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Graduate Financial Information

Enrollment Policy

Financial Aid

Financial Suspension Policy

In extreme cases, a decision may be made to place a student on financial suspension. In the case of financial suspension, the student will receive a letter from the Office of Student Accounts. The notification will inform the student that his/her financial obligations must be settled immediately or he/she will be suspended from the College as of the date specified in the letter. Financial suspension means that the student will no longer be able to attend classes. Financial suspension will continue until the student has met his/her financial obligations to the College. The Office of Student Accounts will notify the appropriate faculty members that the student has been suspended, and should not be admitted into their classes; simultaneously, the Vice President for Academic Affairs Office, the Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies and the Registrar's Office will be notified of this action.

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