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Late Payments & Fees

A late payment fee of $200 will be assessed to any student account that has a balance due after the published due dates. This includes accounts of students who have to complete a student account promissory note.

The Boston Conservatory will assess a $200 late fee to any student who does not endorse a student loan check within 60 days of receipt of the check in the Bursar’s Office. The late fee will be charged to students who default on their TuitionPay monthly payments and any other expected fund source(s). A $30 fee is assessed to the student’s account for each check that is returned by the bank.

It has been and remains the policy of The Boston Conservatory to withhold all diplomas, degrees, official transcripts, and other official recognition of work done at the Conservatory from students with any outstanding overdue debts to the Conservatory. This policy includes, but is not limited to, amounts owed in satisfaction of tuition, loan agreements, fees and charges, as well as monies owed for occupancy of Conservatory residences and food service. No student may withdraw from the Conservatory in good standing or graduate from the Conservatory unless all current obligations to the Conservatory are paid in full. Any student who does not fulfill the financial commitments to which they agreed may be subject to the Administrative Withdrawal Policy.

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