Tuition Payment Information

 
 
 

Tuition Payment Schedule

Winter 2015

Registration received before Dec 2, 2014 - Payment is due Dec 2, 2014

Registration received on and after Dec 2, 2014, payment is due at the time of registration.

Registration is not final until payment is received.

Spring 2015

Registration received before Jan 5, 2015 - Payment is due Jan 5, 2015

Registration received on and after Jan 5, 2015, payment is due at the time of registration.

Registration is not final until payment is received.

See below for convenient payment plan information.
Contact the Financial Aid Department for financial assistance.

NOTE: Payment for Continuing Education noncredit courses is due at the time of registration.

Tuition Payment Methods

Online

  1. Login to Simon http://www.ccbcmd.edu/logon/index.html using your new Username and Password
  2. Click on "Student Accounts"
  3. Click on "Account Summary" or "Account Summary by Term"
  4. Click on one of the payment options at the bottom of the screen
  5. Login with your new Username and Password*
  6. Follow instructions for making payment

    Credit card and ACH (checking or savings account) payments are accepted online.

    *Students who use Touchnet's credit card or check payment option within SIMON will be directed to Touchnet's web site. For security reasons, students will be required to enter their same consistent username and password for payment processing within the Touchnet site.

 Mail

Mail payment to the Bursar's Office at the following address:

CCBC Catonsville
Bursar's Office
800 South Rolling Road
Baltimore, MD 21228-5381

 In Person

Pay tuition at the campus Bursar's Office (Catonsville, Dundalk, Essex).
Office hours: Monday through Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 Tuition Payment Plans

Apply for a tuition payment plan through NELNET Business Solutions (formerly FACTS Management Company). Applications can be processed online. Follow instructions for online payments, and at the bottom of the Student Accounts page select "Enroll in Payment Plan." NELNET charges a $25 processing fee to apply for a tuition payment plan. The initial payment is made to the college and monthly payments are automatically deducted from a checking, savings or credit card account.

These dates are the deadlines for enrolling in the tuition payment plan with the number of payments due during a semester. You must pay in full, or apply for the payment plan, by the dates listed above in the "Tuition Payment Schedule" so that your seat in class is secured.


Payment Plan Enrollment and Payment Schedule
NELNET Business Solutions (formerly FACTS Management Company)
Winter 2015

Last Day to Submit Online

Required Down Payment

Number of Monthly Payments

Months of Payments

Nov 20

30%

2

Dec - Jan

Dec 19

50%

1

Jan

Jan 5

50%

1

Feb

Spring 2015

Dec 19

20%

4

Jan-Apr

Jan 22

25%

3

Feb - Apr

Feb 17

30%

2

Mar - Apr

Tuition Assistance 

Financial Aid

Visit financial aid to find out what aid is available to students and how to apply for financial assistance. Approved financial aid awards are applied to account balances in the Bursar's Office. Balances not covered by aid are the student's responsibility and must be paid by the due date of the tuition bill. 

Employer

Present purchase order, tuition assistance form, or letter of intent from the employer to the Bursar's Office. Balances not covered by the employer are the student's responsibility and must be paid by the due date of the tuition bill.

Tuition Waivers

Senior - Maryland residents, 60 years of age or older, who enroll in courses at CCBC are eligible for a tuition waiver. All applicable fees (including $30 course fee) are the responsibility of the student. Student must be 60 years of age before the academic semester begins.

Disability - The State of Maryland recently passed House Bill 104 which changed the process for Maryland students with disabilities to receive a tuition waiver.

Any resident of Maryland who is out of the workforce because of a permanent disability as defined by the Social Security Act, the Railroad Retirement Act, (or in the case of former federal employees, the Office of Personnel Management), and enrolls in a community college class that has at least ten regularly enrolled students, may be eligible for a tuition waiver.

New guidelines are effective January 1, 2012. All students with disabilities who enroll in credit courses at CCBC are required to take action to continue receiving the tuition waiver.

Foster Care - Students who were in foster care as of their 18th birthday, or who were in foster care as of their 14th birthday but were subsequently adopted, may be eligible for a tuition and fee waiver.

National Guard - Maryland Guard members can receive up to 50 percent waiver of tuition for both degree and vocational programs. Members must provide a letter from their unit commander supporting membership in the Maryland National Guard.

Parallel Enrollment Program (PEP)
High school students enrolled in CCBC courses may be eligible to receive a 50 percent tuition discount if they meet the following criteria:
• Baltimore County resident
• Payment of all CCBC fees
• An enrolled high school junior or senior
• Obtain written approval from a parent and appropriate school official
• Meet enrollment requirements of CCBC

Employee/Retiree – CCBC full time employees and CCBC retirees who enroll in courses at CCBC are eligible for a tuition waiver. All applicable fees are the responsibility of the student.

Delinquent Accounts

Delinquent accounts are referred to the Maryland State Central Collection Unit. A 17% collection fee is added to the student's account.

Qualified Tuition Programs

This tax benefit includes programs established and maintained by one or more eligible educational institutions. The beneficiary (or another taxpayer claiming the beneficiary as a dependent) may claim the HOPE or Lifetime Learning Credit on qualified expenses paid for with the funds distributed from the Qualified Tuition Program. See IRS Publication 970 for further details. To view 1098T information online, students may login to SIMON using their username and password. Click on "Student Accounts", then "Tax Notification".

Inquiries

For all tuition or billing inquiries, contact your campus Bursar's office:

CCBC Catonsville 443-840-4313 Student Services Center, Suite 131
CCBC Dundalk 443-840-3255 Student Services 104
CCBC Essex 443-840-1350 Student Services Center, Suite 013

 
 
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