- Do you offer tuition payment plans?
- How much is tuition and required fees to attend school?
- Will I receive a billing notice for my tuition and fees?
- Does PVAMU have a school policy regarding returned checks? Are cashier checks required for future tuition payments?
- Is there a fee for reinstatement?
Do you offer tuition payment plans?
Fee Payment Plans:
Prairie View A&M University offers the following fee payment plans for the payment of tuition and fees during the Fall and Spring Semesters:
Full payment of tuition and fees in advance of the beginning of the semester. (Fees are due the same day you select courses)
Installment Payment Plan for Fall 2011:
Texas Education Code 54.007 – Payment must be made prior to the first day of school
- Installment # 1 – one-half payment of tuition and fees in advance of the beginning of the semester, (Fees are due the same day you select courses).
- Installment # 2 – one-quarter payment prior to the start of the sixth class week.
- Installment # 3 – one-quarter payment prior to the start of the eleventh class week.
If you elect the installment payment plan option, you must consent to an agreement that states the following (agreement will be available on Panthertracks after you register):
“I accept and agree to pay all tuition, fees, and charges associated with my attendance to Prairie View A&M University in accordance with the authorized payment plans. I understand I am responsible for maintaining my correct address and telephone contact information in PANTHERTRACKS. It is my responsibility to follow the degree plan as provided by my advisor. I am responsible for reading all e-mail sent to my pvamu.edu address.”
"I agree that if I have not paid 100% my current tuition, fees, and charges by the last business day before the first class day, that PVAMU has my permission to automatically enroll me in the installment method for payment of my current tuition, fees and charges. I understand there will be a fee assessed for enrolling in the installment method and I agree to the assessment. I understand that if I fail to make the installment payments on the date due, I will be assessed a late charge for each time I fail to meet the due date. I understand the terms for the installment method for payment of my current tuition, fees and charges as listed on the Treasury Services web site Fee Payment Plan http://www.pvamu.edu/pages/3526.asp. If I should be able to pay all current tuition, fees, and charges in full prior to the first day of class, the installment payment plan fee will be reversed”……etc
If the above agreement has not been made by the student, full payment of total tuition & fees will be due by August 26, 2011. The agreement can be obtained on-line through Panthertracks.
NOTE: IF YOU ELECT FEE PAYMENT PLAN 2, YOU WILL BE ASSESSED A $50.00 INSTALLMENT CARRYING FEE. STUDENTS WILL BE DROPPED FROM ENROLLMENT FOR FAILURE TO MEET THE 1ST INSTALLMENT. A LATE FEE OF $25.00 WILL BE ASSESSED TO THE STUDENT’S ACCOUNT IF THE STUDENT CHOOSES TO RE-REGISTER AFTER CLASSES ARE DROPPED FOR NON-PAYMENT. STUDENTS WILL ONLY BE ALLOWED TO RE-REGISTER DURING THE OFFICIAL ADD/DROP PERIOD. FAILURE TO MEET THE 2ND AND 3RD INSTALLMENTS WILL RESULT IN A $50.00 INSTALLMENT LATE FEE PER INSTALLMENT
How much is tuition and required fees to attend school?
Please click here for PVAMU Scheduled Fees.
Will I receive a billing notice for my tuition and fees?
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.
Does PVAMU have a school policy regarding returned checks? Are cashier checks required for future tuition payments?
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."
Students who do not fulfill their financial obligations when due are subject to the following actions by the University:
Drop Dates for Summer 2011:
Payment Due Dates: (students will be dropped from all classes if minimum payment is not made) 100% of tuition & fees are due or student will be dropped at 5:00 p.m. on the due date.
May 31—due date is for all students that registered for classes on April 12—May 31
June 6—due date is for all students who registered or added classes between June 1 and June 6
June 21—due date is for all students that were allowed by Registrar/Advisor /Provost to register or to be reinstated between June 6 and June 21.
July 6—due date is for all students that registered for classes on April 12-July 6
July 12—due date is for all students who registered or added classes between July 7 and July 12
July 27—due date is for all students that were allowed by Registrar/Advisor /Provost to register or to be reinstated between July 13 and July 27.
Drop Dates for Fall 2011:
Payment Due Dates: (students will be dropped from all classes if minimum payment is not made) 50% of tuition & fees are due or student will be dropped at 5:00 p.m. on the due date.
August 26—due date is for all students that registered for classes on April 12-August 26
September 13—due date is for all students who registered or added classes between August 27 and September 13
September 23—due date is for all students that were allowed by Registrar/Advisor /Provost to register or to be reinstated between Sept 14 and Sept 23.
If your classes are cancelled you will lose your seat in the class and you will have to reregister for your courses. Tuition and fees must be paid the same day you reregister for classes or your classes will be canceled again. A late fee of $25.00 will also be assessed to your account when you reregister.
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 reinstatement is granted, there will be a $200.00 fee assessed to your account for Summer and Fall 2011.
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 May 31, 2011, for Summer I, July 5 for Summer II and August 26, 2011, for Fall 2011 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
Is there a fee for reinstatement?
If reinstatement is granted, there will be a $200.00 fee assessed to your account.
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