Important news regarding the payment of fees
Beginning with the Fall 2012 semester, all Statewide Technology students must meet their financial obligations for payment of their fees, confirm their registration and accept their charges by the first day of classes (August 27, 2012) or be in danger of having their registration cancelled for non-payment.
It is very important for you to be proactive and make arrangements for covering the cost of your classes in a timely fashion. The Purdue Bursar's Office outlines all of its payment options on its Web site.
You have three options to consider:
- Pay all fees in full out of pocket, up front.
- Arrange for/accept Financial Aid well in advance of the start of the semester.
- Sign up for an installment plan.
The steps for fulfilling these requirements are simple, but must be taken in order:
- Make sure that your bursar account has a zero balance, meaning any balances from the previous semester have been paid. (You should check your account on MyPurdue from time to time to keep current with its activity.)
- Confirm your registration and avoid cancellation of courses:
- Meet the payment requirements by the invoice due date.
- Make sure your Purdue career account is current and operational
- If you intend to use the installment plan option, you must sign up for it BEFORE you confirm your enrollment (remember, you must have a zero balance. Once you are registered in the Purdue system, your fees are calculated and applied to your bursar account automatically.)
- Confirm that you will be attending Purdue by 1) logging on to your MyPurdue account; 2) selecting the "Financial" tab; 3) clicking on "Registration Status/Enrollment Confirmation"; 4) Review the output. If any items are in red, there is further action required
It is your responsibility to make sure your registration is paid and completed by the due date.
A late registration fee of $200.00 will be assessed to all students registering, (or re-registering if your schedule was cancelled), after the first week of classes. Please allow sufficient mailing and posting time – a minimum of 10 days is recommended.
As always, if you have any questions, please call our office at (765) 973-8228, and we’ll be happy to help you.