Students who have a financial obligation that is more than sixty days past due or all graduating students who have financial obligation (even if it is not sixty days past due) will have a financial hold placed on their records. University services and records are withheld when a financial hold appears on an account. Students may be unable to register, receive a transcript or their diploma if they have a financial hold. Once a hold is placed on a student's record, all delinquent as well as current outstanding obligations must be paid in full before the hold is removed. Questions concerning financial holds should be directed to Michael Dale, Manager of University Collections, (513) 529.8706.
A financial hold will be placed on University records if you have an unpaid balance on your student account. Students will not be permitted to register for classes, receive a transcript or diploma, or receive grades with a financial hold on their account.