The student account statement for each semester will be based on the preregistered courses selected, the particular meal plan chosen, the particular dorm room assigned, and other miscellaneous items, such as having an automobile on campus and student insurance. All billing statements must be viewed online. Students (and others, if permission is granted by the student) may view their student account online at any time utilizing their assigned ID and password. All students are responsible for maintaining their student account online to ensure that the accounts stay up-to-date at all times.

Payment for the fall term is due in full by August 1, 2021 and payment for the spring term is due in full by January 1, 2022. By these dates, payment in full is required (payments may be made online through My E&H or by mail) or enrollment in the Tuition Management Systems payment plan is required to cover the amount due (there are options for 8, 10 or 12 payments, depending on date of enrollment).

Emory & Henry College will drop classes if payment arrangements are not completed satisfactorily by August 1, 2021 and January 1, 2022, respectively. If enrollment in the payment plan is completed and payments are returned for any reason, and the amount due is not paid within 30 days of the due date, classes will be dropped, enrollment in the payment plan will be terminated, and any remaining balance due on the student account will be due in full to Emory & Henry College immediately.

The account statement may change if changes are made to class registration, the meal plan, the dorm, or other miscellaneous items.

Any student whose account is not fully settled by the conclusion of a semester will be ineligible to obtain (or maintain, if preregistered) a class schedule for the subsequent semester. A transcript and/or diploma will not be issued to any student whose account is not settled. Should a period of 90 days pass without any activity on an account with an unpaid balance, then the college may refer the account to a collection agency. The student will be responsible for the fees of any collection agency, which may be based on a percentage at a maximum of 33.333% of the debt, and all costs and expenses, including reasonable attorney’s fees, the college incurs in such collection efforts. A delinquent account may be reported to major credit bureaus for nonpayment. Failure to comply with the payment obligation will result in the application of a FINANCE CHARGE to the unpaid account balance. The FINANCE CHARGE will be applied at the monthly periodic rate of 1% (ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE OF 12%).