Official Guidelines for Payment

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Payment of tuition, university housing, residential dining program charge, student ID fee, and parking decal fees are part of the registration process known as "confirming your schedule." Payment or "Payment Plan" participation is required before each semester's registration is complete (confirmed). All prior semester charges must be paid before your enrollment will be confirmed.

Payment/Confirmation Deadlines:

May Four Week May 6, 2014
May Six Week May 6, 2014
May Twelve Week May 6, 2014
June Four Week June 3, 2014
June Six Week June 17, 2014
July Four week July 2, 2014
Fall 2014 August 1, 2014

1. JSU does not mail registration statements. Students may view their registration charges at http://my.jsu.edu. Payment must be received according to the following terms or your registration will be canceled:

  1. Pay semester charges with a check or money order by mail; with cash, check, money order; with VISA, MasterCard, or Discover in person at the cashier window located on the second floor of Bibb Graves Hall, or via the web through My.JSU. Your complete payment must be in the Bursar's Office no later than the published due date. A check returned for insufficient funds is a serious matter and can lead to legal action.

    IMPORTANT: A POSTMARK IS NOT ACCEPTABLE FOR MEETING YOUR PAYMENT DEADLINE. Your complete payment must be in the Bursar's Office no later than the published due date.

  2. If you miss the payment deadline, you may register on or after the published date registration is scheduled to re-open.
  3. A $100.00 late registration fee will apply (for each term) if you register on or after the first day of classes through the last official day to register.

    A $200.00 late registration fee will apply (for each term) if you register after the last official day to register.

2. You are responsible for paying any prior balances by the published due date. If you fail to do so, your classes will be canceled.

3. Pre-payments are based on the tuition charges, housing charges, and/or semester fees at the time of payment, but are subject to change. You are responsible for paying any increases in charges by the published due date. If you fail to do so, your classes will be canceled.


CHANGE OF COURSE(S) (ADD):
Tuition for course(s) added after the original due date is due by the last day of registration for the semester to retain the course(s).

CHANGE OF COURSE(S) (DROP):
Tuition for course(s) dropped will be refunded at 100% if the drop occurs by the last day to register for the semester. There is no refund for course(s) dropped after the last day to register for the semester.

WITHDRAWAL FROM ALL COURSES
1. Tuition will be refunded as follows if withdrawing from the university for the Fall or Spring Semesters

  • 100% adjustment if withdrawal occurs by the last day of registration for the semester.
  • 80% adjustment if withdrawal occurs within one (1) week after the close of registration.
  • 50% adjustment if withdrawal occurs within three (3) weeks after the close of registration.
  • No adjustment if withdrawal occurs thereafter.

2. Tuition will be refunded as follows if withdrawing from the university for any term during the Summer Semester.

  • 100% adjustment if withdrawal occurs by the last day of registration for the semester.
  • 80% adjustment if withdrawal occurs within one (1) day after the close of registration.
  • 50% adjustment if withdrawal occurs within three (3) days after the close of registration.
  • No adjustment if withdrawal occurs thereafter.

3. Students who withdraw while on Financial Aid may have to repay a proportionate amount of aid received, which may result in a balance owed to the University. Please contact the Office of Student Financial Services or the Bursar's Office for more details. All remaining charges are due and payable upon dropping of a course or withdrawing from the university.

4. Please contact housing for residence hall refund policy.


NOTE: Students are reminded that the term DROP refers to the dropping of part, but not all, of the course work in a semester; WITHDRAWAL refers to ending enrollment in all classes at JSU for the semester.

REFUNDS:
JSU now offers Electronic Direct Deposit (EDD). For timely receipt of your student account refund, you will need to sign up for Electronic Direct Deposit (EDD) through MyJSU. View "Refund Policy" for instructions.