What is “Drop for Non-Payment”?
Drop for Non-Payment means that the student will be dropped from all registered classes for the indicated term. Students will not be allowed to attend class and will not be allowed to register until their Office of the Bursar is paid in full.
Is it possible that my classes are dropped even after I made a late payment?
Yes. The drop process is complex involving numerous systems and takes time to update and run. The only way to ensure that your classes are 100% secure is to make your payment by the published payment due date. Communicating a late payment with the school may not avoid being dropped but will keep the school informed.
- Fall tuition is due by July 31st
- Spring tuition is due by December 15th
- Summer tuition is due by April 15th
Who is subject to Drop for Non-Payment?
Any student, unless exempt, who has an unpaid past due balance regardless of term.
Why does the University Drop for Non-Payment?
The procedure benefits the general student population by making more seats available to paying students. In addition, it keeps students from having their credit ratings negatively impacted by lack of tuition and fee payments. The practice also helps the University to minimize costs by reducing uncollectible debt and associated administrative expenses.
When will Drop for Non-Payment occur?
The Drop for Non-Payment dates are published on Roosevelt University’s website under the Important Dates. Please visit https://www.roosevelt.edu/current-students/academics/important-dates for more information.
How will I know if my registration has been Dropped for Non-payment?
The university will send an email to the student’s Roosevelt email account letting the student know that their classes have been dropped. Additionally, the student may log into RUACCESS and view their account.
If a student is waitlisted for classes and is Dropped for Non-Payment will the student be removed from the waitlist?
No. However, if the student does not reregister, the waitlisted class will be made available to another student.
Will I be notified before my classes are dropped for non-payment?
Yes. You will be sent an email to your Roosevelt email account approximately a week before your classes will be dropped for non-payment.
How can I avoid Drop for Non-Payment?
- Pay Office of the Bursar balance on or before the payment due date for each term. You may pay electronically via RU ACCESS, ACH and all major credit cards are accepted. Please note that a 2.75% convenience fee will apply for all credit card payments. Credit card payments can only be made on-line. Alternatively, a check or money order may be mailed to Roosevelt University, 430 S Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605. Please make sure to include the Roosevelt student identification number on the check or money order to ensure proper credit to the account. Electronic payments are applied to the student’s account in real-time and are the preferred method to ensure immediate processing. Mailed payments can take 7 to 10 days for mail and processing.
- Verify your financial aid file is complete and make sure there is sufficient aid to cover your balance. You can verify outstanding financial aid requirements via RUACCESS. If you want Federal Aid to cover fees other than instructional, general, lab, and University contracted room and board you must provide Federal Title IV consent, otherwise you will need to pay these fees separately.
If my classes were Dropped for Non-Payment how can I get them back?
Students whose classes are dropped for non-payment will first need to clear all financial holds on their account by paying their balance in full. Once payment is received the student will be able to register for any available courses. The student is not guaranteed to get the same courses they were registered for prior to being dropped as registration is dependent upon class availability. Students can pay their balance on-line but will need to visit the Registrar to get reinstated.
Who can I contact regarding questions about financial aid, billing, payment and registration to help avoid my registration being Drop for Non-Payment?
- You may contact the Office of Financial Aid at 1 – 866- 421-0935 for questions regarding your financial aid.
- You may contact Office of the Bursar at 312 -341 -3570 for questions regarding your Bursar.
- You may contact the Registrar’s Office for questions regarding registration 312-341-3536.
What if I’m going to receive a scholarship and don’t have my check yet?
All scholarship checks must be received by the payment due date. Alternatively, you may contact Financial Aid to see if the scholarship can be temporarily placed on the Bursar. Otherwise, a payment arrangement must be made for the balance or the balance must be paid in full to avoid being dropped for non-payment.
I can only pay for part of my classes. Are partial payments available?
Partial payments will not be available as the intent of the procedure is to ensure that fees are “Paid in Full” by the payment due date. The student may take advantage of Roosevelt’s official payment plan by visiting https://tuitionpay.higherone.com/TuitionPay/Welcome.aspx?roosevelt .