ALL STUDENT ACCOUNTS ARE UPDATED DAILY AND ACCOUNT INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND IN YOUR STUDENT PORTAL
FEES AND REGULATIONS
- Current fees and associated regulations are published on BHU’s Web site each semester and are also available from the Finance Department/Business Office.
- Students with an unpaid balance from a previous semester(s) will not be permitted to register in a subsequent semester until their account has been paid or satisfactory arrangements have been made with the Finance Department/Business Office.
FULL TIME AND PART TIME FEES & RELATED CHARGES
- Students are initially informed of their appropriate fees and other charges upon registration and are provided with a statement outlining the details of their account.
- Other fees or charges may be incurred during the year and the student will be advised accordingly and can access at any time via the Student Portal.
- Students are not entitled to receive their diplomas after graduation or receive transcripts until all fees and related charges owed to the university have been paid in full.
- Students may pay their account in full upon registration or pay using BHU’s deferred payment plan, subject to incurring finance charges of 1.5% per month on the unpaid balance.
- During the fall and spring semesters, if students elect to use the deferred payment plan, one third (1/3) of the total cost of tuition plus associated fees are due at the designated registration on-campus assistance day (formerly campus registration day), one third (1/3) of the cost of total tuition is due approximately one month from on-campus assistance day, and the final one third (1/3) of the total cost of tuition plus applicable finance charges are due approximately one month from the second payment.
- During the summer semesters, if students elect to use the deferred payment plan, half (1/2) of the total cost of tuition plus associated fees are due at the designated registration on-campus assistance day, and the final half (1/2) of the total cost of tuition plus applicable finance charges are due approximately one month from the first payment.
- Should there be unusual circumstances an alternative payment plan may be approved by the Finance Department/Business Office.
STUDENT WITH AN OUTSTANDING BALANCE, EXPECTING TO RECEIVE FINANCIAL AID FOR UPCOMING SEMESTER AND HAS A BUSINESS OFFICE HOLD WILL NOT BE ABLE TO REGISTER FOR UPCOMING SEMESTER UNLESS THE FOLLOWING TAKES PLACE
- Student must pay a minimum of 20 percent of outstanding balance.
- Student must hand write a letter promising to pay outstanding balance after receiving financial aid refund during semester student wish to register.
- Student must submit a copy of financial aid award letter indicating expected award amount is enough to cover outstanding balance and current semester charges.
- Semester fees are payable on or before registration payment deadlines as published for each semester. A student’s registration process is not complete until payment is made in full. It is the student's responsibility to see that his or her tuition and fees are paid even if the funds are provided by financial aid, scholarship, or some other source.
Collection Agencies The Beulah Heights University uses the services of outside collection agencies to collect outstanding accounts from students who have attended the university in previous semesters. This may also involve legal action.
FINANCIAL AID REFUND DISBURSEMENT
Financial aid payments are applied to student accounts after the close of the add/drop period. If a student's account balance is a credit, it is the policy of the University to refund the credit to the student. If a credit balance refund is due the student, the refund is made to the student within 14 days, as required by federal regulations. A refund will be issued only if the student's balance is paid in full. If the credit balance is the result of a parent PLUS loan, the refund will be issued to the parent unless the parent has indicated that the refund should go to the student when the Parent PLUS Certification Form was completed. Additional information about loans can be found at https://www.beulah.edu/directloan.
The refund will be issued by direct deposit or a debit card to the student and mailed to the student's mailing address. Direct deposit is the preferred method of refund as it is faster, more secure and costs less. Instructions for setting up direct deposit or debit card sign up can be found at https://www.beulah.edu/direct