Jul 13, 2024  
Archived-Elmira College Undergraduate Catalog 2023-2024 Academic Year 
    
Archived-Elmira College Undergraduate Catalog 2023-2024 Academic Year [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Payment Schedule


All new students are required to pay a non-refundable enrollment deposit of $300, along with an orientation fee of $150, in order to confirm their enrollment plans. The enrollment deposit payment will be applied to the cost of attendance.

The following schedule lists important payment dates:

July 31st - Charges for the Fall Term are due and payable.
A carrying fee will be assessed on any balance remaining on or after August 31st
November 30th - Charges for Winter Term and Spring Term are due and payable.
A carrying fee will be assessed on any balance remaining on or after January 11th.

The carrying fee is non-refundable and will be assessed on a monthly basis as a percentage of the total outstanding balance. For Fall Term billing, this outstanding balance may be adjusted for anticipated financial aid awards, i.e., offers of financial aid not yet credited to the tuition account balance. This will not be the case for the Winter Term billing, as any outstanding issues pertaining to financial aid awards should be resolved by that time.

For part-time students, by arrangement with the Business Office, tuition may be paid on the Deferred Payment Plan.

Students who are not in good financial standing with the College, will be ineligible to receive diplomas.  A financial hold will restrict students’ ability to view grades on the College portal. If a student’s account becomes seriously delinquent, the Bursar may declare the student on financial probation which will carry the same limitations to activities as academic probation Academic Services and Regulations . Checks received from students or their financially responsible parent or guardian, which are returned to the College unpaid by reason of insufficient funds, will result in the student being placed on financial probation.

Fall Term enrollment, as well as participation in the housing and board programs, will be viewed as a commitment for the entire academic year. Notification to the contrary must be made in writing by completing an Application for Withdrawal or Leave of Absence Form with The Office of Campus Life.