If you expect your bill to be partially paid or paid in full by a private scholarship, a third party, or a government agency, you must still make payment arrangements with the Bursar’s Office.
By the due date of your bill you must do the following:
- You must pay any portion of your bill not covered by any other source. Or, you must sign up for our 4-month payment plan to pay the remaining balance in installments. See payment plan section.
- You must submit appropriate documentation (letter of commitment to pay or Purchase Order) showing proof of the party’s willingness to pay your bill on your behalf.
- You must complete a Billing Worksheet/Payment Plan Enrollment Form that will defer payment for the portion of your bill that you expect to be paid by another party.
Ultimately, the student is always responsible for making sure their bill is paid in full.
If payment in full has not been submitted to the Student Billing Office by the third party within 30 days from the date we bill them, students will be responsible for paying those outstanding charges and will be billed for them. If payment in full is not received from the student within 30 days from the date of the billing statement, regular past due collection procedures will apply as stated on the reverse of all bills. See Past due bills section.