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Wilfrid Laurier University Business Office
November 23, 2014

Canadian Excellence

Overdue accounts



Overdue accounts include fees unpaid (or, overdue) resulting from: outstandingtuition and incidental fees (including distance education materials and administrative fees), outstanding parking violation fines, outstanding library fines on the tri-university library account, outstanding residence or food service charges, unpaid balance in the Bookstore, disciplinary obligations imposed by the Office of the Dean of Students, or housing damages and fees.

Late fees of 1.25% will be assessed on all outstanding balances immediately after the due date.

HOLDS will be placed on overdue accounts at the end of the first month of term. Individuals withaccounts overduewill not be able to access final grades online, will not be allowed to register for a subsequent term, graduate, receive official university transcripts nor, will an official university transcript be released on their behalf in any manner until the account has been paid in full by cash, debit, certified cheque or money order. (Please note: HOLDS on overdue accounts will not be released until 21 business days after the receipt of a non-certified payment).

Students registered also risk the possibility of deregistration from the current term and have all subsequent term registrations cancelled for balances outstanding on their student account.

Overdue accounts may be referred to a collection agency.