Before acting on such information, you should consider the appropriateness of the information having regard to your personal objectives, financial situation or needs.
The university currently assesses a monthly finance charge on all past due balances.
The current annual rate is 12 percent, subject to change. Non-receipt of a bill does not relieve you of this settlement deadline. Using the Web Registration auto scheduler feature but failing to register for any courses before the tuition and fees payment deadline is not a valid reason to request a waiver of the late registration fee.
Students whose checks are returned unpaid by the bank or whose credit card authorizations are declined by the bank will be subject to the late fees described above until their accounts are paid in full.
If any portion remains unpaid, late fees will be assessed according to the above late fee schedule. Students who petition to have their classes reinstated must pay all tuition and fees in advance. If you have an outstanding deferment and a change of program results in a reduction of tuition or fees, your deferment will be reduced by the amount that the reduction exceeds your billing balance.
If you subsequently have a change of program that results in additional charges, you must contact the department that originally provided the deferment or pay the new billing balance in full by the end of the week in which the additional charges were added to avoid late fees.
Finance Charges Finance charges are assessed on all past due balances. Any returned items will void outstanding deferments, making all balances due in full immediately. The university may, at its option, cancel enrollment of any student whose check is returned unpaid by the bank.
If the university does not exercise this option, the student will be responsible for all tuition and fees incurred. Students and parents should be aware that non-local checks may be held by the bank for the maximum time allowed by law. Please allow ample time for non-local funds to be made available by the date payment is due.
Presentation of any credit card does not constitute payment of tuition and fees. Authorization must be obtained from the credit card institution in order to be posted to the student account. Declined authorizations are your responsibility.
In addition to the T, USC provides students with supplemental information that includes a breakdown of all financial activity by category. The T assists students and families to determine their eligibility for the Hope Scholarship and Lifetime Learning tax credits.
Additional information is available at usc. In addition, we email monthly billing statement notifications to the USC email addresses of all students who have outstanding balances or have activity on their student accounts during the month. Students must use USCe.
For more information, please visit usc. Although we accept payments from third parties, you are ultimately responsible for settling all debts to the university by the appropriate deadlines. Non-receipt of a bill does not relieve you of this obligation.
If you need a statement showing your tuition and fees, you may request a Registration Confirmation or use USCe.
If any private parties including family members are assisting you in paying for your expenses and require a monthly billing statement showing tuition and fees before they will issue payment, it is your responsibility to register early enough to accommodate them.
We recommend that you register a minimum of 40 days prior to the settlement deadline. In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, we will not disclose any specific information about your student account to a third party including family members without your permission.
You may file a waiver permitting USC to disclose information to specific individuals. The waiver form is available online at sfs. You may grant family members access to your educational records by creating guest user accounts on OASIS.
You may also grant third parties access to your financial records by creating guest user accounts on USCe. For more information, visit sfs. Obligation for Payment Request for registration constitutes a legal financial obligation to which you will be held liable if you do not follow the proper procedure to change or cancel your registration through the Office of Academic Records and Registrar.
You must receive written confirmation the Registration Confirmation form to verify that your requested change has been made. By registering, you agree to be held responsible for all tuition and fees, including, but not limited to, payments denied by student loan lenders, agencies of the United States government and agencies of foreign governments.
Tuition and fees for all students, including those whose tuition has been deferred, become an obligation in accordance with the provisions of the Withdrawal Refund Policy as follows.
Tuition and fees are due, in full, by the settlement deadline. Failure to make payments of any indebtedness to the university when due, including but not limited to tuition, deferred tuition, housing, student loans, lab fees and USCard, is considered sufficient cause, until the debt is settled with the university, to 1 bar the student from classes and examinations; 2 withhold diploma, scholastic certificate or transcripts; 3 bar the student from university housing; 4 suspend all university services and privileges; 5 suspend the student; 6 assign the student to a collection agency students who have been assigned to an outside collection agency may be required to pay in advance for all future registrations and services ; and 7 report the student to a credit bureau.
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