Office of Fiscal Services

Office of Student Accounts

909 South Jeff Davis Parkway
Xavier South Room 300-B

Trenice Davis   x5317
Yvonne Parker   x5227
Sheree Miller   x5722
Lisa Harrell   x6218
Kelley Simmons   x5225
Receptionist   x7667

What is the Office of Student Accounts?
The Office of Student Accounts (Student Accounts) is responsible for billing and collecting all University tuition and fees. The hours of operation are 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. daily unless otherwise posted. Student Accounts provides assistance in reviewing student's account histories and payments, processes refund check requests, and research inquiries/discrepancies on student accounts. However, Student Accounts does not issue any Financial Aid or Tuition Assistance.

NSF Check Policy
A service fee of $30 will be assessed for all NSF Checks and Stop Payments. If the check is returned as NSF or a Stop Payment, an administrative hold will be placed on the account resulting in the loss of a student's privilege to pay by personal check.

What happens if I can not pay my tuition?
Students who have not satisfied financial obligations to the University are prohibited from taking final exams and will receive a grade of W$ for the course(s). The W$ is computed as an "F" in the student's grade point average. Students who receive fiscal clearance after the date/time of his/her final exam(s) will NOT be given a make-up exam. See W$ Process

Overpayment created by Parent PLUS loans are issued directly to the parent (borrower) and will be mailed directly to the parent (borrower) within 14 days. However, overpayment of scholarship funds or personal payments must be formally requested and are not automatically generated. Refund requests can be made in person, by phone or e-mail. Refunds are generally issued within 14 days of the request.

Bank Wire and/or Credit Card Authorization Form
Release of Parent PLUS Refund-Authorization Letter
Student Refunds Request Form


Title IV Funds are Pell Grants, SEOG Grants, Federal Stafford Direct Loans, Federal Unsubsidized Loans, Graduate PLUS Loans and Parent PLUS Loans are all Title IV funds. The U.S. Department of Education has rules governing the management of Title IV student financial assistance programs.

All students must voluntarily authorize Xavier University of LA to apply Title IV funds to allowable charges, prior year minor institutional charges, bookstore charges, health insurance fee, finance charges, fees, and fines. The form is available in Student Accounts.

Students must have a zero balance in order to request a transcripts