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Cloud County Community College

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Tuition and Payments

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  • 1. Log onto your iCloud account
  • 2. Select the "Students" tab
  • 3. Next select "Student Accounts" from the left menu
  • 4. Then select "Course and Fee Statement" from "My Account Info"
  • 5. Now click "Generate my Course and Fee Statement" and click on "View my Course and Fee Statement"



Student Account Enrollment Procedures - Spring 2017
Students must pay in full or make payment arrangements 5 business days prior to the first day of classes. Failure to pay or make payment arrangements by this deadline will result in the student being dropped from classes.

Payment Methods:

#1: Pay in Full
-Through iCloud account (credit card or bank account)
-Via phone (credit card only)
-Mail (check)
-On Campus (cash, check, or credit card)

#2: FACTS Payment Plan          

-Setup online via iCloud by the student
-Monthly automatic drafts from a bank account or credit card designated by the student

#3: Third Party Payment

-Must be verified with the business office

#4: Financial Aid

-Students are responsible for completing the FAFSA application each academic year. Awarded grants and scholarships will be posted as anticipated aid beginning December 16, 2016. For students requesting loans, a completed Master Promissory Note, Entrance Counseling and Loan Request Form must be on file before loans will be sent as anticipated aid.
-Students submitting required financial aid information after January 5, 2017, may result in delayed posting of anticipated aid to the student account. These students should plan on making payment arrangements prior to January 11, 2017, to insure they are not dropped from classes. Financial Aid students are responsible to pay balances beyond the anticipated aid.

Make check or money order payable to CCCC and send to:

CCCC Business Office
P.O. Box 1002

Concordia, KS 66901

or call payment information in to:
785 -243-1435 ext. 205


December 16, 2016 - Anticipated spring financial aid and charges will appear on student accounts.
January 3, 2017 - Business office begins sending email notifications regarding payment arrangements.
January 11, 2017 - Spring payment due
January 18, 2017 - Spring classes begin