

If you have any additional questions you can contact Treasury Services at 936-261-1890


When are the tuition and fee balance due for the semester?

Payment Deadlines for Summer and Fall 2012

Drop Dates for Summer 2012: 

Summer 2012

Payment Due Dates: (students will be dropped from all classes if full payment is not made) 100% of tuition & fees are due or student will be dropped at 5:00 p.m. on the due date.

Summer I

    •  June 1 —due date is for all students that registered for classes on April 17-June 1
    • June 7 —due date is for all students who registered or added classes between June 2 and June 7
    • June 25 —due date is for all students that were allowed by Registrar/Advisor /Provost to register or to be reinstated between June 8 and June 25.

Summer II

    • July 3 —due date is for all students that registered for classes on April 17-July 3
    • July 10 —due date is for all students who registered or added classes between July 4 and July 10
    • July 25 —due date is for all students that were allowed by Registrar/Advisor /Provost to register or to be reinstated between July 11 and July 25.

Fall 2012

Payment Due Dates: (students will be dropped from all classes if minimum payment is not made) 34% of tuition & fees are due or student will be dropped at 5:00 p.m. on the due date.

·         August 24, 2012- due date is for all students that registered for classes on April 17-August 24, 2012

·         September 21, 2012- due date is for all students who registered or added classes between August 25 and Sept 21.

If you are expecting financial aid, please make sure all documentation and requirements have been completed and processed to be awarded aid.
If you do not plan to attend PVAMU after you have enrolled for courses, you must officially withdraw from the university by the dates above or you will be held responsible for any financial aid, grades and charges posted to your account

Installment Due Dates and Short Term Loan Due Date for Fall 2012 Only:

  • August 24, 2012 5pm Installment #1 Due - 1st 34% of tuition and fees are due (see other 1st installment due dates(drop dates) above)
  • October 5, 2012 5pm Installment #2 Due – 2nd 33% of tuition and fees are due
  • November 2, 2012 5pm Installment #3 Due – 3rd 33% of tuition and fees are due
  • November 2, 2012 5pm Short Term Loans are due

Housing Telephone Numbers:

University Village: 936-261-5950
University College: 936-261-5990
Dropping Courses – See Refunding Policy

Expecting A Student Refund:

Coming Summer 2012- Prairie View A&M University is partnering with Higher One® a financial services company focused solely on higher education to bring  a new official Prairie View A&M University ID, and a faster method to receive your refund ­­— the PVAMU Plus Card.  Please do not throw away this important card when you receive it in the mail.

Please activate your card as soon as you receive it.  Although, you may not be currently expecting a refund, you may need to use this card in the near future.


Why can’t the information on my son’s or daughter’s account be released to me?

Student has not signed the authorization to release information. The student must take their ID to the Office of the Registrar to complete and submit form.


Will I receive a billing notice for my tuition and fees?

BILLING NOTICES

Reminder notices will be mailed to the billing address on file in the A/R office or sent to your PVAMU e-mail address.

To avoid delay of receiving your billing notice, you must make sure that your address on file in the Accounts Receivable office and PVAMU e-mail address is correct.

To update your address, go to Panthertracks at http://panthertracks.pvamu.edu/ or stop by the accounts Receivable window to verify and/or make corrections to your address. The Accounts Receivable window is located in the W. R. Banks Building on the 1st floor.

Please do not wait to receive a billing notice to pay your bill. Your statement can be accessed on-line through PANTHERTRACKS for students at http://panthertracks.pvamu.edu/If you register after the pre-registration period, you may not receive a bill.


How do I submit my third party billing information to the University so that it can be applied to my fees?

Third Party billing information must be submitted to Accounts Receivables located in W.R. Banks Building, 1st Floor at the Accounts Receivable window. This information can also be faxed to 936-261-1959 or mailed to the following address:

Prairie View A&M University
Treasury Services
P.O. Box 519, MS 1329
Prairie View, TX 77446

All documents pertaining to fee payment information for the student must be submitted prior to the tuition and fee deadlines to prevent the student’s classes from being cancelled. The student will see the payment applied on their account when information has been received and processed.

For additional information regarding third party billing and the vendor and student’s responsibilities please click here http://www.pvamu.edu/pages/6306.asp


I was notified that my account has been submitted to Williams and Fudge for collections, do you have their contact number?

The contact number for Williams and Fudge is: 1 (800) 849-9791 

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