Spring Quarter 2019
|Registration transaction date||Payment deadline|
|Feb 8 - Feb 11||Within 9 calendar days of each course registration (extended from 7 days due to weather closure)|
|Feb 12||Feb 20|
|Feb 12 through March 19||Within 7 calendar days (of each course registration)|
|March 20 through March 26||March 27|
|March 27 and after||Same day as registration|
- You are responsible for paying your tuition by the applicable payment deadline to avoid being withdrawn from your classes due to non-payment, even if you receive financial aid
- If you are unable to pay the entire tuition amount you may benefit from the Nelnet tuition payment plan: For a $25 administrative fee it may be possible to arrange automatic withdrawal from a checking or credit card account.
- Please note that registering for additional classes at a later date does not extend the initial course payment deadline. Dropping and re-adding the same class does not extend the payment deadline.
- Classes dropped for nonpayment by the Registration office will incur a drop fee if classes have been dropped for nonpayment in the past. Unpaid balances may be subject to collections and you may be responsible for any collection and legal fees.
You may login to web registration to pay for tuition, fees and textbooks using your Visa, MasterCard or Discover. American Express cards are not accepted. Procedures for logging in and paying online are outlined in the How Web Registration Works section. Sign-up for the automatic tuition payment plan.
Paying In Person
Come to the BC Student Financial Services office in Building B—first floor. Visit the Student Financial Services website for hours and other payment information
New option: Pay in full with your bank account.
If you have not paid by the deadline, the college may drop you from some or all of your classes. If you are dropped from classes for nonpayment, the college will notify you by e-mail to your official BC email address. A withdrawal fee will be charged and must be paid if you have ever been dropped for nonpayment in the past. Unpaid balances may be subject to collections and you may be responsible for any collection and legal fees
Last Updated February 12, 2019