Billing Process

  • Method of Billing
    • The College delivers an electronic schedule bill (Ebill) via the student's College email account prior to the beginning of each semester. Updated electronic schedule bills are delivered via the student's College email account as additional charges or credits are assessed. Paper statements are not mailed.
      Tuition is due:
      • August 20 - Fall
      • January 5 - Spring
      • May 10 - Summer
  • Finance Fees are assessed
    • The College may impose a finance fee on the student's account balance if the balance is not paid by the due date as determined by the College. The finance fee will be .66% of the prior month's statement balance after deducting payments received and credits applied. The college reserves the right to delay or waive finance charges in certain circumstances at its discretion.
  • When holds are placed
    • Registration holds will be placed on accounts with balances of $500.00 or more prior to registration. Students with registration holds are able to view their holds on the OneStop pag in Cor.
  • In House Pre-Collections
    • Failure to make payment on or before the due date shall constitute a default. If an account is in default, the College reserves the right to take steps to demand payment of the entire balance and collect the amount due. The College may cancel the student's registration for the current term, prevent a student from registering for a future term, withhold a student's academic transcript or diploma, remove a student from campus housing, or turn a student's account over to a collection agency and take legal action to collect the balance due. Students may be charged for expenses incurred by the College in collecting delinquent accounts, including collection agency fees and reasonable legal fees. This agreement shall be interpreted under the laws of the state of Minnesota and all disputes shall be resolved by a court of competent jurisdiction in the state of Minnesota. Delinquent accounts are handled by The College's Collections Coordinator for one month prior to assigning them to a collection agency.