Julie Johnson, Vice President for Business, Phone
Maria Albers, Business Office Manager, Phone
Patricia Braveheart, Accountant, Phone
Colleen Sitting Bear, Grants/Contracts Compliance Officer, Phone
Holly Provost, Payroll Officer, Phone
Desirae Charging Crow, Accounts Payable, Phone
Tiffiny Garnette, Accounts Payable, Phone
Melissa Rooks, Student Accounts, Phone
Stevanna Hernandez, Student Funds Account, Phone
Students who have completed the financial aid process and have been determined eligible and have enough financial aid may be allowed to charge their books. All others must pay for their books and supplies when they receive them. All previous accounts must be settled prior to the purchase of books for the current semester.
Books will be available at the district centers only on assigned days during the one week before classes begin and/or the first week of class. Students who do not get their books during this time period will have to pick up their books at the OLC Bookstore.
Students should call the bookstore with questions regarding returns and exchanges.
Students who have their tribal enrollment documentation on file with Oglala Lakota College Registrar's Office before the end of the second week of classes, does result in "Per pupil funding" and will not be affected by the higher tuition. Why is this documentation required? Simply, the College's primary source of funding is a Public Law known as the "Tribally Controlled Community College Assistance Act." This law requires all who claim to be Native American to provide proof that they are an enrolled member of a Federally recognized tribe. Any student who does not provide the Registrar's Office with this information will not have the major portion of the cost of their education reimbursed to the College. Tuition and fees only cover a small fraction of the actual cost of a student's education.
B. Tuition Assistance
C. Withdrawal Refund
E. Review of Tuition and Fees Schedule
It is the policy of Oglala Lakota College to collect a pro-rated activity fee based on enrollment per semester.
12 + credits $50.00
9-11 credits $40.00
6-8 credits $30.00
1-5 credits $20.00
The Oglala Lakota College, specifically the Student Accounts Office, shall have the authority to collect the activity fees.
The Student Accounts at Oglala Lakota College will have the authority to make collections on all outstanding tuition, fees, and book bills. The Vice President for Business shall place a hold at the OLC Registrars Office on all grades, transcripts, and diplomas of students who have outstanding tuition, fees, book bills or any other outstanding bills until such debts are fully paid. All current semester students having outstanding debts will be contacted by Student Accounts Office by mid-term or before any Financial Aid is released and be asked to sign an agreement allowing collections from current year financial aid.
Students can access their bill by going to the OLC website (www.olc.edu), Distance Learning/Tools, Exweb (Jenzabar). Enter your ID and PIN. Your PIN can be obtained from your counselor. Under my profile click my accounts. Your statements are listed here. Your counselor can assist you. The student is responsible for the student bill even if a third party or program may be paying the bill. Financial Aid will be applied to the student bill unless third party payment has been received. If financial aid is applied and the third party makes payment at a later date, the financial aid applied will be paid to the student.
All students should file a financial aid application to determine eligibility for other scholarships. OLC staff will collect tuition, fees, or book costs or develop a payment plan for students to pay all costs before the end of the semester for which the student is enrolling.
Oglala Lakota College provides network access, including internet to students and staff to promote educational excellence. Network access provides resource sharing, innovation and communication to the Pine Ridge Reservation. Network users are responsible for their actions in accessing available resources. The user is responsible for making sure any information received does not contain pornographic material, inappropriate information, inappropriate language, or files that are potentially dangerous to the integrity of the hardware/software within school premises. Use of any information obtained via the network is at the user's own risk. Oglala Lakota College makes no warranties of any kind, whether expressed or implied, for the network facilities it is providing. Users must complete the User's Request Form to use college computers.