Located in Mercy Center (just south of the Wellness Center), the Office of Student Accounts handles student account records, including the assessment of all registration related charges, student payments, loan disbursements, financial aid disbursements and student refunds.
Student statements are e-mailed approximately six weeks prior to the start of the fall and spring semesters. These statements will include all charges for the semester as well as anticipated Financial Aid (provided a complete file is on hand in the Office of Financial Aid). Also included on the statements are forms the students should complete as necessary. Payment deadline dates are included, to which all students must adhere. All checks returned from the bank due to non-sufficient funds will be charged $53. Accounts not paid by the deadline date are placed on Billing Hold, thus preventing registration for future semesters and receipt of grades/transcripts for the current semester.
Should a student withdraw from all courses, the Office of Student Accounts will review the account to determine the student's financial obligation to the university.
Student accounts will be reviewed for possible refunds after the completion of the two-week drop/add period. There will be no refund of any monies considered anticipated. All financial aid must be verified and finalized before a refund can be processed. Students who want their credit balance held for use for future semesters must complete an Authorization to Hold Credit Balance form and submit the form to the Office of Student Accounts.
Hours of Operation
Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
We're open late on Tuesdays until 7:00 p.m.