Your course schedule and your money are both valuable to you. Protect them both.
Secure your spring term enrollment by paying before the Spring Early Registration payment deadline of 8 p.m. on Jan. 5. After Jan. 5, any new course registration should be paid at the time of registration. Payment plans are available online and require a promissory note and initial payment of 50 percent of the tuition and fee charges plus a $25 fee.
Students with financial aid are responsible for fulfilling all eligibility requirements for their aid, including course registration status and sufficient funding to cover all charges on the student account. Students with third party funding must provide eligibility documentation for the third party funds to the Bursar/Cashier Office each term.
Prepare for a successful academic term and maximize your educational dollars. Before each term begins:
- Make note of payment deadlines and comply with them. You worked hard to select the courses that meet your needs. Pay by deadlines to protect your courses.
- Verify your courses meet your schedule needs, including the time, campus and level.
- If you need to make changes to your schedule, make those changes before midnight of the day before the term begins.
- If you drop a course after the term begins, the refund for the course is reduced to 70 percent or less.
Being prepared to attend the first day of the course increases your academic success and saves you money. For more information on payments or refunds, visit www.collin.edu/gettingstarted/bursar/index.html.