If you are a currently enrolled student who wishes to participate in the extended payment plan for the upcoming term, please visit our EPPO page.
The Accounts Receivable Office handles all inquiries regarding delinquent accounts. If you have a question about an outstanding balance or bursar hold on your student account, please contact the Accounts Receivable Office.
Below are common reasons a bursar hold is placed onto your
- Delinquent tuition and fees (any semester)
Note: According to state regulations, delinquent accounts will be sent to the Louisiana Attorney General's Office for collections. An account sent to the Attorney General's Office will incur a 33.33% collection fee and may also be subject to wage garnishments, tax refund garnishments, and other methods available to the Attorney General's Office to collect the debt.
- Balance forwarded from previous semester
- Financial aid reversals
- Account flagged for cash only payment due to NSF check(s)
- Neglected payment arrangements
- Account in collections
- Unpaid parking tickets
- Housing charges
AGE: Bursar Aging hold that prevents enrollment in future semester. The minimum prior term balance is $2000.
TRN: Bursar Transcript hold that prevents students from receiving their transcript. All prior balances must be be paid in full prior to this hold being removed.
COL: Account sent to the Attorney General's office (AGO) for collections.
Per University of Louisiana Board of Supervisors Policy Number: FB-IV.(3), institutions are not able to issue credit to students or Third-Party Providers. Students or Providers that fail to pay the University on behalf of the student will have a transcript hold on their account.
Phone: (504) 280-3280