Continuing Students may sign up for the Spring 2014 Payment Plan beginning November 4, 2013. New, Re-admit and Transfer Students may sign up after registering for Spring classes.
|Plan||Enrollment Dates||Down Payment
|November 4, 2013 - December 13, 2013
(4:00 p.m. HST)
|December 14, 2013 - January 22, 2014
(4:00 p.m. HST)
|January 23, 2014 - February 21, 2014
(4:00 p.m. HST)
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Students who cannot pay in full by December 13, 2013, 4:00 p.m. HST, and have an unpaid balance of $300.00 or more, have the option to enroll in the Payment Plan. Students who do not wish to enroll in the Payment Plan, should drop all classes before January 13, 2014 to avoid incurring financial charges.
Important information about the Payment Plan:
The Payment Plan is available only for the fall and spring terms. There is no installment payment plan for summer terms.
A $30 non-refundable fee per student per semester per plan, is accessed to participate.
Students must be registered for the current semester to sign up for the payment plan. Continuing students who have past due charges on their account from a previous semester, will have those charges included in the total amount of the Payment Plan. Any payment will be applied toward past due charges first.
Once enrolled in the payment plan, students are expected to pay all financial charges incurred and will not be dis-enrolled from classes.
eCheck or eSavings payments to the University of Hawaiʻi and returned from the maker’s bank for any reason (e.g. insufficient funds, closed bank account, incorrect bank information) will result in a $25.00 returned payment charge. DO NOT issue a STOP PAYMENT. A stop payment is a returned payment, it is not acknowledged as an official drop from courses or withdrawal from the University. Students should drop all classes before January 13, 2014 to avoid incurring financial charges.
Students who fail to make full payment for any reason (e.g. insufficient funds, closed credit card, closed bank account) by the end of all scheduled payments will: 1) be dis-enrolled from the payment plan; 2) have a financial hold placed on their student account, and 3) be notified that full payment must be received within 15 days or sanctions will be imposed. If full payment is not received, the student’s account may be referred to a collection agency and other sanctions as defined in University of Hawaiʻi Administrative Rules, Chapter 20-10 [PDF] will be imposed.
All financial aid and scholarships received by the University shall be applied in full to a student’s account balance at the time of receipt, and the student’s remaining payments in the plan will be reduced.
The Payment Plan is not available to students whose account has been referred to a collection agency for unpaid balances from prior semesters.
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