Receiving an Invoice
Clarion University provides electronic billing to all students via the MyClarion online student information system. Students are notified by their MyClarion email when an invoice has been posted to their account.
Instructions for viewing and printing invoices can be found on the student MyClarion documentation page. The university does not mail invoices to enrolled students. Students should print and provide invoices to other parties as needed from their MyClarion account.
Initial fall and spring semester invoices are provided to students approximately 30 days prior to the start of the semester. Initial Winter Intersession and Summer session 1, 2 and 3 invoices are provided to students about 10 days before these sessions. The university sends postcard notification of initial semester or session billing to the student's home address.
Financial Registration Holds are assigned to students with delinquent accounts of $250 or more. Students with these holds are not permitted to register for courses or obtain academic records, such as transcripts and diplomas. These privileges will be withheld until all charges have been paid.
The student is responsible for ensuring all charges are paid or covered with financial aid by the beginning of each semester.
Students must be registered for six or more credits each semester in order to receive a Stafford loan or a state PHEAA grant. Less than half time students may still qualify for a federal Pell grant if they demonstrate sufficient financial need.