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Payment Plans and Options

PAYMENT POLICY

Questions regarding a student’s account balance are to be directed to the Student Account Representative-Business Office, (859) 336-5082 ext: 1230; Questions regarding a student’s financial aid are to be directed to the Student Account Representative –Financial Aid, (859) 336-5082 ext: 1214.

Plan I : Payment of the account in full by first day of class.

Plan II : Student pays to SCC 25% of the outstanding balance by first day of school, then 3 equal payments on a set date for the next 3 months.  A student having approved loans, grants or scholarships may deduct these amounts.  A carrying fee of $50 will be added to the account as a set up fee.  Interest may be applied by SCC on accounts in arrears.  In the event the student cannot make his/her scheduled payment he/she is to contact the Student Account Representative-Business Office.

Delinquent Accounts : Students who fail to set up a payment plan or complete their financial aid   within 30 days of the beginning of each semester will be charged a $50 carrying fee and possible interest charges. The College reserves the right to withdraw a student from classes and the residence hall.  New registration will not be accepted until accounts are cleared.  Grades, transcripts of credit, degrees or recommendations will not be issued for a student whose account has a balance due.

A $30 fee is assessed for all returned checks

REFUND POLICY

16 Week Classes Refund Policy : If a student withdraws during the first four weeks of school and  the bill has been paid in full, tuition charges will be refunded as follows:

During the first week............................................... 100%

During the second week........................................... 75%

During the third week................................................ 50%

During the fourth week.............................................. 25%

Beginning the fifth week............................................. 0%

Room and Board Refund Policy

Board is refunded in full from the date of withdrawal for the unused portion.  A full day’s board is charged for the day of withdrawal.

Room refund is 90% during the first week of classes.  No refund is available after the first week

No student will be allowed to move into the residence halls without making payment in full.

Course fees are non-refundable .

After applicable refund is issued any additional charges are the responsibility of the student.

WITHDRAWAL POLICY:

REGISTRAR’S OFFICE:  A student must withdraw from a class or from the college according to catalog procedures.  Failure to withdraw officially will result in failing grades and forfeiture of any possible refund.  See Registrar for details.

FINANCIAL AID: Financial Aid Recipients must see the Financial Aid Office prior to withdrawal from a class or the College.

BUSINESS OFFICE: All students must see the Business Office prior to withdrawal from a class or the College. 

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