UC Berkeley suspends cancel for nonpayment policy through spring 2022

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Campus's cancel for nonpayment policy will remain suspended through spring 2022, but the tuition and fee deadline of Aug. 20 will still remain in effect.

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UC Berkeley’s Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs announced Thursday that campus’s cancel for nonpayment policy will remain suspended through spring 2022.

While the policy will not be in effect, students must still enroll in at least one class or pay at least 20% of tuition and fees to avoid future late fees, according to a campuswide email. In addition, students may also make an installment payment through campus’s Fee Payment Plan or apply for a co-payable emergency loan for fall available Aug. 18.

“A hold will be placed on student accounts that become 60 days past due which may impact registration, future enrollment, and access to other campus services, such as the Library or Recreational Sports Facility,” the email reads.

The Aug. 20 tuition and fee deadline will still remain in effect for students, according to the email.

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