Most student charges are billed through your MyNSC student center. Items on your student account may include registration fees, tuition, housing costs, special course fees, and other miscellaneous items. The charges may be due this month or sometime in the future. For example, tuition and fee charges are assessed immediately upon registration and are due usually three weeks prior to the start of each semester (check the academic calendar for due dates).
Billing statements are produced electronically and sent to your NSC email account each semester as long as the account has an outstanding balance or if the account had activity during the billing cycle.
Here’s what you can expect with your student account:
Access your MyNSC student account e-Bill statement
Submit electronic payment from a credit card
See up-to-date student account balances
Confirm receipt of student account payments
Review list of refunds and financial aid disbursed issued through your student account
Review the status of your financial aid
Obtain information on financial, academic, or administrative blocks on your registration
Confirm processing of waivers or residency status
PAST DUE ACCOUNTS
What is a past-due student account?
A student account is considered past due after any missed payment due dates.
What happens when my student account is past due?
In accordance with Board of Regents policy, Title 4, Chapter 17, Section 2:
A student or former student having a delinquent account receivable of $100.00 or more or an overdue loan of any amount with any member institution of the Nevada System of Higher Education shall not be permitted to register at any institution. For this section, delinquent accounts receivable include tuition and registration fees, student fees, special courses fees and residence life charges billed to a student’s account in the student information system. An NSHE institution may include other fee categories as they deem appropriate in the determination of a delinquent account.
A student or former student having a delinquent account receivable or an overdue loan of any amount with any member institution of the Nevada System of Higher Education shall not be permitted to receive a transcript of academic record, a diploma, a certificate or report of semester grades. The student or former student may; however, inspect the records under the provisions of the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
In addition, institutions may refer delinquent accounts receivable of $100.00 or more and overdue loans of any amount to a collection agency following written notification to the student or former student.
Institutions must publish on their institutional website the NSHE delinquent accounts policy, including a list of the fee categories that are applicable to the designation of a delinquent student account. This student notification must indicate that a student with a delinquent account shall not be permitted to register at any NSHE institution.
For NSC, the list of fee categories includes all tuition and registration fees, special course fees, and student fees.
Past due(delinquent) accounts are also subject to penalty charges and will be turned over to a third party collections agency.