Individuals may pay College charges by check, Master Card, Visa, Discover, American Express, debit card, money order, cashier's check or cash.
Personal checks must be pre-printed with the account owner's name and address along with a check number greater than 199. Check amounts must not exceed the charged amount resulting in cash refunds. Personal checks will not be accepted from individuals who have previously issued a check returned to the College for non-sufficient funds (NSF), a stop payment request, or a closed account. Post-dated checks will not be accepted.
A payment plan is available for accounts owing $50 or more through the e-Cashier program and is designed to recover all payments within the current semester enrolled. E-Cashier is also utilized to recover past due student accounts with a maximum of four (4) payments allowed.
Promissory notes are available for veterans only and must be paid in full prior to re-enrollment. Financial aid repayments and delinquent accounts must be paid in full or have an active e-Cashier plan in place prior to any re-enrollment in College classes. All holds must be resolved prior to accepting additional enrollment.
Students are notified of any balance owed on account upon registration and financial aid, grant or scholarship disbursements. Notifications are also sent to the student at 30, 60 and 90 days after the semester completion if a balance remains on the account. Once an account is past 90 days overdue, the account is referred to collections and will be assessed costs incurred. Information regarding a delinquency may be disclosed to credit bureaus and may affect his or her credit rating. Additional enrollment will not be allowed until all prior financial obligations are satisfied.