Late Registration Billing and Payment Policy
Spring 2015 Semester
Students registering on or before November 18, 2014 will have a billing statement posted on their Student Account and charges are due on December 9, 2014. Payment of billed charges must be received by the due date or your schedule is subject to cancellation.
Late Registration begins on November 18, 2014. Students who register for the first time this term during the Late Registration period may be subject to a $100 Late Registration fee and will not receive a billing statement prior to the payment due date. However, charges are posted to your student account as you register and are viewable on your account Summary via MyPACK Portal. See Registration and Records for more information about Late Registration fees.
The schedule below will apply to all students registering during the Spring 2015 Late Registration period:
- Register November 18 through December 9 - payment is due by midnight on December 9, 2014
- Register December 9 through December 17 - payment is due by midnight on December 19, 2014
You must pay your account balance, have posted financial aid, an approved sponsorship, or enrolled in an authorized payment plan by the due date associated with your registration period or your schedule is subject to cancellation.
***If you have applied for the insurance waiver, but the credit has not applied to your account, you will need to pay the cost of the insurance and will be refunded after the credit is received from the Insurance Department.
Students who have been cancelled for non-payment will be required to pre-pay all charges plus a $100 Late Registration Fee before being allowed to re-register
- Students wishing to register on or after December 18, 2014 will be required to pay in advance or have posted Financial Aid, an Authorized Third Party Sponsor, or current Monthly Payment Plan.
To view your current Student Account information and make payment, from the “Student Center’ page, click on the “My Student Account” link under “Finances”. You can then click on the “Make a Payment” button and pay with a no-fee draft from your checking or savings account. You may also use your MasterCard, Discover, American Express or Diners Club. There is a 2% fee for all credit /debit card transactions.
Payments are not accepted in the Cashier’s Office at Harris Hall. If you plan to mail your payment you must send your check and remittance advice to our payment processor:
NC State University
PO Box 900013
Raleigh, NC 27675-9013
If you use your bank’s online bill pay system, they will mail us a check. Please be sure you allow time for mailing and processing the payment, and the student’s nine digit ID number is printed on the check.
Payment must be received by the due date or your schedule is subject to cancellation.
Students whose aid award does not appear on the Account Summary page should contact their Financial Aid counselor. Aid appears on the student account under “Estimated Aid” only after it has been accepted in MyPack Portal.
Any amounts not covered by the aid award must be paid directly to your Student Account by the due date. Financial Aid will not pay any prior term charges.
Do not mail Scholarship checks to the above address. These payments must be sent to:
Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid
Campus Box 7302
Raleigh NC 27695-7302
Monthly Payment Plan:
The Monthly Payment Plan option is available until January 8, 2015. The semester plan is available only for Spring 2015 charges, you may not include prior terms charges in your total. Prior term and past due charges must be paid directly to your Student Account by the due date.
Please note that at the time of enrollment you will be required to pay the enrollment fee and all monthly payments per the schedule below:
|Enroll:||# of Payments Due:||Next payment due:|
|November 1 - November 28||1||December 1|
|December 1 - December 31||2||January 1|
|January 1 - January 30||3||February 1|
The forth and fifth payments will be due on February 1 and March 1, 2015. See http://www.fis.ncsu.edu/cashier/payment/mpp.asp for more information.
GI Bill Students
Students attending under the GI Bill will receive an email from email@example.com with payment options after you have been certified by the Veteran Affairs Office in Registration and Records.
If you have an authorized, off campus, Third Party Sponsor (Ex: Voc Rehab, military, IBM) they must submit authorization prior to the billing due date. http://www.fis.ncsu.edu/cashier/billing/sponsorbill.asp
- NOTE: Employee reimbursements are not considered a sponsorship. Payment is due by the deadline
- For complete information on Sponsorships go to: http://www.fis.ncsu.edu/cashier/billing/sponsorbill.asp
Students with on campus sponsorships (ex: Graduate Support Plan, Department) must have their Advisor/Graduate Secretary complete the proper authorization before the billing due date.
- Departments sponsoring students on GSSP will notify the Cashier’s Office
- GSSP pays tuition only so you will need to pay the fees and any other charges posted on your account before the billing due date.
- Departments paying student charges not included in GSSP must submit separate payment form.
If you have questions or concerns about GSSP or department payments, you must contact your department.
Please contact your ROTC office if the award does not appear on your account. The ROTC office is responsible for notifying the Cashier’s Office.
Newly Admitted, International, Degree Students:
International students who have been recently been admitted to a degree program, are attending NC State for the first time this semester, and registering before December 19, 2014, are exempt from these deadlines. The due date for first semester international students is January 14, 2015.
The Office of International Studies will notify the Cashier’s Office of the students eligible for this exception. New international students registering on or after December 19, 2014 will be required to pay in advance or provide proof of sponsorship.
Failure to pay your student bill will result in late fees and will prevent further registration. This exception applies only to the first semester you are attending. You will be required to make payment for all future semesters by that term’s posted due date.