Tuition Payment Plan FAQs
Q: I’m receiving calls and emails saying my tuition is due, don’t I have until the 31st to enroll in the payment plan?
A: Enrollment in the Tuition Payment Plan must be completed before the due date on your bill. If your bill is due before the 31st of the month, then your payment plan enrollment must be completed by the due date on your bill.
Q: What are the advantages of enrolling in the College's Tuition Payment Plan?
A: Consider enrolling in the payment plan to break up your tuition payments. The plan is available for fall, spring and summer terms. To take full advantage of the plan and maximize the plan’s potential to spread payments over time, begin paying in July for the fall semester, November for the spring semester and April for the summer semester.
Q: Do I have to come to campus to enroll in the payment plan?
A: No. The payment plan is set up to accept online enrollments. Login to the MyCCP portal. From the Student menu choose Financial Services then choose Enroll in a/View Your Payment Plan. Once inside the payment portal, the Installment Payment Plans menu is on the right side of the page; choose the Enroll in/View your Payment Plan link to enroll. When your enrollment is complete, you will receive an email notification to your College email account confirming you’re enrolled in the payment plan.
Q: What if I don’t receive confirmation of enrollment in a payment plan?
A: If you do not receive confirmation immediately after submitting the enrollment, you should contact the Bursar's office by email at email@example.com or by phone at 215.751.8130.
Q: Is there a minimum balance for the current term required to enroll in the Payment Plan?
A: No, there is no minimum balance for the current term to enroll in the Payment Plan.
Q: What is the cost to enroll in the Payment Plan?
A: The cost to enroll is a non-refundable $35 fee, plus the first installment payment.
Q: How many installment payments are there for each semester and when are they due?
A: To take full advantage of the plan and maximize the plan’s potential to spread payments
over time, begin paying in July for the fall semester (5 payments), November for the spring
semester (5 payments), and April for the summer semester (4 payments). Click here each term
for updated Payment Plan Options and Payment Dates.
Q: Can I schedule the monthly installments for automatic payment?
A: Yes. At the time of enrollment, you’ll be offered the option to enroll in scheduled payments.
You also have the option to add a scheduled payment at a later date by accessing the
Scheduled Payments menu inside the payment portal and choosing the Click to enroll for
Automatic Payments link.
Q: Can I cancel my enrollment for automatic payments?
A: Yes. From the MyCCP portal under the Financial Services Channel select Enroll in a/View Your Payment Plan. You will be passed into the payment portal. On the Scheduled Payments menu click the Cancel link next to the term’s Autopay Plan.
Q: Can I change my payment method for automatic payments?
A: Yes. You will need to cancel your enrollment for automatic payments then re-enroll using the new payment method. Please see instructions above.
Q: Can I use the plan if I also have financial aid or my company pays part of my tuition and
A: Yes. Authorized financial aid and company billing will be included when calculating the
installment payments. Please note that if your financial aid or company billing status changes,
you are still responsible for the increased installment payments.
Q: Can I enroll in the payment plan if I have a past due balance from a prior semester?
A: No, you cannot combine a prior term balance in a current term payment plan. Prior term
balances must be paid in full before you are eligible to enroll in the current term payment plan.
NOTE: If your past due balance is $500 or less for the 2018 Spring term, please contact the Bursar’s Office at 215-751-8130 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We may have an option to assist you in securing your Summer and Fall registration.
Q: Can I make a payment on my account prior to the payment plan enrollment date?
A: Yes, payments may be made to your student account prior to the payment plan enrollment
date. Any payment to your student account prior to your enrollment in the payment plan will
reduce the amount owed for the semester. Your installment payments will be comprised of the
remaining account balance.
Q: How do additional charges or payments on my student account affect my monthly
installment payment amounts?
A: The payment plan recalculates based on any changes to your student account. Any charges
or payments made to your student account will automatically adjust your remaining payment
plan installments when you login to review your balance.
NOTE: Monthly installment amounts will NOT adjust 7 days or less prior to a payment due date
even if new charges are added to your account during that time. Future installments will be
adjusted to take into account these balance changes and the new payment amount will take
effect with the following month's installment payment.
Q: Where can I find the dates and amount due for my future payments?
A: You will receive a reminder email that your monthly installment is due 7 days prior to the
installment due date. To view all due dates and installment amounts, login to the MyCCP portal.
From the Student menu choose Financial Services then choose Pay My Bill. Once inside the
payment portal, the Installment Payment Plans menu is on the right side of the page; choose
the Enroll in/View your Payment Plan link to see your plan details.
Q: I just priority registered for a future semester. Can I enroll in the payment plan earlier than
the published enrollment dates?
A: No, the payment plan requires that the student’s charges appear on their account for the
proper payment plan calculation. Tuition charges are expected to be assessed in late June for
the Fall semester, mid-October for the Spring semester and late March for the Summer
semester. Once tuition has been assessed for the semester, we will open that semester’s
installment payment plan for registration.