Future Students

Summer 2016 - Payment Plan - Credit Classes Only

2016 SUMMER TERM REGISTRATION BEGAN AT 8:30 A.M.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 09, 2016

All credit students whose financial accounts with AACC are up-to-date can participate in our interest-free Tuition Payment Plan. Simply login to MyAACC and click on Menu. Then select Self Services > Credit Students > Financial Information > Pay My Bill. You may also make your payment in person at the Cashier's office or by phone (410-777-2236) following the Account Due Dates by Term Payment Schedule below. If you register and do not make a payment by the due date, and do not have approved and documented financial aid and/or tuition assistance, you risk being dropped from your classes. There is no Automatic Payment Plan by which AACC takes your payments automatically.

Web Registration through MyAACC - Payment information is at the bottom of the page once registration is submitted.  Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on Pay My Bill. Credit Cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express), Check Debit Cards (with Visa/MasterCard logo) and Electronic Checks are the only forms of payment accepted on the Web.  For Electronic Checks you will need routing, account and check numbers, as well as, name and address that appear on check.

If you are paying with cash you must come to the Cashier's office located in the Student Services Center on the Arnold campus.

VERY IMPORTANT

Depending on when you register, partial or full payment may be due. Students who do not make any required payment or do not have approved and documented financial aid and/or tuition assistance risk their classes being dropped. To pay your bill by phone or for information regarding the application or notification of approved and documented financial aid and/or tuition assistance contact the Cashier's office at 410-777-2236.

ALL PRIOR SEMESTERS MUST BE PAID IN FULL BEFORE PAYMENT WILL BE ACCEPTED ON FUTURE TERMS.

If you choose to participate in the payment plan rather than pay in full the amount you pay depends on when you register.  See table below.

ACCOUNT DUE DATES BY TERM PAYMENT SCHEDULE
Registration Dates Due at Registration Due: May 2 Due: June 1 Due: July 1
 3/09 - 4/29  0%  40%  30%  30%
 4/30 - 5/27  40%  N/A  30%  30%
 5/28 - 6/24  70%  N/A  N/A  30%
 After June 24  100%  N/A  N/A  N/A

TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR A REFUND: You must file a drop/add form with the Records and Registration office, or at MyAACC to officially drop a class by the deadline.  Refund Deadlines are published in the schedule of classes and are also list below. If you stop attending a class but do not officially drop the class, you continue to be financially responsible for all tuition and fees and receive a failing grade.  Classes dropped prior to the Refund Deadlines are eligible for a full refund. Students are provided a full refund when the college cancels a class.

REFUND DEADLINES

 FOR CLASSES SCHEDULED TO MEET EIGHT WEEKS OR MORE FOR CLASSES SCHEDULED TO MEET SEVEN WEEKS OR FEWER
  • Students may drop the class for five calendar days after the date of the first scheduled class meeting and receive a full refund.
  • Students may drop the class for two calendar days after the date of the first scheduled class meeting and receive a full refund. No refunds will be given after that date.
  • Students have five additional calendar days to withdraw from the class and receive a 60% reduction of the tuition, general student fees and lab fees charged for the class.
  • For hybrid and online classes, the first day of the session is considered the first scheduled class meeting.
  • If a student withdraws more than 10 calendar days after the date of the first scheduled class meeting, no refunds will be issued.
 
  • For hybrid and online classes, the first day of the session is considered the first scheduled class meeting.
 
 

PENALTY FEES ON PAYMENT PLAN: Payments received after the deadlines for the subsequent payments are subject to a $10 late payment fine.

PAST-DUE ACCOUNT FEES: Bills not paid in full by the due date are subject to late fines and collection fees.  If your account is turned over to a collection agency, you are financially responsible for all tuition and fees, late fines and reasonable attorney's fees, as well as, collection costs. The college will also hold your transcripts and prevent you from registering for all future semesters.


There are a few select Noncredit, Continuing Education courses eligible for an outsourced payment plan. For information regarding the selected courses and the outsourced payment plan, go to Continuing Education Payment Plan or call Continuing Education Office at 410-777-2325

No student should be restricted from attending because of limited financial resources.  We offer numerous programs to assist you in meeting your financial obligations.  To learn more about grants, scholarships, loans and employment programs, contact the Financial Aid Office at 410-777-2203