• Minimum payment criteria must be met by the published due dates. Refer to page 3 for Fall and Spring Semester due dates. Refer to page 23 for details on the minimum payment criteria requirements and the Registration Cancellation for Nonpayment policy.
  • Agency funded students, as well as students receiving federal and state financial aid, are responsible for any balance remaining after their term award has been subtracted.
  • Monies owed to the college are subtracted first from financial aid allocations.
  • It is the responsibility of the student to ensure their agency authorization reaches the campus prior to the published due dates. This should be in the form of a guaranteeing document stating that the tuition will be paid by the designated agency.
  • A late fee of $50 is charged to students whose tuition is not paid in full or who have not enrolled in the NELNET Business Solutions, formerly FACTS, Automatic Payment Plan by the 28th calendar day of the term. In addition, by the 28th calendar day of the term all NELNET/FACTS Payment Plan Agreement balances should be equal to the student’s SCC account balance. If a balance remains on a student’s SCC account at the completion of their NELNET/FACTS agreement, a $50 late fee may be charged.
  • Students who have any outstanding debts at the college will not be allowed to register for classes or obtain a college transcript.
  • A senior citizen (62 or older) will be charged based on the type of course. Please see the section titled “Admission for Senior Citizens” in the Becoming a Student area of this handbook.
  • Failure to meet minimum payment criteria will result in cancellation of all course registrations. Students must monitor their account status online. Tuition and fee statements are not mailed.