Policies > P511: FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS OF STUDENTS
P511: FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS OF STUDENTS
- Issued by:
- Office of Administration
- P-67, September 1990
- May, 2008
Students are required to pay any and all University charges that are incurred. When a student does not resolve their outstanding financial obligations, the University will take appropriate actions to collect the balances due.
- Unpaid Balances
- Students with an outstanding balance on their account are not eligible to participate in advance room selection, receive a degree, certificate of completion or transcript, or process any courses transactions, until all charges due to the University or any of its related divisions are paid in full.
- Delinquent accounts may be transferred to private collection agencies and/or the New York State Attorney General's Office for collection, and are subject to additional interest and/or collection charges.
- Except where otherwise authorized, no person shall receive credit or other official recognition for work completed satisfactorily, or be allowed to re-register, until all tuition, fees, and all other charges authorized by the University have been paid, or University student loan obligations have been satisfied.
- Students who withdraw at any time during a semester remain responsible for all charges incurred in accordance with the tuition and fee liability schedule.
Individuals retain the right to inspect or review their academic records regardless of any outstanding financial obligations.
Office of Student Accounts
Room 254, Administration Building
- SUNY Policy on Billing, Refunds, Collection, Write-offs Policy for Tuition, Fees, Other Charges
- P-507 Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
- Policy Opinion of the Attorney General: Student Debt Obligations (1977) Section 302.1(j), Title 8 NYS CRR
- Undergraduate Bulletin
- Summer Session Bulletin Graduate Bulletin
- Students Accounts Payment Instructions