When a student registers for classes, payment is due by the published deadline, unless other arrangements have been made – such as a Short Term Loan or Installment Payment Plan.
If payment is not made, Alvin Community College may cancel your registration. You may re-register in person, by telephone, or online. Payment will be required at the time of re-registration.
Students withdrawn for non-payment or delinquent payments after late registration may be reinstated for a $100 fee, plus the remaining balance and late fees.
Currently enrolled students who are delinquent in repaying a loan, are responsible for a returned check, or have failed to pay appropriately and on time any other debts to Alvin Community College (not including library and traffic fines) will receive warning notices informing them that they must pay their debts by a certain date or be withdrawn from all classes. If they do not pay by that date, the College may withdraw them from all classes. Students may be reinstated during that semester for a $100 fee.
Students must pay all debts before they may re-enroll in classes, receive a diploma, or receive an official transcript. Debts include tuition, fees, fines, returned check penalties, and restitution for loss of or damage to college property.
Students may be withdrawn from their classes if an Installment Payment is missed or if they default on a Short Term Loan. In addition, the account may be turned over to a collection agency. Any type of refund, scholarship, or grant will be applied as payment to reduce or pay off the debt.
Texas Law – “A student who fails to make full payment of tuition and fees, including any incidental fees, by the due date may be prohibited from registering for classes until full payment is made. A student who fails to make full payment prior to the end of the semester may be denied credit for the work done that semester.” (House Bill 2747)
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