At the time a student formally registers for classes at
Rensselaer the student agrees to accept:
Financial responsibility for any charges and/or fees posted
to their account as well as loans and financial aid
Responsibility for understanding the Institute's official
policies concerning schedule changes, withdrawals and leaves
from the Institute and how these changes can affect their
financial obligation with regard to aid eligibility.
Any balance not paid or covered by financial aid by the due
date noted on the bill will be subject to a late payment fee of
In addition to the $250 fee, students with unpaid balances
will have a "hold" placed on their records. This means they
will be unable to receive grades or transcripts, register for
classes, or receive diplomas.
If any amount is still outstanding at the end of the term,
Rensselaer will require you to take a leave of absence.
Re-admittance will be contingent upon payment of money owed
plus full payment in advance for the next term.
Should you fail to pay amounts due, the Institute may
increase the amounts due by any attorney and collection agency
fees, or any other costs or charges incurred in the collection
of any amount not paid when due.
Failure to meet these financial requirements by the specifed
deadline set forth by the Bursar's Office will result in the
cancellation of any and all registrations as applicable. The
re-admittance deadline is one week prior to the first day of
classes for each semester.
IF YOU DO NOT PLAN TO ATTEND RENSSELAER THIS TERM, YOU MUST
formally notify the Dean of Students Office by the first week
of classes or the charges will remain your personal obligation.
FAILURE TO ATTEND CLASSES DOES NOT RELIEVE YOU OF FINANCIAL