Student Financial Responsibilities
Students are financially responsible for all charges related to their course registration, meal plan, housing, and other related fees. They are also responsible for any fines, penalties or damage fees they may incur.
Tuition and fee payments are due by the dates outlined on the academic calendar. Any other charges are due when assessed to the student account.
Review student financial transactions and submit payments at the Student Account Suite. Visit the site often to remain aware of all charges, payments, and/or adjustments to your account.
Billing statements are uploaded electronically to the FVSU Student Account Suite. Billing notices are sent to the FVSU Wildcat email account. Students are responsible for paying all balances due by the payment deadlines.
Important: Maintain an Accurate Mailing Address
Students are required to maintain an accurate address with FVSU. Access the MyFVSU portal to update your address on the Personal Information page, or to submit a Change of Address Form.
Failure to receive a student account statement in the mail is not an adequate reason for nonpayment.
Accounts are considered delinquent if not paid by the due date. In accordance with USG Policy 10.1.1.2, students with balances older than 30 days will have services withheld until the balance is paid. Services withheld include viewing grades, accessing transcripts, registering for additional classes, or receiving a diploma until the balance is paid.
If a student account is sent to a collection agency, additional fees will be added to the balance due. These fees may add up to 15% of the original balance due. The collection agency may also report the delinquency to a credit bureau.
Accounts Receivable Hold
An Accounts Receivable (AR) hold is placed on accounts with a past due balance. The balance can originate from tuition, fees, room and meals, fines, financial aid reductions, course load adjustments or other financial activity on your account. An AR hold prevents registration, viewing grades, receiving transcripts, and access to academic records and University services.