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Financial Clearance/Administrative Drop Policy

Financial Clearance

All students must receive financial clearance from the Student Accounts Office prior to our financial clearance deadline for each semester. To obtain financial clearance, one of the following must be true:

  • The student’s semester balance is paid in full.
  • The student is enrolled in the payment plan, and payments are up to date.
  • The student has applied for a loan to cover the balance and all requirements for the loan have been completed.

The University provides several communications in an effort to clear the student account, students and their families are encouraged to resolve financial matters with the Student Accounts Office prior to move in. If a student has not established financial clearance by the student account review date, which varies by semester, we must regretfully suspend the student’s ID card access and student account until the student’s financial clearance is finalized. 

During student online registration and prior to registering for the next semester all students must have a balance below $400.00 to avoid an unpaid hold which prevents registration for the next semester.


The University expects the student to be financially responsible for their student account balance. All accounts at the University are in the student’s name regardless of the source of payment. Invoices are mailed directly to the student’s billing address on file and they are also available electronically, All charges are payable in full by the financial clearance deadline for the semester/term.

Financial clearance is a term used to verify that a student will be attending courses for which he/she has registered in a given semester/term and that all financial obligations associated with the registration have been settled. Students who are not financially cleared will be subject to the following administrative sanctions:

The University will contact all students who are not financially cleared by the semester/term due date.  If the student has not made financial arrangements to pay their student account balance there will be a hold placed on the student account. Financial arrangements would consist of paying the account in full, signing up for a payment plan, alternative loan(s) or combination of payment methods to fulfill the balance. The student’s course enrollment status may be changed to drop for nonpayment within the following timeline:

  • If financial arrangements have not been made by the published University financial clearance deadline the student will be blocked from courses and their housing placement. If the student balance isn’t settled by the end of the add/drop period the students courses and housing placement will be dropped, if applicable.

Husson University offers many options to pay tuition on time:

  • We accept cash, check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
  • Interest-free monthly payment plans through Tuition Management Systems:
  • Employer Reimbursement Deferment Plan/Third Party Authorizations
  • Financial Aid Awards (must complete a FAFSA in order to receive federal aid)

When student’s courses are dropped for non-payment, all tuition and fees for that semester/term will be removed from the student’s account.  Students who are administratively dropped from the University and from their courses could be subject to completing a reentry application for the semester/term if they wish to return to the University. If within 72 hours after being administratively dropped you come up with financing we can reenroll you, however you may not get the course selection you had previously. 

For more information

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Bangor, Maine 04401