Payment deadlines and penalties of non payment
The following information is a brief summary only, and for Students starting in September. Full details and payment due dates are available in the University Student Finance Regulations 2012/2013 which is available by clicking here.
Payment due dates 2012/2013
|Term||Tuition Fees||Accommodation Fees|
|Autumn (Term 1)||50% - 24th September 2012||The amount stated in your accommodation contract - 24th September 2012|
|Spring (Term 2)||50% - 7th January 2013||The amount stated in your
accommodation contract - 7th January 2013
|Summer (Term 3)||N/A||The amount stated in your
accommodation contract - 29th April 2013
|Vacation (Term 4)||N/A||The amount stated in your
accommodation contract - 24th June 2013 (51 week let ONLY)
Penalties for non payment
Students are required to meet all due dates of payment whether these are annual payments or instalments. Students whose accounts are not fully paid by the due dates will be subject to debt management procedures below:-
Late fee charges of 3% will be added to a student’s account. This charge will be applied on any outstanding balance immediately after each payment deadline. By concession, the payment deadline is 12 days after all due dates detailed above.
Late fee charges plus the outstanding balance are due for payment immediately after notification.
Sanctions (removal of IT and Library facilities) may be applied to any account with an overdue balance.
The third stage following non-payment of fees and charges is temporary suspension from the course/programme. Any student that is temporarily suspended will not be permitted to attend lectures/classes or be in receipt of supervision or tutoring from academic staff. The appropriate College manager will be informed of this action.
- Persistent refusal to pay fees, charges, and penalties by the due dates, or any deferred date agreed by the Student Fees Team,will be regarded as a major disciplinary offence and disciplinary action may result
- No student in debt will be permitted to attend Graduation/Degree ceremonies
- No student in debt will be permitted to register for a subsequent academic session
- All debts to the University of Exeter are pursued