Expenses and Payment Policies

A summary of estimated expenses for students may be found on the University’s website (www.una.edu/bursar). Residency determination and the application of out-of-state fees and tuition will be made in accordance with the laws of the State of Alabama Residents of Alcorn, Itawamba, Lee, Prentiss, and Tishomingo counties in Mississippi, and residents of Decatur, Giles, Hardin, Henderson, Lawrence, Lewis, Lincoln, Maury, McNairy, Perry, and Wayne counties in Tennessee will be allowed to attend the University at the same tuition rate assessed in-state residents. Active duty service members, their spouses, their dependents, and veterans that meet the requirements of Act 2013-423, as passed by the Alabama Legislature on May 20, 2013, may be eligible to receive a waiver of the non-resident tuition. For more information, contact the Business Office. To appeal a non-resident status, please contact the Registrar’s Office.

Tuition and fees are subject to adjustment without notice. Any check dishonored or returned by the payee’s bank is not considered payment.

Students are expected to meet all financial obligations when they fall due. It is each student’s responsibility to be informed of all payment due dates, deadlines, and other requirements by referring to official sources of university information such as the official Schedule of Classes, catalog, UNA email account, or information that is disseminated by other means from time to time. Delinquent accounts are subject to a late charge and disenrollment from the University. If a student wishes to be reinstated after disenrollment, a $75 reinstatement fee will apply in addition to the outstanding balance. Students owing charges for prior terms will not be allowed to register, receive a transcript, or receive any other services from the University until all prior charges are paid.

Collection costs or charges along with all attorney fees necessary for collection of any debt to the University will be charged to and paid by the debtor.

Any Federal Title IV financial aid recipients who withdraw on or after the official class begin date will be liable for any funds the University of North Alabama repays to the applicable federal program as a result of the withdrawal. These amounts will be charged back to the student’s financial account. University collection procedures will apply to recover these funds.