CASHIERS POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Tuition and Fee Statement
When registering for a course you are reserving a seat in the class. It is your obligation to drop the course if you decide not to take it. Dropping allows other students access to the class. Once you register for courses, you are obligated to pay for them unless you drop them or withdraw from school during the 100% refund period. If you drop or withdraw after the 100% refund period, you are obligated to pay tuition and fees according to the Refund Schedule. Also, you must pay for or drop courses by the payment deadline to avoid late fees and interest. DO NOT rely on the purge to drop classes for you.
Payments to students often have implications involving financial aid and/or tax reporting. This document provides guidelines for determining the type of payment based on criteria instead of common terms.
Procedures to pay for goods or services that are not subject to the normal purchase order process
In accordance with Utah Code Title 51, Chapter 4, money should be deposited daily, if practicable, but no later than once every three banking days
Procedures to obtain, operate and close this type of cash advance fund