Third-Party Authorization

If all or part of registration fees are being paid by an external agency which requires billing (employer, Florida Prepaid Program, Vocational Rehabilitation, One-Stop, a government agency or out-of-state 529 plan, etc.), the student is responsible for communicating with their agency representative to determine if the agency will notify the college of their intent to pay or if it will be the student's responsibility for notification. When the student is responsible for payment notification, a current form of authorization (letter, card, voucher, purchase order, etc.) which specifies the semester and indicates a dollar amount (for fees and/or books) will be supplied to the student by their sponsoring agency. The student must present this authorization to a campus cashier prior to the fee due date indicated on their registration form. If the current authorization is not presented, the student's account will not be credited properly and the student may be dropped from all courses, and/or be responsible to pay the fees. The student is responsible for payment of any balance remaining after 60 days from the start date of the semester. Third-party authorizations for book charges require a separate purchase order or letter that must be presented to the bookstore manager.