Payment Policies

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Payments and Due Dates  

Tuition and fee charges for the Fall Semester are due in August and January for the Spring Semester, unless a payment plan has been set up with the college Business Office.  A $25.00 per semester fee will be added to the student’s account for setting up a payment plan.  Students who miss a scheduled payment for their plan or have a past due balance will incur a late fee of $10.00 per month.  Students will be placed on a Registration Hold if their account has more than a $2,500 past due balance.  Registration may still take place if the student has created a payment plan and is in good standing on the plan.  

A student may apply for a “hardship withdrawal” from their academic enrollment at Morrison Tech due to an unforeseeable and documented circumstance that occurs after the 100% tuition refund deadline date.  The hardship must have a significant impact on the student’s ability to continue in their course of study and be successful.

Collections Timeline 

When a student is no longer enrolled at the college and has not paid their student account balance, the account will enter into internal collections.  The student will be charged a collections administrative fee of $40.00.  Students will be contacted via email with information on choosing a payment option to satisfy the outstanding balance.

Students who miss a scheduled payment and have failed to respond to communication will incur a late fee of $10.00 per month.  If a student fails to make 3 consecutive monthly payments, the account will be transferred to a third party collection agency, late fees will stop and payment arrangements and other fees will need to be made to the collection agency assigned to the student’s debt.  

The account will remain in internal collections for 6 months.  If no payment plan has been agreed upon during the six month period, the account will be transferred to a third party collection agency, late fees will stop and payment arrangements and other fees will need to be made to the collection agency assigned to their debt.

 

Re-enrollment Procedures for Students with a Past Due Balance

Once a student is withdrawn from the college, the Business Office will contact all students who owe a balance and provide payment options to limit the debt owed.  The college will take into consideration a student's financial or physical hardship to assist students with re-enrollment if possible.  Students placed into third party collections will need to pay their balance in full to the collection agency in order to re-enroll.