Students are responsible for tuition and fees associated with all courses in which they are registered at the end of the drop/add period. The University reserves the right to cancel classes for any student who has not made an effort to pay tuition and fees by the published deadline. Students who make an effort to pay by the published deadline are considered fee liable and will not be cancelled from their classes.
Florida Polytechnic University determines the following as an effort to pay:
- A personal payment made toward the current term’s tuition via credit card, check, etc.
- Any type of Financial Aid & Scholarship, Grant, Tuition Waivers, Florida Bright Futures, Florida Prepaid, and third party contracts that are posted as Estimated Financial Aid.
Students who wish to be reinstated for registration for classes cancelled for fiscal reasons must complete the Request for Reinstatement of Registration Form and submit it to the Office of the Registrar by the published deadline date.
Requests for reinstatement must meet one of the following conditions:
- The student’s registration was cancelled through University error.
- The student was prevented from making timely payment due to extenuating circumstances beyond the student’s control.
Reinstatement of registration must occur within 5 days after the date of cancellation. Reinstatement will apply to the student’s entire schedule of classes and cannot be requested selectively for certain classes. A $100 late registration fee and $100 late payment fee will be assessed for all reinstated students. If reinstatement is granted, payment of all fees must be received by the Student Business Services prior to reinstatement. Pending financial aid will not be considered an acceptable form of payment for reinstatement.