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Subject: Graduate Students: Your 2011/2012 Payment Plan (PPL) Enrollment The Payment Plan (PPL) for the 2011/2012 session is now open and if you chose to select this
 

Summary: Subject: Graduate Students: Your 2011/2012 Payment Plan (PPL) Enrollment
The Payment Plan (PPL) for the 2011/2012 session is now open and if you chose to select this
payment method, then you will need to `self enroll' into the plan on SOLUS. We are no longer
accepting paper applications for the Pre-Authorized Payment Plan. This `self enrollment' will be
open until September 28th, 2011.
Changes to the PPL (terminations, bank changes, etc) should be made before the 15th of the
month. Banking changes can be made online on SOLUS, PPL termination requests should be
submitted to the University Registrar's Office on this form
(http://www.queensu.ca/registrar/aboutus/forms/change_debit_memo.pdf).
Please note that the plan withdrawal dates have changed from previous years: The payment
plan is an eleven month plan with payments being withdrawn from your bank account on the
5th of every month with the first payment scheduled to be deducted October 5th and the last
payment scheduled to be deducted August 5th.
Once you have enrolled into the plan your payment schedule will display showing the amount
of the payments and their scheduled withdrawal dates. That said, any changes to your fees
(tuition, residence, meal plans, etc.) during the course of the PPL will affect your PPL, meaning
your monthly payment will change and may require a `catch up' payment. You should check
your PPL schedule on SOLUS regularly, and at the very least, monthly.
Summer Term Fees for 2012
Summer term fees for 2012 have not yet been finalized and estimated fees will be applied to

  

Source: Abolmaesumi, Purang - School of Computing, Queen's University (Kingston)

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences