Updates Regarding the Student Accounting Records and Payment System
The progress of this work will be communicated on MyESC, Student Accounts.
Registration Cancellation for Nonpayment
- You must pay for your enrollment charges by the term's payment due date to avoid cancellation of your registration for nonpayment.
- After the term's payment due date, charges must be paid in full upon registration or your enrollment will be cancelled.
- Acceptable payment arrangements for your charges are authorized financial aid or third-party sponsorship, which will show on your student account statement as pending aid once approved, and the Time Payment Plan.
- The Time Payment Plan requires both your acceptance of the terms of the plan and a down payment of one-third of your charges.
- Please note that if you have an outstanding balance due from a previous term, your registration may be cancelled.
- Review your student account statement immediately after registering to make sure your payment and/or payment arrangements are in place. If your financial aid or sponsorship is not showing as pending on your account statement, you are not eligible for that award based on your current enrollment.
- Please be advised that missing outcomes, incompletes, or failure to complete coursework successfully for a prior term may result in a change to your financial aid eligibility. We encourage students to continue to monitor their accounts online.
- Cancelling your registration is in no way a penalty, but it allows us to open up study spaces for students waiting to register.
- Students may re-enroll during the late registration period. A late registration fee of $30 will be added to your charges. Your charges must be paid at the time of registration.
- If the cancellation of your registration resulted in a credit on your account, a refund will be processed to your original form of payment. Refunds are automatically processed two weeks after the term start date.