St. Norbert College uses a centralized billing system. The charges and credits a student accrues throughout the school year are placed on one bill, with statements sent to the student on a monthly basis.
In addition to tuition, fees, room and board, examples of other charges appearing on the billing statements include bookstore, utilities, copy charges, parking permits and parking fines.
Academic year costs and financial aid credits are applied by the semester, with the fall semester payment due August 1 and the spring semester payment due January 1. For additional information on St. Norbert College's payment policy and plan options, click here.
All past due amounts are subject to a one percent per month (12% annually) late payment penalty. Students who fail to apply for or neglect to submit documents which are prerequisite for financial aid awards by July 1 are subject to and will be assessed the one percent per month late payment penalty. Students will not be issued official grade transcripts or be permitted to register for succeeding semesters until such time as all charges have been paid-in-full, regardless of pay-plan participation.
Diplomas will not be issued unless all fees have been satisfied and exit requirements (Stafford and Perkins Loan recipients) have been met. Additionally, in the event that a monthly statement is not received, the student must still meet the obligation, regardless of payment plan participation.