Payment information varies depending on the semester (Fall, Spring, Summer, and Winter). You may pay your college charges with cash, check, VISA, Discover, or MasterCard. Other methods of payment, such as financial aid, are available.
Methods of Payment
Online Billing and Payment
Through your myINFO account you can:
- Pay your bill.
- Set up a payment plan.
- Authorize someone else to pay your bill.
- Sign up to receive your financial aid refund by direct deposit.
You may defer payment of your bill if you have evidence at the time of registration that:
- A third party will be paying your bill
- You have been awarded a grant or scholarship
- You have been awarded financial aid
*Financial aid deferrals are granted based upon actual or estimated awards. If you do not have an actual financial aid award by the first day of classes, late payment charges will be added.
Third-Party Outside Payers
In the case your bill will be paid by an employer, or a scholarship administered outside of the College, or by any other outside agency, formal documentation from the source of payment is necessary. Written documentation should specify what types of charges and amounts will be paid by the third party, where the bill should be sent and where, if required for payment, grades should be sent.
If you drop a course or withdraw from the College, you will be charged non-refundable housing, meals, tuition and fees according to the following schedule for 15-week courses. Non-refundable tuition charges will be prorated on a similar schedule for courses less than 15 weeks.
- Prior to the start of classes 0% Fee (Full refund of charges) – Prior to August 30, 2021
- During the first week of classes 25% Fee (75% refund) - August 30 – September 7, 2021
- During the second week of classes 50% Fee (50% refund) – September 8 – Sept. 14, 2021
- During the third week of classes 75% Fee (25% refund) – September 15 – Sept. 21, 2021
- After the third week of classes 100% Fee (No refund issued) – After September 22, 2021
- Failure to notify the College that you will not be attending once classes have started (even if you do not attend any classes) will result in you owing the College a percentage of the tuition and fees based on the above schedule.
- Failure to officially withdraw or drop your classes can affect your academic record and your future financial aid eligibility.