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'Unprecedented' Purge in Turkey
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At the discretion of the institution, the student may be considered enrolled and will be assessed the applicable returned payment fee, the applicable late registration fee, and normal collection procedures as prescribed in TBR Guideline B Collection of Accounts Receivable will be followed.
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Institutions may deny future check writing privileges to students who have paid registration fees with checks that are subsequently dishonored. While institutions have discretion in how these situations will be handled, all students must be treated the same at that institution. Records Holds Except as provided in sub-section II. This does not prohibit the conferring of the degree.
Any credit or official transcript issued under this subsection shall indicate that it is subject to an outstanding debt to the issuing college. The college receiving the certificate of credit or official transcript issued shall not subsequently issue a diploma, certificate of credit or official transcript to that student until it receives proof that the student has satisfied the outstanding debt to the college that issued the certificate of credit or official transcript. A and B Above until the debt is paid in full.
The student account will not be recalled from the collection agency.