Financial Leave of Absence

Students that have been dropped from classes for non-payment will not be permitted to return to classes or training assignments until their financial obligations with the College have been satisfied. The Bursar will recommend that the student be placed on a Financial Leave of Absence until the account is satisfied. The Bursar’s Office will recommend to the Associate Controller and Registrar those students who should be placed on a Financial Leave of Absence for not remitting the amount that they are obligated to personally pay by the due date or for not endorsing loan proceeds in a timely manner.   

Consequences of Being Placed on a Financial Leave of Absence

Students placed on a Financial Leave of Absence will not be permitted to return to classes or training assignments until all personal payments are remitted, all necessary loan applications are completed and sent to the lender, or all proceeds from loans are endorsed for payment.

Returning within one year

To return from a financial leave of absence within one year, the student must not only satisfy financial obligations with the Bursar’s Office but must also petition the Provost to return to his/her academic curriculum.

Beyond the one-year deadline

The student’s status at the College may be withdrawn. All financial obligations must be satisfied before the student may petition for re-admission to the College.