The Office of Student Accounts handles all billing and payment of tuition and fees for the graduate programs at High Point University.

Our office works diligently to assist students in their pursuit of post secondary education at High Point University.  We work not only to assist students, but also their parents and members of the University community.  We are anxious to get to know each student well and to understand their unique needs and challenges in funding their college education.

IMPORTANT DATES

Payment of Tuition and Fees

Tuition for Fall 2021 will start to be due in mid-July 2021 and the exact date will depend on your program.

Tuition for Spring 2022 will be due in December 2022 and the exact date will depend on your program.

  • Payments can be made in person to the Office of Student Accounts Cashier’s Office located in Roberts Hall 106.  Cash, check, or debit/credit cards (2.85% transaction fee applies) can be accepted in our office as methods of payment.
  • Payment can also be made online via the Student Account Center.  You will login using your HPU email username and password and select the Student Account Center link.
  • TouchNet Monthly Payment Plan for Graduate Programs
    • $50 enrollment fee per semester. You must re-enroll each semester.
    • Allows you to divide your educational investment over 3 monthly installments
      • Summer 2021 semester enrollment opens April 1st and closes April 30th with the plan starting May 1, 2021 ending July 1, 2021.
      • Fall semester enrollment opens August 1st and closes August 31st with the plan starting September 1, 2021 ending November 1, 2021.
      • Spring semester enrollment opens December 1st and closes December 31st with the plan starting January 1, 2022 ending March 1, 2022.
    • Please call the Office of Student Accounts (336) 841-9259 for more information regarding the payment plans.
  • You can also mail your payment to:

High Point University

Attn:  Office of Student Accounts

One University Parkway

High Point, NC 27268

*Please reference Student ID # on memo line of check*

 

Refunds

In the event that a student qualifies for a refund from overpayment of tuition or financial aid, High Point University offers two methods of refund payment.

  • Refund via Direct Deposit through TouchNet eRefunds.  To enroll in HPU Direct Deposit, log in to your Student Account Center and select the Refunds tab at the top. This is the suggested method of refund for all graduate students, in order that funds can be received faster.
  • Paper check mailed to your home address on record in our system.

 

Withdrawal from HPU / Refund of Paid Tuition

When a student registers, it is for the full term or semester. Therefore, if the student withdraws from the University during the period, for whatever reason, the comprehensive fees (includes: tuition and fees, plus any housing and dining) will be prorated according to a schedule determined by the enrollment restriction status of the student’s graduate program. A program’s enrollment restriction status is usually determined by accreditation requirements and refers to the total number of students that can matriculate into a program in any given academic term. Enrollment restricted programs have a limit to the number of students that can enroll in a given academic term. Enrollment unrestricted programs, on the other hand, can enroll as many students as can be accommodated by available resources. Due to student withdrawals from each type of program having different long term implications for both the program and the university, the calculation of charges for withdrawal from High Point University are likewise different.

The following table indicates the amount students in enrollment restricted and enrollment unrestricted programs will be charged upon official withdrawal. It does not indicate how much a student will be refunded. Refunds are dependent on the total amount of out-of-pocket payments received and the amount of financial aid a student is eligible to keep based on the official withdrawal date.

For the 2021-2022 academic year, the withdraw prorated refund schedule for Enrollment Restricted Programs is as follows:
Official withdraw from the UniversityAmount Refunded
Before Classes Begin100% * less deposit
Within the first 5 days of the Semester50%
After the 5th day of the Semester0%
For the 2021-2022 academic year, the withdraw prorated refund schedule for Enrollment Unrestricted Programs is as follows:
Official withdraw from the UniversityAmount Refunded
Before Classes Begin100% * less deposit
First Week of Classes75%
Second Week of Classes50%
Third Week of Classes25%
Fourth Week of Classes0%

* The non-refundable deposit to hold a student’s slot in the class, originally credited to tuition, will not be included in the refund calculation.

Any refund is contingent on a student officially withdrawing from the university. To officially withdraw from the university, a student must complete a withdrawal form. This form can be obtained from the Office of Graduate Operations on the first floor of Norcross Graduate School.

Students wishing to withdraw should also consult with the Office of Student Financial Planning to determine if stipulations associated with financial aid or loans will lead to changes in the financial statement.