Whether you are using financial aid or employer benefits, staying on top of your payments is essential for college success. We know things happen and money can be tight - if you are having trouble, check out the resources below or stop by the Cashier's office for more help.
Tuition & Fees Payments
Fees for credit courses are due two weeks prior to the start of the term or at the time of registration if the due date has passed. Ignoring timely payment may result in the cancellation of your registration.
Fees must be either:
- Paid in full (we accept cash, check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, Discover credit cards, and debit cards)
- Payments can be made through Banner Self Service (Student Tab->Student Account->Account Summary see myTerra.edu for Payment Tutorial)
- Over the phone at 419.559.2329
- Checks can be mailed to (please write your Terra State T number on the check):
Terra State Community College
2830 Napoleon Road
Fremont, OH 43420-9670
- Paid through a Payment Plan
- Authorized for payment by a third party source (as evidenced by the completion & submission of sponsorship form )
- Approved as a financial aid award pending on Banner Self Service (Student Tab->Student Account->Account Detail by Term).
Students with cancelled registrations are encouraged to make the necessary payment arrangements and register again. We do our best to notify students if they are going to be removed from classes for non-payment. Make sure your contact information is up-to-date!
See important dates from the Cashier's office for Spring 2023
See important dates from the Cashier's office for Summer 2023
See important dates from the cashier's office for Fall 2023
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 authorization and return it to the Cashier's office. Many employers already have the most current form, check with your HR department also.
Company Sponsorship Agreement/Tuition Authorization Form
Read, sign, and take the company sponsorship agreement/tuition authorization form to your company's personnel officer. Have the personnel officer complete the form, sign, fax, or email the completed form to the Terra State Cashier's Office. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
If an agency is sponsoring the cost of your classes, Terra State needs a certification form from the funding agency. If the agency funding isn't listed on Banner Self Service (Student Tab->Student Account->Account Detail by Term), please check with your sponsoring agency or the Terra State Cashier's office.
Past Due Payment Arrangements
You may make arrangements with the Cashier's office to pay a past due balance. Please complete the past due payment arrangement form and return it to the Cashier's office.
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.
The Student Appeal Petition for a Medical / Compassionate Withdrawal and /or Review of the Billing Charges allows students to petition for a hardship course withdrawal and / or an adjustment of their charges. The Associate Dean of Students will review all student requests individually and make a determination based on Federal, State, and Institutional Policies. Students submitting an appeal will need to meet all requirements and stipulations stated before the petition will be reviewed. The Associate Dean of Students will review petitions and notify students in writing by Terra State e-mail (Office 365) of the findings. Forms are also available in in Roy Klay Hall, A100. Return the form to A100 or A200, attention Associate Dean of Students.
Student Appeal Petition for Medical/Compassionate Withdrawal and/or Review of Billing Charges
We want to help make creating your future as easy as possible. Let us know if you have any questions or are having a hard time making your payments.
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