Students who do not maintain current financial accounts with the college will be denied the privilege of classroom attendance beginning five days after the payment is due. Absences will be counted until the payment is made in full or until withdrawal is instituted.

 

A student whose account is not paid in full (including tuition and fees) by the end of the quarter will not be allowed to reenroll in the subsequent quarter.

 

Rochester University makes exceptions to this policy only with the approval of the President. In those cases where the college elects to make an exception, the student is required to sign and comply with an approved payment agreement. If the student withdraws from the college without paying the account in full, the payment plan becomes void and the college has the right to collect the unpaid amount immediately. Should the college find it necessary to use the services of a collection agency or attorney, the former student is responsible for all court costs, reasonable collection and litigation fees, up to 100 percent of the balance due. 

 

A student will not be allowed to participate in graduation ceremonies or receive grades, a certificate, a diploma, a degree, a transcript, or a letter of recommendation until all financial obligations have been satisfied in accordance with the college’s financial policies.