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Be sure to pay your tuition and fees

Your registration isn't complete until you've paid all your tuition, fees, and dining and housing charges in full or have made payment arrangements by the final fee payment deadline of the current semester class schedule. If you aren't in good financial standing, you could be dropped from your classes, be unable to register for the next semester, lose your meal plan and housing, and not have access to your transcript, grades and other services.

There's a $100 reinstatement fee to re-enroll in dropped courses.

Common costs include:

  • room rent
  • meal plan fees
  • student activity fees
  • health center fees
  • deposits

Unpaid charges from the end of the previous semester must be paid before you can re-enroll. If you owe money to the university and submit an enrollment form and payment for the current semester, the payment will be applied toward your outstanding balance. If the current semester payment is by check from a source other than the student, the payment will be returned to the source.

Please refer to the Registration Guide for semester deadlines.

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