Frequently Asked Questions
A list of tuition and fees can be found online and also in the College catalog under “Financial Information”.
Payments can be made at any campus Business Office, online through web services, by mail or by phone.
We accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover.
We now accept American Express online only.
Tuition and fees are due in full at the time of registration. Students may enroll in a monthly payment plan once registration opens for each term. There is no enrollment fee and payments will automatically adjust if changes are made to the student account.
It is the student’s responsibility to make sure enough aid has been awarded to secure classes. You may be responsible for making a payment in the event it is not awarded prior to due date.
ALL refunds will be handled by BankMobile. Please be sure to check your college email account for BankMobile emails. Financial Aid refunds will begin going out approximately 4-6 weeks after your classes begin. Loans will be the following week. Late start classes could impact timing of your refund.
To withdraw, you notify your instructor. Once the Instructor has withdrawn you, you can check with the Business Office to determine the impact on your account. Usually, this takes a couple of days to reflect the withdrawal.
If you officially withdraw in a refund period, your tuition will be adjusted accordingly. You may contact the campus Business Office to see when and if a refund will be issued to you. ALL refunds will be handled by BankMobile. Please be sure to check your college email account for BankMobile emails. Please refer to the Academic Calendar for refund dates.
Yes, the college mails out 1098T statements. These statements are mailed by the end of January of the following year. The 1098T statement can also be accessed on the website under web services, regardless if you are still attending.
You must provide the Business Office written documentation from any third party providing tuition assistance. This must be done prior to the first payment date in order to “defer” your fees.
Yes, you can set up a meal plan by visiting your campus business office beginning the first day of classes. You may choose to use any financial aid credit or pay any amount to put on your plan. Once the Business Office has set the plan up for you, all you have to do is show your student ID in the cafeteria.
Yes, if your account reflects a credit from your aid, you may charge in the bookstore beginning the first day of class. Visit the Bookstore online for dates and rules.
You must provide the student GCID#.
You will need to pick up a schedule/receipt from the Business Office, go to Campus Police to obtain a student ID and parking decal (if applicable). Both printout and ID need to be presented at the Bookstore to retrieve your books.