Course Cancellation

If you don’t pay your account balance in full by the due dates shown on your account, your courses will be at risk of being canceled.

To avoid having your classes canceled for non-payment:

  • Pay the total amount due on your account by the due date, including your health insurance premium – or –
  • Pay the difference between all charges and disbursed/accepted financial aid* – or –
  • Enroll in the optional payment plan if you wish to pay your bill in monthly installments

*Note: You must submit the Title IV authorization in MyCharlotte for financial aid to be applied toward non-institutional charges like health insurance.

Cancellation Policy for Non-Payment

Cancellation policy for non-payment

  • If your account balance is not paid in full by the payment due date shown on your bill, your classes will be at risk of being canceled
  • The payment due date is located on your student account statement

Third Party Sponsors or Scholarships

  • If your account balance is to be paid by a third party or scholarship that has yet to be received, contact Niner Central at 704-687-5506 or by email at before the payment due date and we can review your account.

Payment Policy

  • The University requires that account balances be paid in full by the payment due dates shown on your account in order to avoid cancellation of courses at the beginning of the term. If payment is not received as defined by these payment due dates for the term, classes may be cancelled.
  • Ultimately, it is the students’ responsibility to officially drop all of their classes, housing and meal plan, if they decide not to attend UNC Charlotte.
  • Please be aware of our withdrawal schedule and check the important links on the Withdrawing from UNC Charlotte website to be sure that you have completed all of the appropriate notifications.