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 Payment Policies

 

Terms of Payment

Per the University of Mount Olive Catalog: All tuition and fees for the entire semester are due prior to the start of class. Any account not paid as specified may be charged at the interest rate of 12% per annum on any unpaid balance. Situations that deserve special consideration should be discussed with the Business Office or the location Financial Counselor, prior to the first day of class.

Students with a remaining balance after considering financial aid and loans must pay that balance prior to the start of class or set up a payment plan with the Business Office that will have the account paid by the end of the semester. Payment plans will automatically draft the applicable student (parent or guardian) bank account each month.  To register for this payment plan please click on "Tuition Payment Plan" under Quick Links on the left had side of the page.​​​

 Student Statements

The University of Mount Olive only uses electronic statements that are posted to the student's Self-Service Account monthly to inform them of any balance owed to the college. It is the student's responsibility to check their Self-Service and stay aware of any Stops or Balances they have on their account.

 

 

 2017-2018 Tuition and Fees (by semester):

Traditional Commuter: $9,850

Traditional Resident: (includes meal plan and housing): $13,925

- Residential apartment students are required to have the 10 meal plan which includes 10 meals per week and $100 worth of Green Bucks for the length of the semester. However they may opt for a 20 meal plan which includes 20 meals per week and $200 worth of Green Bucks for an additional $625.

- Residential dorm students staying in Grantham, King, Hart, Griffin, or The Inn Resident Halls are required to have a 20 meal plan which includes 20 meals per week and $200 worth of Green Bucks for the length of the semester. The cost of this plan is already covered in the residential cost.

** Students also have the option to have a Block Meal Plan which calculates the meals for the entire semester not per week.  130 Block Plan = 10 Meal Plan, 200 Block Plan = 20 Meal Plan. There is no difference in price between the block plan and the meal plan it equals.**

Students taking less than 12 hours in a given semester are classified "part time". Part time students will be billed at the rate of $430 per credit hour.

Any Traditional Student that receives Military Tuition Assistance will be charged at the rate of $215 per credit hour.

Tuition/Room/Board for the entire semester are due by August 4, 2017 (Fall 2017 Semester) and January 5, 2018 (Spring 2018 Semester).

Overload Status

Students taking more than 19 semester credit hours per semester will be assessed an overload charge. That charge is $430 per credit hour for each credit hour in excess of 19 per semester.

University of Mount Olive Evening College, Jacksonville, New Bern, Online Programs, Research Triangle Park, Washington, and Wilmington

Non-traditional students (Evening College, Jacksonville, New Bern, Online Programs, Research Triangle Park, Washington, and Wilmington) tuition will be billed at the rate of $430 per credit hour for Academic Year 17-18. This rate is for all courses including online courses. (books not included)

The Research Triangle Park Watts Program tuition will be billed at the rate of $430 per credit hour for Academic Year 17-18.

Any Non-Traditional Student that is active duty military will be charged at the rate of $215 per credit hour.

University of Mount Olive at Goldsboro (Seymour Johnson Air Force Base)

Tuition is billed at the rate of $215 per credit hour for SJAFB campus students who are active military, $265 ​per credit hour for all civilian students enrolled before Fall 2015, and $430 per credit hour for all civilians who are enrolled at this location Fall 2015 or after.

Any Traditional/Non-Traditional Student at other locations that receives Military Tuition Assistance will be charged at the rate of $215 per credit hour.

Online Graduate Degree

Tuition for the Online Graduate Degrees are billed at the rate of $570 per credit hour for the 2017-2018 academic year.

Tuition Reimbursement from an Employer

Payment for tuition is only deferred in the case where a student's employer pays their tuition directly to UMO. If a student receives tuition reimbursement where the employer reimburses the student after completion of the class, the student must have their tuition covered before the class starts through either payment or financial aid.

Graduation Fee

The $75 graduation fee will cover cap and gown/announcements (Bookstore), processing fee/diploma/tickets (Registrar's Office), and cost associated with the graduation ceremony. Additional diplomas cost $25 each.

Confirmation Deposit (nonrefundable)

$100-Resident; $50-Commuter; $50-Evening College; $50-Masters (MBA).

Experiential Learning Credit Assessment Fee

The ELC is $100 per semester hour approved (nonrefundable).

Book Vouchers will be available through the Business Office for students who have an anticipated credit balance on their account and have agreed to the terms on "MyFinancialAid". These charges will be applied to the student's account so that they can use their financial aid to cover the cost.

Parking Fee

Free. The Vehicle Registration Sticker allows a student to park a vehicle on University property during regular academic sessions only. The University is not responsible for the theft of or damage to the vehicle or any personal property left in the vehicle. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that adequate liability coverage is in force on the vehicle and its contents at all times. Parking citations are issued by the Campus Safety Officers for vehicles who are parked illegally. Payment of these citations can be made in the Business Office.

