A tuition deferment prevents cancellation of registration for non-payment of fees, and temporarily prevents assessment of the late payment fee. Receipt of a tuition deferment is not a guarantee that you will receive aid and does not prevent a cash collections hold from being placed on your student account. Cash collection holds prevent you from registering for future terms and from obtaining official transcripts until your account is paid in full.
If you still owe tuition after the expiration date has passed, you will be assessed a late payment fee by the University Controller's Office (UCO).
To qualify for an automatic deferment, you must be eligible to receive financial aid (including student loans) and/or scholarships. Deferments are automatically posted on OASIS if you:
A housing deferment allows you an extension to pay your housing bill based on your accepted financial aid. You must meet specific requirements to qualify each semester. If you do not qualify, your housing payment will be due by the date listed on your housing contract.
In order to qualify for a housing deferment you must have housing charges posted to your student account.
Check For Deferments Before Each Semester Begins