Dr. Sunny Liston, business faculty, is the lead author of Smart and Micro-Grid Applications for Commercial Buildings: Economic and Environmental Considerations, an article to be published in the June 2016 issue of Franklin Publishing Company's Feature Edition Journal: Critical Thinking Series.
Payment in full for tuition and any assessed fees is due by the end of the second week of classes each term unless payment arrangements have been approved by the Office of Student Accounts.
When students register for classes, they incur charges and are responsible for payment of these charges whether or not they attend classes. To have the charges removed, students must process a drop through the Office of the Registrar within the refund period.
Failure to attend classes, ceasing to attend, or only notifying the instructor does not constitute official drop or withdrawal.
A late payment fee of $50 will be assessed to unpaid balances the first business day following the end of the second week of classes. Subsequent late fees of $50 will be assessed each billing cycle until payment is made.
Remaining unpaid balances at the end of the term will prevent registration for subsequent terms and transcripts will not be issued.