order for a student to register for classes, his/her financial
obligation to the University must be current. Following are the
guidelines for registration:
students on The University of Findlay Ten-Month Payment Plan must be
current in their payments in order to register for classes.
who deferred payments by signing a Payment Agreement must be current in
their payments in order to register for classes.
who are company reimbursed and have completed a company reimbursement
form may defer payment up to 60 days following the close of a session.
These students may register for classes during the 60-day period.
Students who owe more than $500 may not be allowed to register.
students who are officially registered may attend classes. Students who
attend a course but have not enrolled officially in the course within
seven calendar days (or the next campus business day after the seventh
day) of the start of the academic session in which the course is offered
will not receive any course credit until registration is complete and
payment is received in certified funds (cash, bank money order,
cashier’s check) for the following:
Amount of past due balance
Tuition for non-registered course(s) attended
Applicable fees for non-registered course(s) attended
Accrued interest at 1.5 percent per month (ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE 18 percent) based upon the start date of the non-registered course(s) attended
Penalty equal to 10 percent of tuition for non-registered course(s) attended
with delinquent accounts will have a mandatory waiting period before
they can register unless the entire balance is paid in full with
certified funds (cash, bank money order, or certified check.) Students
with a history of delinquency may be required to prepay all future
courses with certified funds, pending guaranteed financial aid (as verified by The University of Findlay-Financial Aid Department), or a combination of both.