University Catalogue

FEES AND EXPENSES

All fees are current as of December 1, 2018 and are subject to change.

 

All tuition, mandatory fees and other University charges are due at the beginning of the semester. Any means of payment, other than cash, requires the inclusion of the student’s name and ID number on the document. If a check, or electronic check is returned by the bank for any reason, a $15 service fee will be assessed to the student’s account. If a check, or electronic check, is returned that was written for payment of tuition and fees, the student for whom the payment is made will be placed on a “cash only basis” for all future transactions with the University. Returned paper checks will automatically be re-deposited once by the University’s fiscal agent (bank). Electronic checks will not be re-deposited.

The University reserves the right to withhold future services (registration, transcript, diploma, etc.) to persons who have any outstanding obligation with the University.

Payments made at the Cashier's Office must be in the form of cash, check, cashier's check, or money order. Cash, cashier's check, or money order payments cannot exceed five thousand dollars ($5,000) for security purposes. Loose or rolled coins will not be accepted for payment if the amount exceeds ten dollars ($10). All electronic check and credit card payments must be made via the student's LEONet account. Credit cards accepted for payment of fees are VISA, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover via the online Southeastern web pay. If a student disputes a credit card payment to the University, it will result in an outstanding charge on their account and they will be put on restriction from all future credit card transactions. The University reserves the right to withhold future services to persons with outstanding obligations to the University. See Controller’s Office website for web pay instructions http://www.southeastern.edu/admin/controller/students/payonline/index.html

 

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