Financial Aid & University Charges

Using Your Financial Aid to Pay University Charges

All financial aid is posted to the student's account. If your disbursement amount is greater than your fees and charges, the balance will be refunded to you either by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), which permits delivery of your aid directly to your checking account, or paper check that is mailed to you.

If your disbursement amount or anticipated aid is less than your fees and charges, you are required to pay the difference by the fee payment deadline. You will be charged a $25 late fee if the difference is not paid by the deadline. A late fee may be charged if your anticipated aid does not disburse by the end of the second week of classes.

Additional late fees may be charged and holds may be placed during the semester if fees and charges remain unpaid.