18.1 Students are required to pay tuition, fees and charges to the university when due. Failure to do so may result in:
18.1.1 The student’s being administratively withdrawn and removed from the rolls of the university with loss of credit for academic work performed that semester.
18.1.2 Assessment of a reinstatement fee.
18.1.3 <Removed 10/25/2005>
18.1.4 Denial of future registration in the university until all past due balances, including late charges and reinstatement, fees are paid.
18.1.5 Denial of an official Texas A&M transcript until all past due balances, including late charges and reinstatement fees, are paid.
18.1.6 Removal from on-campus housing.
18.1.7 Disclosure of the delinquent debt to any credit bureau, collection agency or attorney. 18.1.8 Assessment of amounts actually incurred by the university as court costs, attorneys’ fees, and reasonable cost for collection.
18.2 If a check accepted by the university is returned by the bank on which it is drawn, the person presenting it will be required to pay a returned check service charge. If the check is for tuition or fees, the student’s registration for that semester or term may be canceled.
18.3 A student whose registration is canceled for failure to redeem an unpaid check or checks within a specified grace period will be assessed a $50 reinstatement fee prior to being reinstated.
18.4 Students whose fees are billed to a third party sponsor, including, but not limited to a government agency, will be held responsible for those fees should the sponsor fail to pay.