Students are expected to pay all tuition and fees by the payment deadline. If you have outstanding fees from previous terms, you are expected to pay this in full as soon as possible. Failure to pay any outstanding amounts may result in an overdue fee, suspension, and/or withdrawal (termination) from the College.
Suspension from courses:
If you have not paid your overdue fees, you may be suspended from classes. This means:
- You will be blocked from attending classes.
- Your work will not be graded by the instructor.
- You will be unable to take exams and participate in other course-related activities.
If you pay your overdue fees, the suspension will be lifted. Final course marks may be impacted by a suspension due to missed or late assignments or exams.
For more details on suspension, see “Overdue Accounts” in the Learner Financial Accounts Procedure.
Withdrawals from courses:
If payment is not made after a suspension, we may withdraw (terminate) you from your courses and/or program. You will still be responsible for paying your tuition and fees. In addition to the penalties of suspension, this means:
- Outstanding fees can be sent to a collection agency.
- You will not be allowed to graduate or attend the graduation ceremony.
- You will be prevented from registering in future courses or programs.
- The College will not issue transcripts, parchments, or letters for you.
For more details on withdrawal (termination), see “Overdue Accounts” in the Learner Financial Accounts Procedure.