Students with outstanding balances will be placed on “hold” status and will be prohibited from registering for courses until that “hold” status is released. Students with “hold” status due to outstanding balances also will not be allowed to participate in commencement ceremonies and are not entitled to receive a diploma, transcripts, credentials or other possible University-provided verifications until the balance is paid in full with guaranteed funds and verified by the Director of Student Business Services. Any account with an outstanding balance will incur a 1.5 percent or minimum of $25 service charge each month on the account until paid in full.
Email is the University’s primary source of communication. All communications initiated by the Student Business Services Office will be sent to the student’s assigned CUC email address. A statement of account will be uploaded each month after the start of the semester if the tuition account has a verified outstanding balance. An email will be sent to students CUC email address each time a new statement is uploaded to alert the student to login to Concordia Connect to view/print their statement.
Concordia University Chicago retains the right to drop a student’s classes at any time in the event the student fails to meet payment deadlines.