Cancellation of Student Schedules for Non-Payment of Tuition and Fees
Students are expected to pay all tuition and fees by the published deadline for each semester they enroll. In accordance with Rule 6C-7.002(6), F.A.C., students who do not pay tuition and fees or make arrangements to pay tuition and fees by the end of the established fee payment deadline may have their schedules cancelled and academic progress discontinued for the semester. Students who are cancelled for non-payment of tuition and fees will not be permitted to attend classes or receive grades after the cancellation takes place.
It is important that all students ensure they have an active FSU e-mail account. The FSU e-mail account is the official method by which the University will communicate with students concerning any outstanding financial obligations, including outstanding tuition and fees. Students will receive an official e-mail communication from the Office of Student Financial Services at the end of the second week of the semester alerting them to the possibility of the cancellation of their current term's schedule. Students will then have the opportunity to pay tuition and fees or make arrangements to pay tuition and fees to avoid being cancelled.
Students who fail to pay tuition and fees or make formal arrangements to pay tuition and fees by the end of the third week of the semester will receive an e-mail notification from the Office of the University Registrar. This notification will inform the student that his or her schedule has been cancelled and explain appeal process for the reinstatement of their schedule.
Students may check their account status online at any time at http://campus.fsu.edu (from Secure Apps. click My Account Statement) to determine any amounts owed to the university and to verify that payments have been made.
Reinstatement of Student Schedules Cancelled for Non-Payment of Tuition and Fees
Students whose schedules are cancelled for non-payment of tuition and fees may appeal to the FSU PC Office of Admissions & Records for the reinstatement of their schedule. The appeal must be made in writing and must be submitted to the FSU PC Office of Admissions & Records (room 108, Barron Building) no later than the end of the seventh week of the Fall or Spring semester. Consult the Summer edition of the Registration Guide for Summer term deadlines. The appeal will be reviewed and acted upon in a timely manner. Approval of the reinstatement of a student's schedule is contingent upon verification from the Office of Student Financial Services that tuition and fees have been paid or that formal arrangements have been made for tuition and fee payment. Reinstatement of schedules will also include a $100.00 late registration fee and a $100.00 late payment fee. Checks or credit card payments that are returned or refused will negate any tuition and fee payment arrangement for the reinstatement of a student's schedule. Also, the University reserves the right to deny reinstatement when a student has demonstrated a pattern of tuition delinquencies over a period of two or more semesters.