Student Accounts

Need to pay for classes or other account charges? We offer four ways for you to pay:

Pay Online

Login to your student account to pay for tuition.

Payment Plan

CCC offers payment plans for students. Please see FAQ Documents below on how to setup a payment plan.

Pay In-Person

Please note: Payment method varies by campus.

Pay by Phone

During heavy registration time, we do experience high call volumes.

Student Authorization To Release Information

Automatic Drop For Non-Payment Dates

 Student Authorization To Release Information Form
*Students must authorize CCC to release information to parents/other parties per FERPA requirements. This form must be completed in person.


Summer 2018 Automatic Drop Schedule

Fall 2018 Automatic Drop Schedule

Student Accounts FAQs and Helpful Documents

1098-T Tax Form Information

Student Accounts FAQ

 Student Financial Responsibility Agreement

CCC-Mountain Line Pilot Buss Pass Program FAQ

CASHNET - How to Setup a PaymentPlan

CASHNET - How to Make a One-Time Payment

CASHNET - How to Pay Off Your Payment Plan




 1098-T FAQ

 Printing 1098-T Form and Understanding Reportable Amounts

 W-9S IRS Form

Tax Breaks for Higher Education


  • CCC accepts Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover credit cards. All credit card transactions incur a 2.75 percent non-refundable fee.
  • Any payments made by check are processed as a one-time electronic fund transfer from your account using your banking information. Funds may be withdrawn from your account as soon as the same day payment is received.
  • Payment Plan Option
    • The Payment Plan option provides you a no-interest, no-loan method for paying your tuition. The Payment Plan option is done through Nelnet. Be aware, Nelnet does charge a $25 non-refundable enrollment fee. There is also a $25 fee for each missed payment. You will need to provide a credit card or your bank account information.
    • For information on enrollment periods, down payments and when your first payment is due, visit  My College Payment Plan.
  • Paying by phone is the least efficient way to pay because of our high call volume.