The Student Accounts department is a unit of the Controller’s Office that provides quality account management service to students, parents and alumni by proactively assisting them in meeting their financial responsibilities for attendance. The Student Accounts department is comprised of five functional areas:
- Student Accounts Specialists serve as the point of contact for customer questions and concerns. This team coordinates student billing and assists customers with billing charges and disputes.
- Cashiers office staff are responsible for collecting and recording student payments and departmental deposits in compliance with University policies and procedures.
- Third Party Billing staff bill third party agencies on behalf of students whose attendance is sponsored by a corporation, non-profit agency, military agency, or international embassy.
- Collections staff are responsible for collecting past due student account receivables. The Collections team also provides counseling to Perkins Loan recipients and assists students with the repayment process.
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***As of October 28, 2015, if you have an unpaid balance due on your student account you will receive a financial hold which will prevent you from registering, dropping, withdrawing from the University and ordering an official transcript.
|First Payment Due Date/Cancellation for Non-Payment
(Full payment due for all charges incurred on or before this date)
|First day of class||January 11|
|Last day to drop a course with no charge for that course; will remain registered in other courses for which you are enrolled||January 21|
|Second Payment Due Date/Cancellation for Non-Payment
(Full payment due for all charges incurred after August 19)
*Students who wish to drop ALL courses for which they are registered must withdraw from the university to avoid academic or financial responsibility. Review the Withdrawal Refund Schedule and Withdrawing from UNC Charlotte website for more information.