Payment of Tuition and Fees
Payment of tuition and fees for all programs is due by the published tuition due dates for the term. If payment cannot be made in full by the published tuition due date, payment arrangements with the Student Accounts Office must be in place. Financial aid and/or the College's payment plan must be final and in place for it to count as payment.
There is an online interest free payment plan through NelNet. This is available by logging into My Academic Services, choosing Finance and Make or Manage Online Payments. The earlier a student sets up the online payment plan, the lower their down payment. The payment plan for each term is designed to ensure that the account is paid in full prior to the end of that term.
Statements sent by the Student Accounts Office will indicate a date payment is due. Delinquent payments are subject to monthly late fees of $25.
- Cash, Check, Money Order
- Credit/Debit Card
- Payment Plan
- Third Party Payers
- Financial Aid*
* Financial aid recipients must complete all to-do items listed on their award letter before the tuition due date including but not limited to: accepting or declining Federal Direct Loans, Loan Entrance Counseling (if accepting loans). If awards alone are not sufficient to cover tuition and fees due, other payment arrangements (i.e. payment plan) must be made to pay the balance. Balances not settled by the tuition due date are subject to late fees.
If student's have a balance on their account from a current term, they will not be able to register for a future term until payment arrangements are made with Student Accounts or the balance is paid in full.
A student who provides written notice of cancellation within three days (excluding Saturday, Sunday and federal or state holidays) of signing an enrollment agreement is entitled to a refund of all monies paid. No later than 30 days after receiving the notice of cancellation, the College shall provide the 100% refund.