Late Charges and Holds

CLAS (Fayette Campus)

The student is responsible for ensuring all CMU charges are personally paid or covered with financial aid by the tuition due date each semester. A financial registration hold will be placed for students who have a delinquent account. This financial registration hold will prevent them from registering for further classes and/or receiving an official transcript or diploma. Delinquent accounts will be accessed a late fee of two percent of the balance monthly. Failure to resolve a delinquent account may result in your account being placed with a professional collection agency. If this does happen, you will be required to pay any and all collection fees, late charges, interest, legal fees, and other recovery expenses incurred by the University, their successors or assignors.

CGES (Non-Fayette Sites and Online)

The student is responsible for ensuring all CMU charges are personally paid or covered with financial aid first day of class. A financial registration hold will be placed for students who have a delinquent account. This financial registration hold will prevent students from registering for further classes and/or receiving an official transcript or diploma. Delinquent accounts will be accessed a late fee of $25 the second week of classes and a 1 percent late fee the 15th of every month after. Failure to resolve a delinquent account may result in a student's account being placed with a professional collection agency. If this does happen, the student will be required to pay any and all collection fees, late charges, interest, legal fees, and other recovery expenses incurred by the University, their successors or assignors.

 
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