The Office of Student Account Services is responsible for billing charges to the students. Two different types of bills are produced. The Registration Statement and the Accounts Receivable monthly bill.
The first bill a student should receive is a Registration Statement. A student's course schedule and financial statement (charges and credits) are shown on this bill. The Registration Statement is emailed to the student approximately six weeks prior to the first day of class. The balance due on the statement must be satisfied by the due date or the student's courses are subject to cancellation. To satisfy the balance, a student must pay or defer payment in accordance with the University deferment policy.
New students will receive a bill even though they may not have selected courses. Therefore, new students will not have their course schedule printed. The Registration Statement for a new student will reflect charges for a full-time student.
Once a student is officially registered, a monthly Accounts Receivable bill is produced. This bill itemizes the current semester charges and credits as well as any charges and credits not pertaining to enrollment (such as parking fines). If deferment is not yet due, it will show in the Future Due field on the bottom of the bill. The Amount Now Due will not reflect deferment amounts due in the future.