Filed under General University Policies

ABTU invoices students at the start of each 16 week semester or 300 clock hour payment period. Students will either have a funding source that pays for the semester or payment period in full or the student will have agreed to an institutional loan for their program using Tuition Options.

ABTU Student Accounts will review all current institutional loans monthly and if any account is more than thirty (30) days past due ABTU Student Accounts will submit that account to a two-step process.

Step 1 (30 business days past due)

ABTU Student Accounts calls and texts the student and also sends an email to attempt to collect the past due balance.

Step 2 (60 business days past due)

ABTU Student Accounts will call and text the student and also send an email to attempt to collect the past due balance notifying the student if their past due balance is not paid in 10 days of the receipt of the email they will be withdrawn from class for non-payment and their account will be sent to collections. If the student does not resolve their past due balance within 10 days after the date of the email ABTU Student Accounts will send an email to the student explaining the change in the student’s status and refer the account to collections.

If the student contacts the University at any time during the collection process they will be referred to Student Accounts and arrangements will be made with the student on a case-by-case basis.

The student must rectify the issue using a credit card, cashier’s check, or money order. A student with a past-due balance cannot begin a new course.


Updated on 8/10/2021 by Ramsey Atieh
Updated on 8/29/2019 by Ramsey Atieh

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