The Bursar's Office serves as Institution Cashier, responsible for accurately receipting, recording and depositing the collection of Institution monies. We maintain bill, collect student account receivables and provide customer service.
are paid on a semester basis at the time of registration. The precise
amount of a student's fees depends upon a number of things, the most important
of which include the following:
- The number of courses taken
- The number of credit hours assigned to the courses
- The residence status of the student
is the responsibility of the student to be informed of and to observe all
regulations and procedures regarding the tuition of fees and the
entitlement of refunds.
Deferred Tuition Plan
A minimum payment of 65% of all tuition and fees must be paid at the time of registration.
Outstanding balances that are not paid on or before the published due
date will be placed on a Financial Hold and charged a $20 default fee. All
student accounts remaining delinquent at the end of the semester (please
refer to college calendar for specific date) will be charged an additional
semester delinquency fee of $30.
Note: ALL RETURNING STUDENTS WHO HAVE AN
OUTSTANDING BALANCE MUST PAY 100% OF
THEIR OUTSTANDING BALANCE BEFORE THEY CAN REGISTER FOR
THE CURRENT SEMESTER.
Payment by Check
Personal checks must be drawn on a bank in Michigan and must
have a preprinted name and account number on them. If the writer of
the check is a person other than the student, the student must present
the writer's ID. The student must have adequate picture identification
and endorse the check. Any one of the following forms of
identification is acceptable: driver’s license, military service ID, picture
charge cards, employment picture ID card, state picture ID card or
Payment of Tuition and Fees
All tuition, fees and deposits are due at the time of registration.
Students that opt for the deferred tuition payment plan must pay a
minimum of 65% of total tuition and fee(s) for the current term. Payments may be made
online by check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, American
Express, or ATM debit transfer.
Cashless Registration Process
The District does not accept cash. Students may opt to pay by check, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American
Express or ATM debit transfer. The District Bookstores provide
loadable debit cards for a nominal fee. It is recommended that the
student review the cost of tuition and fees in the class schedule
before registering. Where applicable, please remember to
consider the fees for student activities, labs, admissions and
registration when calculating tuition costs.
Returned Check Policy
Students are liable for all amounts pertaining to any bank
rejected checks, including online payments, which includes but is not necessarily limited to the
- The amount of the rejected check
- A $20 District service fee for NSF (bad check) processing
- Charges assessed by the external check guarantee company
utilized by the District.
- A $30 deliquency fee.
ALL CHECKS WRITTEN TO THE DISTRICT ARE VERIFIED BY AN
EXTERNAL CHECK GUARANTEE AGENCY. ALL RETURNED CHECKS ARE SUBJECT TO THE AGENCY’S COLLECTION FEES.
STOP PAYMENT OF CHECK DOES NOT INITIATE
CANCELLATION OF CLASSES. YOU MUST OFFICIALLY
WITHDRAW FROM YOUR CLASSES, BY COMPLETING AN
Important Registration Information
You are officially registered when the registration staff enters your
classes into the registration system or once you click the“submit” button
if registering online. You
must pay at least 65% of your tuition and fees at the time of registration.
Once you are officially registered, you are responsible for all tuition and fees incurred including the non-refundable registration fee. You must officially withdraw from your class(es) within the refund
period to be eligible for any refund. The unpaid balance of tuition and
fees is still due when you drop a course after the refund period ends.
Therefore, any course dropped after the 50% refund period
must be paid for in FULL.
Withdrawing from Classes
Officially withdrawing from classes may entitle students to full or
partial refunds. See refund table for important dates
and percentages of tuition refund.
Classes cancelled by the District will result in a 100% refund. The
District reserves the right to cancel classes. Students substituting
another course must process a drop/add form as soon as possible
without additional charge for the added class. If students do not wish
to substitute another course, a refund is automatic and there is no
need to process a drop/add form. The refund will be mailed to the
student approximately 3-5 weeks after the first day of the semester. Classes dropped by the
student after the refund deadlines will result in ‘‘no refund.” Tuition,
student activity fees, technology fee, and all course designated fees
are refundable within the deadline requirements. However,
registration, drop/add and deferred fees are not refundable
unless the College cancels one or all of a student's classes.
This class schedule is for information purposes only and does not constitute
a contract. The College reserves the right to change, modify or alter
without notice all fees, charges, tuition, expenses and costs of any kind
and further reserves the right to add or delete, without notice, any course
offering or information contained in this schedule.
WCCCD reserves the right to assign instructional staff and to eliminate,
cancel, phase out or reduce course sizes and/or programs for financial,
curricular or programmatic reasons.
For more information, please contact (313)496-2562.