Students are required to secure payment the same day they enroll in classes.
At the time of enrollment, students must have a completed financial aid file, pay in full or sign up for the payment plan ($35 non-refundable required to set-up).
- Financial Aid
If your financial aid file is complete, a financial aid award will appear in your
myMCCKC StudentCenter account under "View Financial Aid;" that amount will be subtracted
from the amount you owe. If what you owe is more, you must pay the balance or sign-up
for the online payment plan.
- Pay in Full
Online: Pay at myMCCKC with credit/debit card (Mastercard, Visa, or Discover) or from a savings/checking
account. You can also authorize someone else to pay at www.mcckc.edu/payment.
In person: Pay on any MCC campus, cash only, at the cashier's/business office.
- Payment Plan
A payment plan is available at myMCCKC that allows you to pay tuition and fees in three payments. To set up the payment
plan a $35 non-refundable fee is required.
Priority dates for A+ students are the same as for all students and are listed in the chart below:
If you do not meet the Priority Dates above, you will be responsible for paying tuition and fees by the MCC fee deadline (Fall
is July 15; Spring is Dec. 15; Summer is May 15). You may receive a refund if you enroll and complete your financial aid and any MCC paperwork
by the final A+ deadline below:
Failure to meet these deadlines will result in loss of A+ benefit for the current
term of enrollment.
Know the limits of A+ :
A+ will not pay for a class (classes) if:
- You enroll after the final A+ deadline (Fall - Sept. 15; Spring - Feb. 15; Summer
- June 15).
- You are a returning student and your cumulative grade point average (GPA) is below
- You are repeating a class - either to change a grade (F, D, C, B, A) or because the
previous class was dropped after the 100% refund period.
- You have completed 105% of the hours requried for the program in which you are currently
- You have earned a certificate or degree.
- It has been more than 48 months since you graduated from high school.
- You did not successfully complete one or more courses for which A+ has paid; therefore,
your A+ benefits will be reduced by the cost of that course(s) not completed in the