This policy applies to Early Registration, Open Registration, and Late Registration.
Early and Open Registrations not paid for or covered by Financial Aid by the published payment deadline date will be dropped. Schedules will be dropped for balances owed by the end of the third week of class.
Students who default on all or any portion of their tuition and fees will be suspended from further registration and records activity at the University until their account is paid in full.
The registration and records activity suspension will be carried forward to perpetuity until all past due tuition and fees are paid in full.
Past due tuition accounts may be reported to the Credit Bureau and/or turned over to an outside collection agency for collection.
Full-time 2013-14 undergraduate resident students at Utah Valley University paying a semester tuition and fee amount of $2,543 (before any financial aid, scholarship or waiver) contribute an estimated 60 percent to the full cost of instruction per full-time student of $4,245. The remaining support for the full cost of instruction is provided by $1,606 of state tax funds and $96 of other institutional revenue sources.
A student who takes course work in excess of 125% of the credits required for graduation may be charged for those excessive credit hours at twice the resident rate, as per Utah State Board of Regents Policy R510.
The tuition refund policy is established by the Board of Regents and amended by each college/university to fit their programs. Utah Valley University refunds for students who withdraw from school or drop classes are calculated as follows:
Thereafter, the refund periods for instructional cycles other than the semester are extrapolated from the above schedule.
A Petition to the Refund Policy Form is available on the Web or can be obtained from the office of the Registrar.
The College will not accept two-party checks. Checks written to UVU must have the writer's social security number, local address, and phone number on the face of the check. Two forms of identification are required at all campus check-cashing locations.
Checks written that later have a stop payment placed upon them will be considered as dishonored checks.
Checks written up to $5 over the amount of the purchase may be cashed at the Bookstore. All other campus locations accept checks for amount of purchase (or payment) only.
A service charge will be assessed on each dishonored check unless the student can document that it was a bank error.
Students who have current dishonored checks will not be allowed to receive grades and/or transcripts, make changes in registration, register for future semesters, graduate, nor pick up checks that are disbursed by UVU, which may include but are not limited to financial aid, guaranteed student loans, tuition refunds, and payroll checks.