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Late Fees & Holds

Tuition and fees for the Fall semester are due October 1st, for Spring semester March 1st and for Summer semester June 15th. Enrollment in courses and/or additional bursar charges incurred after these due dates are payable at the time of enrollment or when charged. Outstanding balances after these due dates are considered past due and will accrue a penalty at the rate of 1.5% monthly (19.56APY). Payments on past due balances must be received and posted on the balance prior to the 15th of the month to avoid the monthly late fee.  No finance charges are associated with the payment plan option if payments are made as promised. Any charges incurred by the College in an effort to collect on delinquent accounts will be assessed to and will be the responsibility of the account holder.

Delinquent account information will be turned over to a collection agency which could endanger the student’s credit rating on a local or national level. If an account is turned over to a collection agency the student will be liable for the collection agency’s fees as well as the debt owed to NOC.

Past due accounts may receive payment from the Warrant Intercept Program that captures state income tax returns to pay outstanding NOC debt.

If you have an outstanding account balance a hold will be placed on your account before enrollment for the next semester begins. The account must be paid in full before the student can obtain the release of any academic records such as a transcript or diploma or the enrollment for subsequent semesters.

Northern Oklahoma College is compliant with PL 115-407, in regards to the VA Benefits and Transition Act of 2018 – VA beneficiaries(using Chapter 33 and Chapter 31 VA benefits) will not be penalized in any way due to delated VA payments.