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ARTICLE V - ST= GEI OF FINANCIAL DELINkUENCY
5.1 Student Responsibility
5.11 The University expects the student to be financially responsible
and not be delinquent in his/her financial obligations to the
University or to any department or division thereof, including
room and board payments to sanctioned fraternal student organi-
zations. Such obligations shall not include fines and penalties
assessed against the student by other than University officers.
5.2 Unmet Financial Obligations
5.21 [Financial obligations that are not met within 10 days after the
date due shall be reported in writing to the proper office.
Obligations to any division or department of the University
shall be reported to the office designated by the Vice President
for Business Affairs and Treasurer.]
Offices or departments of the University, with previous approval
of the Vice President ibr Business Affairs, will notify a student
twice of an unmet financial obligation owed to them exceeding $20.00.
If not paid within 60 days, the office or department will notify
the Registrar's Office that the student is delinquent.
5.22 [The appropriate business office shall notify the student of the
financial obligation. If the student does not settle the obligation
by the date designated on the notice, he/she shall, subject to
regulations promulgated by the Vice President for Business Affairs
and Treasurer be considered delinquent, and that office shall
notify the Registrar.]
After the Registrar has been so notified, the Registrar shall not
allow the student to register, transfer credits, be readmitted to
the University, or receive the graduation diploma which certifies
the degree earned until the office or department declaring the
delinquency notifies the Registrar that the obligation has been
met or until the statute of limitation on collection applies.
[5.23 After the Registrar has been notified that a student is delinquent,
the Registrar shall not allow the student to register, Or to
transfer credits, or certify the student for graduation, until
the Registrar has been notified in writing by the appropriate
business office that the obligation has been settled.]
5.3 Disputed Liability