Bursar holds are placed onto student's accounts when they have an outstanding balance 30 days after the term bill due date. For example, If a student's spring bill was due on February 15th, 2020 they would be placed on a bursar hold if they had a balance on or after March 15th, 2020.
In order for bursar holds to be removed, the past due balance must be paid in full. Students are only able to enroll in a subsequent term if their balance is $500 or less. Students who have a balance from a previous term will be administratively withdrawn at the end of the spring term if their balance is not lowered to $500 or less.
If a student is enrolled in a payment plan, once their final installment is covered their bursar hold will be removed. If a student requested a loan to cover their out of pocket tuition they will be placed on a bursar hold until their loan is released and they have a $0 balance.”