2022-2023 Student Handbook 
    Jul 14, 2024  
2022-2023 Student Handbook [Consult with Your Academic Advisor for Your Catalog Year]

Student Accounts Receivable

Student accounts receivable balances occur when financial aid or scholarships are rescinded during the semester, payments by check are returned as insufficient, or Nelnet Business Solutions agreements are terminated.

Students are required to pay for all required tuition, fees, books and related charges before the first day of class for the semester they are enrolled. If a student does not qualify for financial aid, and cannot afford to pay his/her balance in full at the time of registration, he/she will be directed to a student financial staff member to discuss payment options. Acceptable payment options include cash, check, credit card, online payment plans through Nelnet Business Solutions, and (under limited circumstances) in-house payment plans managed by the student financial team. Outstanding balances block students from future enrollment and put a hold on their accounts which prevents the issuance of official transcripts.


NPC Board Policy Number: 6.210 
Date Adopted: June 27, 2007