Student Responsibilities

Students incur an obligation to pay at the time of registration. The charges include, but are not limited to tuition, lab or lecture fees, comprehensive fees, activity fees, registration fee, insurance fee, and student ID fee. All financial obligations for matriculated students should be satisfied twenty (20) business days prior to the start date of the semester or term. All non-matriculated students must pay all financial obligations at the time of registration. Failure to make full payment to the Business Office for any and all charges may result in grades and academic transcripts being withheld, removal from a course, or possible dismissal from the college. Students who have any outstanding obligations for a prior period at the time of registration will be required to make payment in full prior to the new registration being accepted or processed.

The College expects students to be financially responsible. All accounts are carried in the names  of students and all bills and statements are mailed to students. Students must recognize that an obligation to pay is made at the time a registration is processed and that refunds for all courses will be based on either the Refund Policy mandated by the Federal Government for Title IV Aid Recipients, and/or the MCCS Accounting Policy No. 402. Students accept responsibility for completing official documents when adding or dropping a course and when officially withdrawing from the college.