- Fees for credit courses are due the Friday after the start of the term or at the time of registration if the due date has passed.
- Fees must be either: 1) paid in full; 2) paid through a deferred payment plan ; 3) authorized for payment by a third party source; or 4) approved as a financial aid award pending on the Student Portal, My Bill.
- In the event that conditions are not met, the registration may be cancelled.
- Students with cancelled registrations are encouraged to make the necessary payment arrangements and register again.
- See FYI Dates for additional information
Payment Plan Info
If a student is unable to pay all of the fees at registration time, a payment plan can be arranged in the Cashier’s Office. If the first payment is not received by the payment due date, the student’s classes will be subject to cancellation.
- The Payment Plan is an alternative to the single payment of fees due at the beginning of each semester. For a $20 one-time per semester (nonrefundable) fee, students pay their fees in three installments. An additional $25 late fee will be charged for each late monthly payment.
- Call or email the Cashier’s Office, ext. 2329 to have a student deferred payment plan application form mailed or faxed to you. You can also download an application here:
- If your employer will be paying or reimbursing you for your classes, please obtain a Company Sponsorship Agreement/Tuition Authorization form. Obtain a form from the Cashier's Office or download the form here. Many employers already have the most current form, check with your HR department also.
- The student needs to read, sign, and take the company sponsorship agreement/tuition authorization form to their company's personnel officer. Have the personnel officer complete the form, sign, and fax, email or return the completed form to the cashier's office.
- If an agency is sponsoring the cost of your classes, the College needs a certification form from the funding agency. If the agency funding isn't listed on your Student Portal, My Bill, please check with your sponsoring agency or the Cashier's Office.
Past Due Payment Arrangements
- Failure to pay fees in full will result in the inability to receive transcripts, grades or register for future terms until the balance due is paid in full.
- A student has the opportunity to appeal for a review of fee charges if he/she had an unusual circumstance that impacted his/her college attendance. The appeal must be in writing and include verification of the unusual circumstance. Appeal forms are available at the Financial Aid and Cashier’s Offices or down load the form here.