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Current Semester Information

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Fall 2014 SEMESTER INFORMATION

When enrolling for the fall semester -- all tuition and fees must be paid in full or covered by allowable payment arrangements.  Non-payment will result in the tentative enrollment being voided.

   
Payment due dates:

Enroll  March 31, 2014 - Aug 4, 2014
Enroll after August 4
Payment due: August 4, 2014
Payment due: The day of enrollment


Student refund disbursements begins on September 29.  Sign up for September 29 direct deposit refunds by August 29.  If you elect to opt-out of direct deposit, your refund may be picked up with a Northark I.D. Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.  

{Please note that availability of refunds depend on the date required financial aid documents were received/financial aid awarded, first and second eight [8] week classes, date payments are received from third party entities, and date any account overpayment is received [online payment deductions, student overpayment due to dropped class]}.  Paper check refunds not picked up will be mailed twenty-one [21] days after the issue date to the address on file.

We would like to encourage you to take advantage of the direct deposit opportunity!  The direct deposit form and information are located on your Northark Portal account.  To receive your refund conveniently via direct deposit, complete the online form here, or follow these simple steps:


  1. Log into Northark Portal
  2. Choose Campus Life
  3. Click on Student Refund Direct Deposit
  4. Check your email for your temporary PIN, enter it in on the form
  5. Create your permanent PIN
  6. Fill out your bank information and submit
    *** To enroll in any future class(es), a student account must have a current balance of zero.