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Note: A third-party vendor is used to process bank withdrawals and credit/debit card payments. Read our Automatic Payment Plan flyer for details.
Checks can be mailed to our lockbox:
Williston, VT 05495
Student Bank And Check Cashing Opens first day of classes
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 1:00 to 3:00PM
Wednesday - 2:00 to 3:00PM
Deposits may accumulate up to an account balance of $500;
$40 Limit per person per day by check cashing or withdrawal;
Student bank accounts must be closed at the end of each semester.
PLEASE BRING YOUR STUDENT ID FOR IDENTIFICATION PURPOSES.
If you have any billing questions please email the Student Accounts Office or call: 802-258-9241.
The Office of Student Accounts uses an online billing system, no paper bills are sent. As stated on the Billing Information Form, it is the policy of Marlboro College to deal directly with its students as adults. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 gives students the right to control disclosure of personally identifiable information contained in their education records. However, in the case of students who are claimed as dependents, the College has the right to consult with either parent. Only in rare cases, where questions regarding a bill remain unresolved, will the College exercise this right.
Bills for the fall semester are issued on or before June 15th; payment is due on or before July 15th. Bills for the spring semester are issued on or before October 31st; payment is due on or before November 30th. A late payment fee of $100 is charged if payment is received after the due date. Interest is charged on the unpaid balance at the maximum legal rate. We expect balances to be paid in full by the due date on the bill. Tuition is due in advance of each semester as noted above.
The Enrollment Deposit described below is applied to a student's account balance and does not represent additional fees.
A non-refundable Enrollment Deposit of $400 is payable by April 1 for returning students and May 1 for new students accepted before that date, or within 10 days for students who are accepted after that date. The Enrollment Deposit is credited toward the spring semester bill. Failure to deposit on or before the due date may result in the delay of a student’s financial aid award or jeopardize a campus housing assignment. A student may be administratively withdrawn if a deposit is not paid.
A returning student readmitted after May 1 or November 1, must pay an enrollment deposit within ten days of the reinstatement date. A student wishing to use all or part of a credit balance as an enrollment deposit for the following semester may do so by notifying the Office of Student Accounts in writing on or before the deposit due date.
A student who pays the enrollment deposit and is subsequently granted a leave of absence before August 1 is not entitled to a refund. The retained deposit is applied to the spring semester of the academic year in which the student returns. After August 1, the Dean of Faculty will grant a leave of absence only in cases of emergency and unforeseeable, personal, family or medical hardship. A student will be granted an official leave of absence after completing a change of status form and submitting the form to the Director of Academic Advising.
A student who pays the enrollment deposit and subsequently withdraws is entitled to a refund if the student notifies the Dean of Students on or before May 1. A student intending to officially withdraw is required to notify the Registrar’s Office and to arrange an exit interview with the Director of Academic Advising and the Associate Director of Financial Aid. The non-refundable enrollment fee will be due when a student studies abroad. This fee shall not exceed $400.