A $30 non-refundable late payment fee will be assessed for each registration fee or tuition payment deadline that is missed.
Holds are placed on students for the following reasons:
Fees or monies owed to the university, such as registration fees, housing charges, library fines, dishonored checks, Extended Education fees, lost key charges, etc.
Exit interviews for Perkins loans, Plant Operations keys, etc.
These holds will prevent you from registering, receiving grades and transcripts, etc. Information about holds on your account can be obtained by accessing your student account on the web. You will need to allow one business day after clearing a hold, before attempting to register or receive other services.
Failure to pay fees or debts incurred by specified due dates may result in collection action, including collection agency referral and/or small claims court, where you will be responsible for all applicable collection and/or court costs.
The university no longer sends out bills for student registration/tuition fees. It will be the student's responsibility to check their student account online through Student Center to retrieve their account balance information. Fees are assessed to a student's accounts immediately after registering for classes. If you add or drop classes which move your unit load to a different fee category, ( 0-6 units or 6.1+ units) your fees will re-calculate automatically.
A student whose check or e-check is returned from their bank will be assessed a $25 returned check fee.
Anyone paying for a university fee or service with a check or e-check that is dishonored by the bank is subject to legal action within the limits of the law. The privilege of writing checks or e-checks to the university may also be revoked.
Student assistant, work-study, and staff overtime warrants are available at Student Financial Services the 15th of the following month (the 14th if the 15th is Saturday - the 16th if the 15th is Sunday). For exact dates and times, see the university Green and Gold Calendar.
ID is required to pick up warrants. Students must present current HSU student ID.
For more information, see Getting Paid.
NO, we are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Go to Student Financial Service Window on the 2nd floor of the SBS Building.
You will be required to pay 10% of the outstanding short-term loan to receive an extension.
The following fees are included:
The following fees and/or categories of expenses are not included in qualified expenses:
Consult your tax preparer.
Detail transactions are available on your Student Center Account. Use the drop down link under “Finances” to select the View 1098T hyperlink to find a listing of qualified expenses charged to your student account during the calendar year included in box 2 of the 1098-T Statement. Also included are financial aid awards, grants and scholarships included in box 5 of your 1098-T Statement.
Application fees are not handled through student accounts and are therefore not included in the database used to provide this information. If you paid this fee it may be qualified. Consult your tax preparer.
Short-tem loan proceeds used to pay University fees and charges are reflected in the amount for general payments. Short-term loan repayments are not included in the amounts reported.
These organizations are separate corporations. Payments made to these entities are not reported by the University.
The Form 1098-T is reported to the IRS. The supplemental information is not; this dollar information is being provided to assist you in preparing your tax return (when determining your eligibility for the American Opportunity Credit and the Lifetime Learning Tax credit).
If you participated in early registration during the fall term, your spring fees and tuition charges were included on the prior year 1098-T, only charges assessed to your student account during the calendar year are included on the 1098-T Statement. Keep in mind that early registration for Spring fee charges may be included on the 1098-T, but the tax credits are based on payments for qualified charges made during the calendar year.
If you participated in early registration during the fall term, your spring fees and tuition charges were included on the prior year 1098-T, only charges assessed to your student account during the calendar year are include on the 1098-T Statement. Keep in mind that Spring fees may have been included on your 1098-T if you registered early, but the tax credits are based on payments for qualified charges made during the calendar year.
Enrollment in six or more units as of census date in any one term in the calendar year.
It is the date the University establishes its enrollment for the term. This occurs approximately 30 days after the first day of instruction.
The University is not required to file a 1098-T Statement for:
This information will be provided by your loan servicer on Form 1098-E.
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