If you owe fees at the end of an academic year, it may affect the following:
- Access to examination results
- Access to registration for the next academic year
- Admission to a new programme
- Continuing studentscan carry a maximum debt of €600 from one academic year to the next and still be able to access final results and register for the new academic year
- If you owe more than €600 at the start of an academic year please be aware that:
- You will not have access to your final results from the previous year
- You will not have access to transcripts and other official documents (with exception of Certificate of Attendance)
- You will not be able to register for the new academic year
- Final year studentswill not be allowed to graduate until all fees and charges, including fines, have been paid
- Access to transcripts etc. will be blocked (with the exception of the Certificate of Attendance)
- Continuing students will not be progressed to the following year of their programme
- Final year students will not be permitted to graduate until full fees and, where applicable, fines have been paid
All student fees are required to be paid by the published dates. Notification of outstanding debt takes place as part of the invoicing cycle.
If you continue to owe fees a hold is placed on your student record.