Tuition Payment Plan
—by Jaime Smith, Office of the Bursar
Do you have a student enrolling in fall ‘09 classes? Do you want to budget tuition expenses?
Have your student sign up for the tuition payment plan! The payment plan offers the opportunity to budget tuition expenses with an interest-free, predictable monthly payment option. If your student has enrolled in fall '09 classes, encourage him or her to sign up for the tuition payment plan early, before August 1st, to ensure the lower service fee rate of $70.
If payment is not received by the payment due date or the request form to be enrolled in the tuition payment plan is not submitted by the payment due date, the university will place your student in the payment plan automatically and the service fee will be $100. Students who are automatically placed on the payment plan are not eligible for the $30 savings.
Students who enroll in fall ‘09 classes after August 1st must pay for classes the same day they enroll or submit the tuition payment plan enrollment form the same day they enroll in classes to avoid the $100 automatic payment plan service fee. For further details about your student’s due dates, he or she should review the Student Center in LOUIE, and look under Finances > My Account > Account Inquiry > Charges Due.
Visit the Office of the Bursar for information and to sign up.
Did your son or daughter graduate last week? Keep Northern Arizona University memories alive by purchasing your very own 2009 Commencement DVD. Cost per DVD is $19.95, plus $3.00 for shipping. Or you may buy two for $29.95, plus shipping. If you are in the area and want to save on shipping, you can pick up your DVD on campus. You can even purchase Commencement DVD’s from years past!
For additional information please contact Janice Johnson 928-523-9484.
Summer Volunteer and Internship Opportunities
There are still many volunteer and internship opportunities available this summer or to consider in the near future. I have compiled a short list of some local and Arizona-based organizations seeking student help.
If you know of any internship opportunities or work for an organization seeking student intern, please contact Parent Services.
The university English department is hosting a nonfiction workshop with David Shields May 28-30 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Dean’s Conference Room in the Riles Building with a reading on Friday, the 29th in the Weiss Wing of the Art Gallery. There are only 20 slots available and they’re going fast!
If you’d like to join us, please remit a check for $95 payable to The NAU Foundation, to Nicole Walker, Box 6032, English Dept., Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ 86011.
Important Dates For Students
College of Arts and Letters
All events are free unless noted.
Events Around Town
Zuni artists, musicians, educators, and scholars will bring to Flagstaff an opportunity for cultural exchange at the Museum of Northern Arizona’s 19th Annual Zuni Festival of Arts and Culture on Saturday, May 23 and Sunday, May 24.
Willow Bend: Calling All Artists
Willow Bend Environmental Education Center is holding a fundraiser on Friday, June 5 at Old Town Shops in conjunction with the First Friday Art Walk.
Willow Bend will provide an unfinished birdhouse for you to work your magic on, or you can create your own birdhouse or other bird-themed art. We ask that all artists please pay a $20 refundable deposit that will be returned when the birdhouse is complete.