ACC offers payment plans as an option to help make paying tuition affordable and manageable.
Note: You must set up your payment plan in person at a Cashier Office if you register for both eligible and non-eligible Continuing Education classes.
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If you choose to set up a payment plan for the amount that is not covered by your financial aid and/or veterans benefits, you must set up the workaround payment plan in person at a Financial Aid Office.
A down payment is not required for these workaround payment plans. Any amount that is not covered by the financial aid/veteran benefit is evenly distributed between the remaining installment dates. Following is an example using Fall or Spring semester payment plans:
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The payment plan installment amounts will be adjusted when the financial aid/veteran benefit is applied to your account. If the award/benefit has not been applied to your account by the installment due date(s), you will be responsible for that full installment amount. If the full installment amount is not paid by the installment deadline, a $20 late fee and registration hold will placed on your account.
If you add or drop classes, your payment plan charges are recalculated to reflect the new amounts due and a notice is sent to your ACCmail.
Important: If you drop a class you are still responsible to pay the tuition charges in accordance with the state refund policy.
You can choose to schedule your payment plan future payments. When you make your down payment on your payment plan, select the option to save your payment method. Saving a method of payment allows you to save only the payment method information. It does not set up any type of payment for your classes. It is a convenience so you do not have to re-enter the payment method information the next time you make a payment. When scheduling your payments, you must enter the amount due for each future payment on or before the due date to avoid late fees and holds to your student account.
Scheduled payments will continue to process as entered unless you change or delete the payment. Any change to your payment method information will require rescheduling future installments. You will receive an email reminder of your scheduled payment prior to processing. Any changes or deletions must be done by you at least 24 hours before the scheduled payment date.
You are responsible to make payments by the tuition payment plan deadlines. If you fail to pay on or before the payment due date:
Unpaid payment plan accounts may be sent to an outside collection agency. You are responsible for any collection costs and attorney’s fees associated with the collection of your account.
You can add an authorized user who is able to pay or set up a payment plan for you online. Only authorized users can make online payments on payment plans initiated by the authorized user. You are still responsible for any amounts not paid and any late fees incurred.
You can authorize someone else to set up a payment plan for you at the cashier office. Go to Student Account Proxy Authorization for more information.