STUDENT FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Paying your tuition and fees in full by the specified due date on your bill is your responsibility. Education is an investment in your future. Assuming personal responsibility for paying your tuition and fees promptly is an integral part of the educational process at CCRI.
Paid in full is defined as having made full payment by cash, check, or credit card, enrollment in CCRI's approved payment plan, an official College financial aid award (aid or loan), or an authorization for payment by a third party.
Students are responsible for dropping all courses they are not planning to attend and are responsible for payment of courses in which they are enrolled. Students should NOT assume they will be dropped from a class for non-payment, as there are many factors that will determine whether and when a student is dropped for non-payment. It is the student's responsibility to verify his or her enrollment status. To verify enrollment status, students can view their schedules in MyCCRI at myccri.ccri.edu.
Students who do not meet their financial obligations to CCRI will be denied a variety of student services including access to grades, future enrollment, and issuance of transcripts. Delinquent accounts will be reported to national credit bureaus and could possibly damage your credit rating.
Registration fees are not refunded after classes begin. Part time students adding a class after classes begin may be charged the full time registration fee if they reach or exceed 12 credit hours at the end of any calendar day. Course swaps must be completed on the same day in order to avoid the possibility of incurring the full time fee.
All past due semester balances must be paid by cash, money order, certified check, or credit card. No personal checks will be accepted. Please note that students who owe a delinquent balance may make partial payments but a hold will remain on the account until the balance is entirely alleviated.