STUDENT ACCOUNTS AND STUDENT LOANS
Bad Debt Write-Off Policy
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Write-Off of Bad Debts
A. Student Accounts
During the course of the semester or year, students may incur additional fees, fines or assessments that must be paid in full at the time they are billed.
When an account becomes delinquent, the following steps are taken:
B. Student Loans
The University administers the following loan programs:
Each of these programs has its own specific due diligence procedures; however, delinquent accounts are basically handled as noted in the section on Student Accounts.
C. Write-Off of Bad Debts
Bad debts, as determined by the Director of Endowments/Student Services, are handled as follows:
Under $50 are written off by the Student Accounts Specialist and turned over for collection.
Over $50 must be approved by the Director of Endowments/Student Services.
Written off according to federal regulations.
Written off with approval by the Walton Loan Committee.
Written off with the Director of Endowments/Student Servicesís approval.
Other University receivables are written off as determined by the Director of Endowments/Student Services with the approval of the Vice President for Finance & Administration.
An annual report is made to the Vice President for Finance & Administration showing details of all write-offs made during the year, regardless of the amount. A cumulative listing of written-off accounts is maintained by the Student Accounts Specialist and the Financial Loan Officer.
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For further information, please call (210) 999-7306, or write to:
Office of Finance & Administration
One Trinity Place
San Antonio, TX 78212-7200
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This page was last modified on June 25, 2012.