The Business Office is responsible for processing student bills and payments. Charges include, but are not limited to: tuition, fees, health insurance, special fees for students enrolled in Health Programs, student identification card replacement fees, print quota reset fees, parking tickets, and returned check fees. The Business Office is also responsible for disbursing financial aid checks (including student loans), refund checks, and scholarship payments.
Students who have any outstanding financial obligations to the college will not be admitted, readmitted or permitted to register. If already registered, these students will not be permitted to receive grade reports, attendance reports, or transcripts of grades and will not be eligible for graduation until their financial obligations to the college are satisfied.
Lack of attendance does not constitute withdrawal and students will still be responsible for the charges as well as applicable collections costs.
Some of the services provided by the Business Office are:
Student Accounts Office
See also: Spring 2016 Tuition and Fee Schedule
Accounts Payable/Purchasing Office
Students who withdraw from classes may be due a refund of their tuition and fees. Please check with the College Business Office regarding the status of your account. Full refund of tuition is usually allowed before classes start and during the first week of the semester. Financial aid funds will be paid based on the number of days enrolled. Withdrawing during the first nine weeks of the semester will impact the amount of funds available to pay tuition and fees.