Payment must be received, not postmarked, by the due date in order for it to be considered on time. If your bill is not paid by the semester due date, you will be disenrolled from your courses. If you do not receive a bill by the tuition due date, you should check with the Coordinator of Student Accounts to find out what you owe, and you are still held responsible for paying on time. You may re-add courses until the end of the add/drop period if you first pay your balance in full plus applicable late fees. See the Registration page at www.naropa.edu/registrar for more information on dates for the add/drop period.
If you have not added classes for the following semester before web registration closes, you will be required to pay tuition before you register. Note that you will not have been billed because bills are generated based on your registration. You will need to contact the Coordinator of Student Accounts to pay an estimated bill, after which you will be allowed to register.
If you add classes during the add/drop period, you have approximately a month to pay for them. Bills will go out at the end of add/drop. Specific due dates and late fees for the current semester can be found on the Payment and Late Fee Schedule, which you can find on the tuition main page. If you do not receive a bill, you should check with the Coordinator of Student Accounts to find out what you owe, and you are still held responsible for paying your balance on time.
Please include your name and student ID number with all payments so that we can easily identify who the payment is for. If you do not know your student ID number, you may include you social security number.
Before the start of the semester, you have access to your estimated bill on the web by logging into web registration and clicking on ‘Estimated Bill’. You can log into web registration by going to my.naropa.edu.
Questions about billing?
Contact the Coordinator of Student Accounts at (303) 546-3554 or email firstname.lastname@example.org