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- Spring Term 2015 Payment deadlines
- Tuition deferral options
- Spring Term 2015 Final payment deadline
Spring Term 2015 payment deadlines
Students who have registered for spring classes but have not met one of the tuition deferral options (see below) for the payment of their tuition and fees by December 18, 2014 may have their registration canceled.
Students registering for classes between December 18, 2014 and January 4, 2015 must make arrangements for the payment of their tuition and fees by January 5. Students that do not make arrangements by that deadline may have their registration canceled.
Students registering for classes anytime from January 5 through the first five business days of the semester must make arrangements for the payment of their tuition and fees by January 16, 2015. Students that do not make arrangements by that deadline may have their registration canceled and may be unable to re-enroll in spring semester courses.
If you decide not to attend, please do not rely on the "registration cancellation for non-payment" process as a way to drop your classes.
Tuition deferral options
Students can arrange for the payment of their tuition and fees in any one of the following easy ways:
- Sign up for an automatic payment plan, NBS e-Cashier (Nelnet), or
- Make a down-payment of $300 or 15 percent of the total amount owed (whichever is less), or
- The Business Office will defer your tuition/fees if Century College has received your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), or
- Submit a Third Party Billing Authorization to the Business Office, or
- Submit a verification of an outside scholarship to cover tuition and fees to the Business Office.
Please Note: PSEO students must submit forms to the Business Office
Spring term 2015 final payment deadline
Full payment of Spring term tuition and fees must be made by February 24, 2015. Students who do not pay their tuition and fees in full by the February 24 deadline will be assessed a monthly late fee of $25, as well as a single administrative fee of $30 for placing the student on the college payment plan. Students with outstanding account balances after the February 24 deadline will have a hold placed on their record and will be unable to register for future courses or obtain an official transcript until their account balance is paid in full. The tuition and fee payment deadline for registrations for late start courses made on or after the above deadlines must be paid in full at the time of the registration to avoid being assessed the above fees.
NOTE: If students decide not to attend their classes, it is their responsibility to drop
them. Students are responsible for the payment of tuition and fees for all courses not
dropped during the first 5 business days of the session, regardless of whether or not the
student chooses to attend the class.
If you decide not to attend, please do not rely on the "registration cancellation for
non-payment" process as a way to drop your classes.
Students who do not plan on attending registered classes must drop on the internet at the
page or complete a drop form in person at the Records Office prior to the 5th day of the
semester. Century College does not drop students for non-attendance.
Therefore, DO NOT rely on the college to drop you from your courses.
After the 5th day of the semester, all registered students are financially
committed for tuition and fees. All classes at Century College have a limited number of seats
available. Your registration reserves a seat in each of your classes, and prevents another
student from registering should a class be full.
- In requesting this reservation, you have incurred a tuition obligation.
- No invoices or tuition statements are sent out. View your fee statement online at
Pay for College and pay for tuition.
- Students are required to pay tuition and fees unless they drop classes prior to the
5th day of the semester in person at the Records Office
or on the internet at the Century Registration page.
If you have questions, please contact the Century College Business Office