UNCW Collection Process. Linda Padezanin. UNC Wilmington. Session Etiquette. Please turn off all cell phones. Please keep side conversations to a minimum. If you must leave during the presentation, please do so as quietly as possible. NC Collection Policy – Accounts Receivable.
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a) obtaining transcripts
b) obtaining diplomas
c) registering for classes
-Process is initiated on the 1st business day of each month through SSRS, qualifiers are students not registered with a balance.
-Two reports are pulled, one that is less than $50.00, the other for greater than $50.00
-Process is run in Banner and reported in SSRS.
UNCW Criteria -
Letter to Student
N.C.G.S. § 143-553 provides that employees of the State, who owe money to the State, must make full restitution of the amount owed as a condition of continuing employment. It has come to our attention that you are employed by New Hanover County Schools and are delinquent in repaying a debt owed to the University of North Carolina Wilmington.
Your past due account must be paid immediately. Your past due Student Account balance is $6,931.42. If you do not pay this account in full or make arrangements for repayment of this debt, your employer will be notified and appropriate action will be taken in accordance with the law. You can avoid this action by contacting Linda Padezanin at 910-962-4280 no later than May 15, 2012.
N.C.G.S § 143-553 provides that employees of the State, who owe money to the State, must make full restitution of the amount owed as a condition of continuing employment. This statute is enclosed for your review.
It has come to our attention, that Ms. Brewton is employed by Cleveland County Schools. Ms. Brewton has been advised of the delinquency of this debt by this office and she has been notified by the North Carolina Department of Justice that if satisfactory repayment is not made on the account then her employer will be notified.
This letter is to notify you of the delinquent account owed by Ms. Brewton and to ask you to immediately begin termination of this employee if she does not enter into a satisfactory repayment agreement with this office. Once the repayment agreement is made between our office and Ms. Brewton, she can authorize in writing within 30 days that the Cleveland County Schools may deduct payments of not less than 10% of her net disposable earnings each pay period starting immediately until this debt is paid in full.
If you have any questions regarding this matter please contact Linda Padezanin at 910-962-4280. Thank you for your attention to this matter.
§ 143-553. Conditional continuing employment; notification among employing
entities; repayment election.
(a) All persons employed by an employing entity as defined by this Part who
owe money to the State and whose salaries are paid in whole or in part by State funds
must make full restitution of the amount owed as a condition of continuing
employment; provided, however, that no employing entity shall terminate for failure to
make full restitution the employment of such an employee who owes money to the
University of North Carolina Health Care System for health care services.
(b) Whenever a representative of any employing entity as defined by this Part has
knowledge that an employee owes money to the State and is delinquent in satisfying this
obligation, the representative shall notify the employing entity. Upon receipt of
notification an employing entity shall terminate the employee's employment if after
written notice of his right to do so he does not repay the money within a reasonable
period of time; provided, however, that where there is a genuine dispute as to whether
the money is owed or how much is owed, or there is an unresolved issue concerning
insurance coverage, the employee shall not be dismissed as long as he is pursuing
administrative or judicial remedies to have the dispute or the issue resolved.
(c) An employee of any employing entity who has elected in writing to allow not
less than ten percent (10%) of his net disposable earnings to be periodically withheld for
application towards a debt to the State shall be deemed to be repaying the money within
a reasonable period of time and shall not have his employment terminated so long as he
is consenting to repayment according to such terms. Furthermore, the employing entity
shall allow the employee who for some extraordinary reason is incapable of repaying
the obligation to the State according to the preceding terms to continue employment as
long as he is attempting repayment in good faith under his present financial
circumstances, but shall promptly terminate the employee's employment if he ceases to
make payments or discontinues a good faith effort to make repayment. (1979, c. 864, s.
1; 2007-306, s. 2.)
UNCW follows the following policy regarding write-offs