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Suspension of Students for Non-payment of Tuition and Fees, College Fines, or Other Debts Owed to VCCS Colleges

A student’s continued attendance at the college depends on payment of all debts owed to the college. Should the student fail to satisfy all due and payable amounts for tuition and fees, college fines, or other debts owed the college, the student may be suspended. No student shall be allowed to register in any succeeding semester until all current debts owed to the college have been satisfied. An exception to this policy will be granted when a debt owing student registers under a third party contract arrangement. If the third party is responsible for the tuition payment under the contract, the named students on the contract may register even if individual debts to the college are outstanding.

Students who owe $500 or more to any individual college in the VCCS will not be allowed to register at any college in the VCCS until their debt is satisfied. A cross college financial hold will be placed by the college on the student’s account in the Student Information System when the student’s past due debt is equal to or greater than $500. The hold will automatically block registration at all other colleges in the VCCS until the debt is satisfied by the student and the hold is cleared by the hold-setting college. An exception to this policy will be granted when a debt owing student registers under a third party contract arrangement. If the third party is responsible for the tuition payment under the contract, the named students on the contract may register even if individual debts to any college in the VCCS are outstanding.

This page was reviewed on June 11, 2013, updated on May 19, 2013. If you are looking for previous catalog information, please reference the 2008-2010 Catalog, 2010-2012 Catalog, or 2013-2014 Catalog.

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