The Bursar's Office is the place where student tuition and fee payments are made.
A. Full payment of tuition and fees for the semester is due the day before classes begin. The last day to pay in person is the Friday before classes begin.
A. Once you register for courses a billing statement will appear on the screen. Additionally, you can access your bill 24 hours/day, 7 days/week through your WebAccess Account. Billing statements are mailed once per month.
A. Checks should be made payable to Onondaga Community College for the exact amount due. Personal checks may not be accepted for amounts greater than the full-time resident tuition rate. Cashier's checks, money orders and cash are acceptable. MasterCard, VISA and Discover are also accepted. Payment can be made online at pay.sunyocc.edu.
A. Yes, the College offers a Payment Plan which allows you to pay the semester's tuition and fees over a four-month period. The cost is $33 each semester. The fall payment schedule is July through October. The spring payment schedule is December through March. The payments are due on the 20th of each month.
A. Yes, the College offers a Payment Plan which allows you to pay the semester's tuition and fees over a four-month period. The cost is $33 each semester. The fall payment schedule is July through October. The spring payment schedule is December through March. The payments are due on the fifteenth of each month. Any student requesting to be on the payment plan after the first payment is due will be required to make the necessary back payments to bring the account current prior to being accepted on the payment plan.
A. Students must meet certain financial aid application deadlines to defer tuition. These deadlines are usually a month in advance of the tuition payment deadlines. (See financial aid information for specific information.) Failure to meet these financial aid application deadlines will require students to pay their tuition and fees themselves.
The Bursar's Office will collect any money owed the College by a student from the first available funds. For example, tuition is deferred under TAP, Pell, VAVR, etc. The student receives funds from another source such as a student loan, prior to receipt of the TAP, Pell or VAVR payment. Money owed the College will be deducted from the first funds received. Any balance will be refunded the student. The student will then receive a check when the TAP, Pell, or VAVR funds under which tuition was originally deferred are disbursed.
A. If you lose your bill you may contact the Bursar's Office to request a copy. Account information is always available via Web Access.
A. Yes, per the following chart:
*Fall and spring semesters. Note: summer refunds are based on different criteria. Please obtain refund dates upon registering. These rates are subject to change without notice. Variable length classes will have different refund policies. View all refund information.
A. The College may honor an authorization to bill an outside agency, company, etc., for employee tuition programs. The authorization must state that the college will be paid directly upon receipt of billing, regardless of academic performance. In the event the College is not reimbursed, the student is held responsible for payment of the bill.
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