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Past-Due Debt

The University handles past-due debt differently for students that are currently enrolled, and students that are not currently enrolled. Please read below for more information regarding either circumstance.

Currently Enrolled at The University of Arizona

University services will be withheld, including (but not limited to): registration, grades, transcripts, and diplomas. You will also be assessed a monthly Past Due Balance Charge until the debt is paid in full. Services will be automatically restored once the account is paid in full.

To discuss your past-due debt, please contact the Bursar's Office, University Services Building, Room 106, (520) 621-3232, during regular office hours.

NOT Currently Enrolled at The University of Arizona

University services will be withheld, including, but not limited to, registration, grades, transcripts, and diplomas. You will also be assessed a monthly Past Due Balance Charge until the debt is paid in full. Services will be automatically restored once the account is paid in full.

All debt not paid in a timely manner may be referred to a Collection Agency. If you believe your past-due balance is inaccurate, please contact the Bursar's Office Accounts Receivable department to avoid Collection Agency action. If it is deemed necessary to refer the account to an Agency, the debtor (account holder) will be responsible for all collection costs and legal fees. All collection and legal costs will be added to the balance of your unpaid obligation.

To collect a past-due balance, The University of Arizona may also request your state tax refund from the State of Arizona Department of Revenue (DOR). If the University is receiving any payment from a tax refund, written notifications will be sent to the account holder.

To discuss your past-due debt, please contact the Bursar's Office Accounts Receivable department, University Services Building, Room 106, (520) 621-1660, or (520) 621-3510, during regular office hours.