Credits for unused room and board have been applied to
student accounts. Students should review their billing statements via their
CampusWeb account to identify the amount of credit they are receiving. There
are a few other items students may notice on their statements:
Damages – If
housing damages were assessed on your student account, you should notice a
charge for the damages at this time. Facilities and Residence Life took extra
care to waive many typical damage charges because of the tight timeline for
moving out. Very few damages were assessed, and Residence Life will still be
offering an appeal process for those who wish to appeal their charges.
Fines – No library
fines will be assessed for graduating seniors. Typically, only students who are
separating have fines added to accounts, so this means no student should
receive any library fine at this time. Thanks to Bailey Library for working so
cordially with our students!
Deposits – Graduating
seniors who still have a security deposit on file will see a credit for this
deposit applied to their account. This credit is related to the $350 deposit
made before your first year. $150 of that deposit was applied to your account
your very first semester, so the majority of seniors will see a credit for the
remaining $200. If you have a question about your specific deposit amount,
please contact Chris Simon.
All of the items above will factor into students’ current
balances or credit balances. Please review the following notes regarding the
handling of this new balance or credit:
receive any remaining account credit in a refund check mailed Friday, April 24.
Please make sure your address is updated in CampusWeb to ensure proper
delivery of this refund. The Business Office can confirm your address on
file if needed.
returning for the 2020-2021 academic year are being asked to carry over any credit on their account to
the upcoming Fall 2020 semester. That said, the College understands that times
are difficult right now for many students, so if you are a returning student
and would rather receive a refund check for a credit on your account, please
email Chris Simon with that request. The priority for issuing refunds right now
is for graduating seniors, so returning students will receive their checks on a
different timeline. The hope is to have all requested refunds mailed no later
than May 8, 2020.
the spring semester will be automatically adjusted if you receive a credit for
room/board. In many cases, this will eliminate the need to make a payment for
the final month of the plan. If you need to confirm your payment plan status,
email Chris Simon.
who owe a balance will
be contacted later this month with a “final billing notice” for the semester. Additionally,
the Business Office will mail paper statements to the address of file for any
student who still owes a balance for this semester.
Also, as a gesture of kindness during this stressful time, the
Business Office is removing ALL late payment fees assessed for this
semester. If you made a payment to resolve your balance after a late fee was
assessed, you should now see a credit on your account. Please note, late fees
will be added at a later date for any balance still unresolved by the end of
the semester. More information about current balances and the timeline for
resolving them will be provided separately.
Finally, to help expedite the work of the Business Office
during this time of high volume, please closely review the information above before
contacting the Business Office with questions about the amount of credit you
Thank you for your patience during this