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Payment of Invoice

As you prepare for the 2013-2014 academic year, we would like to provide you with information about relevant financial policies and procedures related to your upcoming payment obligations.

 FALL 2013 SEMESTER

The payment deadline for fall semester 2013 charges is August 14, 2013. To assist you in planning, we will send you an invoice for the fall semester in mid-July 2013 and again in August reflecting fall semester 2013 charges due, including anticipated financial aid awards. If you anticipate a problem meeting the payment deadline, please contact the Office of Student Accounts prior to August 14, 2013. Unless your account is paid on time, a 1.5% late fee (minimum $5) will be charged to your account. If you are not enrolling for the fall semester, please notify the Dean of your school by the deadline. It is Vanderbilt University's objective to reduce financial risk to you and the University; therefore, unless your account is cleared by August 14, 2013, your Vanderbilt Card Account funds and OASIS access may not be available and you will not be allowed to register or attend classes.

 SPRING 2014 SEMESTER

The payment deadline for spring semester 2014 charges is January 2, 2014. To assist you in planning, we will send you an invoice for the spring semester in mid-November 2013 and again in December reflecting spring semester 2014 charges due, including anticipated financial aid rewards. If you anticipate a problem meeting the payment deadline, please contact the Office of Student Accounts prior to January 2, 2014. Unless your account is paid on time, a 1.5% late fee (minimum $5) will be charged to your account. If you are not enrolling for the spring semester, please notify the dean of your school by the deadline. It is Vanderbilt University's objective to reduce financial risk both to you and the University; therefore, unless your account is cleared by January 2, 2014, your Vanderbilt Card Account funds and OASIS access will not be available and you will not be allowed to register or attend classes.

Students and guarantors will be responsible for payment of all costs, including reasonable attorney fees and collection agency fees, incurred by the University in collection monies owed to the University. The University will assess a $25.00 fee for any check returned by the bank and reserves the right to invoke the laws of the State of Tennessee governing bad checks.


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