Student Handbook 2021-2022

Walsh

Student Financial Responsibility

When registered for any class or receiving any service from Walsh, a student accepts full responsibility to pay all tuition, fees and other associated costs assessed as a result of the registration and/or receipt of services. Prior to registration, students are required to accept the terms as defined in the financial responsibility agreement.

Students using financial aid or any other form of tuition assistance are responsible to ensure that all required paperwork is submitted by the appropriate due dates Submitting paperwork does not release the student's liability of tuition and fees. Students will be responsible for any balance not covered by financial aid or any other form of tuition assistance. This includes adjustments made in compliance with federal regulations or scholarship requirements or if a third party fails to make payments to Walsh. Federal regulations prohibit the use of Title IV funds to pay late fees. Students are responsible to pay late fees directly to Walsh before the next payment due date.

Dropping courses is the responsibility of the student. Instructors and advisors do not register, drop or withdraw students from courses. Students are not automatically dropped for non-payment or non-attendance of current courses. All future courses will be dropped if full tuition payment is not made by the semester end date.

Note: Walsh does not mail printed statements nor send notifications prior to the payment dates. Students must view their account statements online via the Walsh Student Portal to check their account balance. Students with a past due balance will not be permitted to register for classes or receive a diploma, certificate, and/or academic transcript.