The academic year for the Traditional Undergraduate, Academy, and Graduate Programs is divided into three sessions: Fall Semester, Spring Semester, and Summer Term.
For the Online Programs, the academic year is divided into two sessions: Fall Semester and Spring Semester.
Once the student has completed Financial Registration (required), the Term Billing Summary is available on the Student Portal. The Term Billing Summary displays the following calculation based on pending charges and financial aid to date:
Amount Due (or Due to Student) = Total Pending Charges and Discounts – Total Financial Aid – Term Pre-payments
Below the detailed listing should be the label Amount Due, showing the net Amount Due. The information displayed on the Term Billing Summary is updated automatically with any class changes or Financial Registration selections.
Student employment, including work study, is not calculated in the Amount Due, which is the amount used to estimate the Payment in Full or payment plan contract amount. Student Loans listed on the Financial Aid Offer Letter will be included in this calculation unless the loans have been declined. The Financial Aid Offer Letter does not determine the amount due.
NOTE: Checks for church match and scholarships are considered as financial aid and should be mailed or delivered to the Financial Aid Office.
The student is responsible for ensuring payments of tuition, fees, and all other debts to the University is made in a timely manner. All miscellaneous charges should be paid at the location where incurred to avoid service charges.
Total semester charges could be impacted by the following: class schedule changes, Financial Aid Offer changes, textbooks charged to the Student Account, meal plan changes and various departmental charges.
Review the TERM BILLING SUMMARY periodically to verify that total charges for the semester will be covered by your selected payment option.