Pope Wellness Center

Use of the Pope Wellness Center is free to all Traditional Full-time students. Free usage does not apply to part-time traditional or non-traditional students.

Returned Check

Returned Checks will automatically be re-deposited by BB&T along with a $25 fee withdrawn at the same time from the student's bank account. If the check is returned a second time, the UMO Business Office will reverse the payment from the student's account manually along with charging a $25 Returned Check Fee.


 

 Tuition Refund

All Non-Traditional, Seymour Johnson, and Online Program students who clean drop their course on/before the Friday of their first week of class will receive a tuition credit in the full amount of the tuition that was charged. If the student withdraws from the course, the tuition cost will remain at the full cost of the class.

Traditional Full-Time students who seperate from the university will have their courses pro-rated up until the 4th week of class. After the 4th week of class, all tuition charges stay on their account.

Any outside scholarships/employer assistance/Tuition Assistance that has paid for the class will be refunded back to the agency in the full amount that was paid originally. Refunds for traditional students as a result of withdrawing from school will be calculated based on the date of withdrawal in the semester.  Meal charges will be prorated based on the withdrawal date.  Room charges are nonrefundable after the semester drop-add date unless the student completely separates from the university.

 1098-T Tax Form

The 1098-T is an informational form letting you know about the reporting that has been sent by Mount Olive College to the IRS each January for the prior calendar year. Mount Olive College reports total amounts billed for qualified tuition and related expenses less any related reductions in charges, total of all scholarships or grants administered and processed, but not cash payments for each calendar year which meet IRS reporting requirements.

The www.1098-T.com site provides useful information on the taxpayer relief Act of 1997, which provides education tax incentives for eligible taxpayers. These benefits, called the Hope Scholarship Credit and Lifetime Learning Credit, allow taxpayers to reduce their federal income tax based upon qualified tuition and fees paid, assuming the taxpayer meets all Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 requirements.

Also, you may view and print your 1098-T Form for a specific calendar year by following these steps:

  1. Click on Access My Record (left hand corner
  2. Enter your social security number and last name only, click log in
  3. Enter your First Name, Click Next
  4. Enter a password, re-enter the password, mother’s maiden name, and students date of birth (example: 05/15/1971)
  5. Click Finish

You should see a link in the upper left hand corner: View My 1098T


 

  
  
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 Office Contact Information

Phone

1-800-653-0854

Fax

919-658-7180

Mailing Address

University of Mount Olive

Attn: Business Office

634 Henderson ST

Mount Olive, NC 28365

Fall & Spring Sem.

Hours of Operation

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Mon-Thurs)

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Friday)

Summer Sem.

Hours of Operation

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Mon-Fri)

 Student Accounts Contact Information

Jaime Myers (Director of Student Accounts)

(919) 658-7762 

 
Brad Evans (Student Accounts Manager) (919) 658-7751

MO Traditional

Liesa McNeill (Student Accounts Coordinator) (919) 658-7884  Online & SJ
Brenda Pridgen (Student Accounts Coordinator) (919) 658-7883  Online & SJ
Christina Williams (Senior Advisor) (919) 658-7780 MO Evening College
​Braxton Bell (Senior Advisor)​(919) 658-7837​MO Evening College
​Tori Herring (Senior Advisor)​(919) 658-7774​MO Evening College
Ron Daye (Senior Advisor) (919) 941-2970  RTP
Meagan Hoss (Senior Advisor)(919) 381-6913RTP
Isaac Smith (Senior Advisor)

(919) 381-6923

RTP
Jo Ferguson (Senior Advisor) (252) 633-4464  New Bern
​Carly Mduma (Senior Advisor)​(252) 639-7346​New Bern
Willisha Thompson (Senior Advisor) (910) 378-8213 Jacksonville
Carly Matthiesen (Senior Advisor)​(252) 639-7341​Jacksonville
Megan Sommers (Financial Counselor) (252) 940-4787 Washington
Robin Durham (Financial Counselor) (910) 256-0255 

Wilmington

 

 Finance Office Contact Information

John Kunst (VP for Finance and Administration)  (919) 658-7742  Finance
Margaret Wells (Administrative Assistant to the VP)  (919) 658-7743  Finance
Jay Rebman (Interm Controller)  (919) 658-7825  Accounting
Laurie Evans (Senior Accountant)  (919) 658-7814  Accounting
Kristen Herring (Accounts Payable Accountant)  (919) 658-7765  Payables
Lesia Carter (Payroll Coordinator)  (919) 658-7885  Payroll