Payment Policies

Tuition and fees are due two weeks before the start of classes. You must fulfill your financial obligation by:

  1. Making payment in full - cash, check, credit cards are accepted by mail, phone or E-cashier on our web site
  2. Completing a FACTS payment agreement with the Business Office or via E-Cashier on our web site
  3. Providing evidence of a financial aid application and turning in a deferred payment agreement to the Business Office.

Payments for non-credit courses are due in full upon registration. A fee of $50.00 per semester will be charged to all students who fail to make arrangements to pay tuition and fees prior to the start of classes.

My FACTS Tuition Payment Plan:
In an effort to keep college affordable for students, the college has partnered with the FACTS Tuition Management a monthly payment plan. FACTS is not a loan program, there are no interest or finance charges. These plans are managed by FACTS and not the college.

Deferred payment based on third party guarantee:
A letter guaranteeing payment (which includes a statement that payment is not contingent upon grade or completion) from a recognized business, organization or institution shall be on file, on official letterhead. If a student must obtain a predetermined grade in order to be reimbursed by the guaranteeing organization, the student shall be required to pre-pay the course. Mid-semester third party contract must be paid in full. If payment has not been made, a financial hold shall be placed on the student account. The student is not eligible to receive transcripts, grade reports, certificates, diplomas and degrees. The student may not register for future terms, until payment is made, unless the student has a documented exception form from the president.