Holds can be viewed online through YCPWeb by selecting Student Services, Student Records, and View Holds. For information or assistance with holds, please contact the originating office directly. The Business Office is the originator of the following financial related holds:
A tuition hold on your account is a result of an outstanding balance on your student account. An outstanding balance can result from unpaid tuition, fees, room, and board or other miscellaneous charges (i.e. parking violation charges, health center charges, ID card replacement charges, etc.) A delinquent payment to the Higher Education Services, Inc. (HES) payment plan will also result in a tuition hold.
A tuition hold will stop the release of grades and transcripts and prevent registration for upcoming semesters. It will also prevent scheduling changes prior to the start of the semester and during the drop/add period.
When an outstanding student account balance is paid in full, the tuition hold will be removed from your account. Click for instructions on How to Pay Your eBill Online. For online payments a tuition hold will be removed the next business day or you can contact the Business Office to request the hold be removed immediately. Payments can also be made in the Business Office via cash or check.
A delinquent HES account balance must be paid directly to HES. HES payment information is not reported to YCP on a daily basis. When the delinquent amount is paid in full, please contact the Business Office to request a review of your account to determine if the tuition hold can be removed.
A deposit hold on your account is a reminder that a tuition deposit must be paid prior to registering for an upcoming semester.
A deposit hold for a particular semester will only prevent registration for that semester. For example, a Deposit Hold Fall will not prevent registration for the summer sessions, and a Deposit Hold Summer will not prevent registration for the fall semester.
When a semester deposit is paid, the deposit hold will be immediately removed from your account. Click for instructions on How to Pay Deposits for Tuition and Housing Online. Deposits can also be paid in the Business Office via cash, check or credit card (MasterCard, Visa and Discover).