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Student billing policies

By registering for any class or receiving any service from CCC, you accept full responsibility to pay all tuition, fees and other associated costs assessed as a result of your registration and/or receipt of services.

You understand that you are expected to attend all classes that you have enrolled for and if you do not attend the classes, or stop attending classes and fail to drop the class or classes by the drop deadline listed in the published schedule, you will be responsible for all tuition and fees.

Consistent with CCC’s published schedule, in the event that CCC determines it must suspend or alter its operations in whole or in part due to epidemic, pandemic, other public health emergency, extreme weather, natural disaster, acts or threatened acts of terrorism or war, or any single act or combination of events beyond CCC’s control, CCC may suspend, reduce, terminate, and/or modify its operations in whole or in part, which may or may not include offering online or other alternative learning options, at its discretion. In any such event, CCC is under no obligation to refund or credit any portion of tuition, fees, or other charges paid or owed, but it may do so at its discretion.

All amounts are due in full at the time of registration and if after the sixth Friday of the term, you have an outstanding balance on your account, you will be charged a $100 late payment fee.


If you fail to pay your student account bill or other monies owed to CCC by the scheduled due date, and fail to bring your account current, CCC may refer your delinquent account to a third party, which may be a debt collection company or an attorney. If CCC refers your student account balance to a third party for collection, a collection fee will be assessed and will be due in full at the time of the referral to the third party.

If your account is referred to a collection agency, you will be required to pay all reasonable collection fees of up to 25% of your student account balance plus other fees incurred in collecting the balance due, including but not limited to attorney fees and court costs incurred at trial and on appeal. The collection fee will be added to your balance due and will be due and owed no earlier than sixty (60) days after the date your payment is due and prior to referring your account to a collection agency.

CCC reserves the right to restrict future registration and take any other action legally available to the college if your account balance is not paid on the date due.


By providing your telephone number, email, or other contact information, you authorize CCC and its agents to contact you using the information you have provided regarding your delinquent student account and any other debt owed to CCC, or to receive general information from CCC.

CCC and its agents and contractors may use automated telephone dialing equipment, artificial or pre-recorded voice or text messages, and personal calls and emails, in their efforts to contact you. You may withdraw your consent to certain types of contact (i.e. telephone calls, emails, texts) concerning your debt by contacting the applicable contractor or agent as set forth in communication to you.

You are responsible for keeping CCC records up-to-date with your current physical addresses, email addresses and phone numbers. Upon leaving CCC for any reason, it is your responsibility to provide CCC with updated contact information for purposes of continued communication regarding any amounts that remain due and owed to CCC.

IRS Form 1098-T

You will be required to provide your Social Security Number (SSN) or taxpayer identification number (TIN) to CCC upon request as required by Internal Revenue Service (IRS) regulations for Form 1098-T reporting purposes and other related purposes.

Student Rights and Responsibilities

Please visit our Student Rights and Responsibilities page for information.

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