D1.6 Reinstatement as a Registered Student
Updated: May 6th, 2011
If a student’s registration fees have not been paid in full by the end of the semester, the student may be dropped from the rolls or considered as “status lapsed,” meaning the student’s grades for the semester will not be posted to his or her transcript and a block will be placed on the student’s future registration. Although they may have otherwise completed all requirements for award of a degree, students who are dropped from the rolls will also be removed from that semester’s degree list. Students in these situations should settle their bills with Billing and Payment Services (140 University Hall). Any unpaid fees resulting in collective activity by the University or its agent may be subject to interest assessed at the rate of 10 percent per annum plus costs of collection.
Once registration fees and any applicable late fees are fully paid, the student will be automatically reinstated, grades will be posted to the transcript, and the block will be removed. Students dropped from a degree list will be placed on the degree list for the next term. A reinstatement fee will also be charged automatically to the student’s CARS account.