Removal of charges from a student’s bill must be made before or at the time of processing. Any student not requesting a correction to the bill prior to the end of the first week of classes will be liable for those charges.
Any appeal of a fee must be in writing, with justification, and submitted to the Student Records and Financial Services Office by the end of the first week of the semester.
Late Registration Fee: Any students who have not registered for classes, paid their bill, or processed their bill by the bill due date, will be assessed a $50 late registration fee. This fee is nonrefundable.
Penalties for Nonpayment: Nonpayment of charges will result in current semester registration being dropped, late fees assessed, the holding of diplomas and possible denial of future registration. Unpaid accounts will be forwarded to a collection agency or to the Office of the Attorney General.
Late Payment Fee: A monthly late payment fee of up to $50 is assessed to any account with an outstanding balance. This fee will be added to any account turned over for collection purposes.
Returned Payments: A fee of $20 will be charged for payments returned for insufficient funds.
Disbursement of Loans, Grants, Scholarships: The college may receive funds for a student from various sources. All monies are applied to the student’s account as received until the bill is satisfied. If the college receives funds that result in a refund for the student, a direct deposit will be initiated for those enrolled in E-Refund. Those not enrolled will be issued a refund check. For Alfred campus students, the refund check will be available for pickup in the Student Records and Financial Services Office for one week. Wellsville campus students can pick up their refund checks at the Zero Energy House. Checks for students studying on-line or at the Northland Campus will be mailed. Any remaining refund checks not picked up after one week will be mailed to the student’s home address.