Payment or payment arrangements for all charges for tuition, fees, and room and board for the fall and spring semesters must be made before the beginning of the term or students risk de-registration from semester courses. The payment deadline for Fall term is July 1 and for Spring term December 1. Students can select from a number of different payment methods as detailed below.
Payment for winter and summer terms is due upon registration. Financial Aid and payment plans cannot be used for winter term. In limited cases, financial aid may be available for the summer term when enrolling for six or more credit hours. Failure to make payments as scheduled will result in finance charges assessed on the outstanding balance.
CCU correspondence to students is primarily through e-mail. Students are responsible to keep their e-mail contact information up-to-date and to check their e-mail regularly for information regarding their CCU account. Students’ current account balance information is always accessible through their WebAdvisor online account. In WebAdvisor, please click on “View Account and Make Payments” to view your account summary, including tuition and fee charges, pending financial aid, and payment history. You can also view your statement of account and make payments on an outstanding balance.
Financial Aid—including any scholarships, grants, and loans—must first be applied to the student’s institutional charges which includes tuition, fees, room, and board. Please note: no financial aid funds can be disbursed without documentation of high school or GED completion. If financial aid does not cover the entire bill, the student is responsible to pay the remainder of the bill through either a Full Payment Method or a Monthly Payment Method. Overpayment will be refunded to the student.
As noted above, payment or payment arrangements must be made before the beginning of the term. If financial aid is awarded and/or disbursed after the first day of the semester, the student’s portion is still due prior to the start of the term.
Student pays the full semester charges (the portion not covered by financial aid and other outside sources) by the due date.
Payment can be made as follows:
Through NBS e-Cashier, students may set up an automated monthly payment plan to pay their student charges evenly divided over a set number of months, depending upon when enrolled in the plan. The payments are taken out of a checking or savings account on the 5th of every month until the balance is paid in full. The maximum number of months that can be used for the plan is 12 months, beginning in July and ending in June, for a full year (two semester) payment plan.
Learn more about or sign up for the Automatic Monthly Payment Plan for Traditional Undergraduate Students.
Tuition is refunded according to the following schedule only for complete university withdrawal. Partial withdrawal (while still enrolled in university courses) results in 0% refund for the withdrawn course(s). Fees are nonrefundable.
Withdraw by 5:00 p.m. the Wednesday of the 2nd week of class: 100% RefundWithdraw by 5:00 p.m. the Wednesday of the 3rd week of class: 75% Refund
Withdraw by 5:00 p.m. the Wednesday of the 4th week of class: 50% Refund
Withdraw any time after: 0% Refund
If your account has a credit balance, once all financial aid has been received and applied to your student account, your credit balance can be direct deposited to a bank account of your choice. To request a direct deposit of the credit balance on your CCU account, simply log into your WebAdvisor account and click on “Bank Information” under the Financial Information heading. You will then be asked to enter your bank account information, which will electronically direct your refund to your personal bank account. More information can be found on the Credit Balance Refund FAQ (PDF).