Notice of Charges Due
- Students will receive notice of charges due around the first business day of each month for the current term.
- Notice of charges due for future terms may be sent at appropriate intervals throughout the year.
Explanation of Notices
- Notice of charges due that are sent to students will convey the amount due during the billing cycle and any financial aid, payments, and/or third party payer contracts for the term.
- Financial aid payments will only appear on the notice of charges due after all financial aid requirements have been met.
- Third party payer contracts will only appear on the notice of charges after the contract amount is confirmed with the third party and payment is reasonably guaranteed.
- Outside scholarships are treated as payment only when funds are received from the payer.
- Certified, non-federal loans are treated as an anticipated payment, but the payment is not applied to the student account until funds are received from the lender.
Payment Due Dates
Payment for traditional undergraduate and Master of Business Administration students is due 7 calendar days before the start of the term, as defined by the official academic calendar.
Payment for Accelerated Degree Program and Master of Education students is due 7 calendar days before the start of each class.
- Students may pay in person via cash, check or money order with their Student Support Coordinator. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and debit cards are also accepted.
- Students may pay online via Visa, MasterCard, Discover and debit cards. Online payments may also be submitted using an e-check deduction from a valid checking or savings account.
- Students may send cash, check or money order payments to the Accounting Office.
- Students in the traditional undergraduate, Master of Education, and Master of Business Administration programs are eligible for a payment plan, which spreads the total semester cost throughout the semester.
Failure to Confirm Registration
Students who fail to pay their account in full or begin an approved payment by the due date are subject to removal from all registered courses for the unpaid period. Students subject to removal will be notified by email and certified letter of the actions taken.
Payment requirements are fulfilled by:
- Payments made in person, online or by mail
- Outside scholarship funds that have been received from the grantor
- Approved payment plan contracts
- Financial aid, if all requirements are complete
- Non-federal loans which have been certified but not yet received by Concordia
Accounts with an outstanding balance for more than 30 days, including those past due on their payment plan, may be assessed a monthly late payment fee.
This page was last updated on Oct. 10, 2011.
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