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You will be billed per semester, even though your aid is published based on a full year enrollment. Expect to be billed for each semester separately. Financial arrangement of the balance due on your student account must be completed by the Friday preceding the first day of the semester: August 28, 2020 for the Fall Semester, January 8, 2021, for the Spring Semester, and May 7, 2021, for Summer.
By the due date, the student account must be covered by any combination of the following:
Any student NOT falling into a combination of the above categories will be charged a $150 late fee. A HOLD will be placed on any Student Account with a balance due without a financial arrangement in place. Refer to the Student Financial Responsibility for policies regarding delinquent accounts.
If there is a balance due on the Student Account without a Financial Arrangement that will pay the total balance due, then a HOLD is put on the account. The hold prevents the release of an official transcript or diploma, prevents changes to the current semester schedule, and blocks reenrollment for future semesters.
Please review your Student Account by logging into your NNU portal at my.nnu.edu. Under the Student tab select Pay Bill.
The Student Financial Responsibility Statement that you accept when you first log into your NNU portal, details the financial obligations associated with enrollment as a student at Northwest Nazarene University. Enrollment at NNU constitutes a contractual agreement to pay all costs, both direct and indirect, for tuition and fees assessed for the courses for which you have registered. Failure to read and understand these obligations is not a waiver of these obligations. Student Financial Services will be happy to answer any questions and wants to ensure you understand what is expected. Financial responsibility is a critical aspect of the university experience.
It is the STUDENT’S RESPONSIBILITY to ensure that information regarding payment amounts and deadlines are communicated to the person who will be paying the account, including employers.
The Course and Fee Statement indicates the expected balance due after pending financial aid is applied to the current charges. The online My Account Balance is updated daily to reflect payments made and adjustments made to your schedule. Pending aid will not appear on this page until it is applied beginning the first day of class. Your pending financial aid will be applied as it is completed following the guidelines below.
NOTE: “Offered Aid” is not necessarily guaranteed aid. Financial aid that is not applied to the account for any reason could result in balance due and is the responsibility of the student to cover. It is the student’s responsibility to initiate action on any aid not disbursed after the first week of classes. Questions regarding Financial Aid need to be direct to email@example.com (208) 467-8638 or (877) 668- 4968
NNU payment plans are managed through Nelnet, which enables interest-free, monthly payments.
NNU Student Financial Services will make adjustments to the Nelnet budget as necessary. For special requests regarding your Nelnet account, please contact Student Financial Services. Note: The due date cannot be changed and a $35 late fee will be applied for payments made after the 5th of the month. Payments made to NNU instead of Nelnet may result in non refundable late fees.
The required Technology Fee per semester covers general costs for technology services and assistance, as well as registration.
If a student receives more financial aid than is needed to cover tuition and fees, a refund of the credit balance will be issued within 14 days of the date aid was applied. Checks will not be available until Fridays after 1 pm. Please note that Student Financial Services is required to refund any credit card payments made on semester charges before issuing a refund check for the remaining amount.
The official date of withdrawal from school will be determined by your Program Coordinator. There is a withdrawal fee of $100. The cost of tuition is adjusted on a prorated schedule. Financial Aid is also adjusted according to length of enrollment. Please contact Student Financial Services for additional information regarding withdrawals. Be aware of the academic and financial impact before you begin the process.