NCU Catalog - May 2016 
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NCU Catalog - May 2016 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Default of Financial Obligation

If the student’s financial obligations are in default (defined as not paying a financial obligation within 30 days of the due date), Northcentral University may declare the entire balance due without further notice and require full payment immediately. Failure to pay the unpaid balance within 10 days may result in any or all of the following:

  • Denial of registration, transcripts, diplomas, grades, and graduation
  • Assignment of the account for collection
  • Reporting the delinquent account status to a credit bureau
  • Financial dismissal from the University

In the event an account is delinquent, Northcentral University as well as outside agencies working on its behalf have the right to communicate with the student via email and/or cell phone regarding an outstanding balance. When an account is turned over for collection, the student is obligated to pay Northcentral University’s collection expenses. If a lawsuit or other action is filed, litigation falls under Arizona state jurisdiction and the student agrees to pay Northcentral University’s attorney’s fees as fixed by the trial court. If any party appeals any part of the trial court’s decision, the student promises to pay Northcentral University’s attorney’s fees for the appeal as fixed by the appellate court.