A student with a balance of equal to or less than $50 will have a transcript hold placed on his or her account. This hold prevents the student from reviewing grades or receiving official transcripts.
A student with an outstanding balance of greater than $50 will have an accounts receivable/transcript hold placed on his or her account. This hold prevents the student from accessing his or her online courses, registering for future classes, or receiving official transcripts or a diploma.
If a balance remains unpaid, the student will be subject to the collection policies of the University. DMU also reserves the right to send a student’s account to collections or place a hold before or during classes if the student is unresponsive to school correspondence. An account will be considered past due thirty days from the date of the original invoice.
What happens if my check bounces?
Any check which cannot be cashed will be charged a $35.00 fee. The University will send a new invoice to the student for the original amount with this $35.00 fee added. This policy also applies to electronic check (ACH) transactions.