Upon registration, a student agrees to be responsible for the educational costs associated with their registration. Tuition and fees are due in full prior to the start of the semester. There are 3 ways to fulfill this obligation:
- Pay in full by the due date.
- Enroll in the SUNY CCC Payment Plan, which allows a student to pay their bill in 4 installments.
- Have a financial aid package that covers all charges. If the amount of aid is not sufficient to cover all charges, payment arrangements as outlined above must be made for the remaining balance.
Due dates for payments and installment plans are outlined below:
|Semester||Due dates for pay in full or installment||Payment Plan Available||# of Payments in Installment Plan|
|Fall||August 15||Yes||4-due 15th of Aug. thru Nov.|
|Spring||January 15||Yes||4-due 15th of Jan. thru April|
|Summer||May 15||Yes||3-due 15th of May, June, July for balances over $500|
If payment is not made by the due date, a one percent per month late fee will be charged to the student’s account. Students with delinquent accounts will be blocked from registering for future courses. If action is necessary to enforce collection, all reasonable collection fees, including attorney fees, will be charged to the student. Students should seek the personal attention of the staff in the Student Accounts if they have any questions or difficulties in making full payment by the payment due date.