Cancellation of Student Schedules for Non-Payment of Tuition

Note: This cancellation policy takes effect Fall term 2006.

Students are expected to pay all tuition and fees by the published deadline for each semester they enroll. In accordance with Rule 6C-7.002(6), F.A.C., students who do not pay tuition and fees or make arrangements to pay tuition and fees by the end of the established fee payment deadline will have their schedules canceled and academic progress discontinued for the semester. Students who are canceled for non-payment of tuition and fees will not be permitted to attend classes or receive grades after the cancellation takes place. If you are anticipating having difficulty paying your tuition, you must make formal payment arrangements with the Office of Student Financial Services, A1500 University Center, to avoid cancellation.

It is important that all students ensure they have an active FSU e-mail account. The FSU e-mail account is the official method by which the University will communicate with students concerning any outstanding financial obligations, including outstanding tuition and fees. Students will receive an official e-mail communication from the Office of Student Financial Services at the end of the third week of the semester alerting them to the possibility of the cancellation of their current term's schedule. Students will then have the opportunity to pay tuition and fees or make arrangements to pay tuition and fees to avoid being canceled.

Students who fail to pay tuition and fees or make formal arrangements for tuition and fee payment will receive an e-mail notification from the Office of the University Registrar. This notification will inform the student that his or her schedule has been canceled and explain appeal process for the reinstatement of their schedule.

Students may check their account status at anytime at to determine any amounts owed to the university and verify that payments have been made.

Download the Appeal to Reinstate Schedule Cancelled for Nonpayment of Tuition form as a PDF.