Late Payment Policy

As stated in the tuition contract, “Balances outstanding after that month’s due date will be assessed a penalty of 1.0% interest (based on a 12% annual percentage rate).  Any accounts 14 days past due will cause services to be withheld until resolved, could jeopardize your child’s permanent placement, and may be sent out for collection.  Any incurred collection costs will be charged against your bill.  If an outstanding balance exists at the close of the center in June, the child will not be allowed to return in the fall.”

Plymouth State students whose children attend the Center may be denied registration if their bill is not paid.  Please contact the Program Assistant if you are having difficulties making payments, so that we can work out a realistic payment plan

 

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