Avoid the Drop for Nonpayment
To protect your classes from being dropped for nonpayment, you must adhere to the following schedule:
|If you registered from:||Your bill is due:||Courses will be dropped on:|
|November 14 to December 20, 2012||January 3, 2013||January 10, 2013 at 11 p.m.|
|December 21, 2012 to January 6, 2013||January 18, 2013||January 24, 2013 at 11 p.m.|
|January 7 to January 28, 2013||Due Upon Registration||
Two days after registration
A final drop for nonpayment will occur on February 4, 2013
for any other unpaid registrations not previously dropped.
If you have not made payment arrangements to satisfy your bill in full by your billing due date, your schedule will be dropped. Scheduled drop dates are posted above.
If you have changed your schedule since you paid your first bill and still have a current balance, you must make payment arrangements to avoid your schedule from being dropped.
CCRI offers many options to help you pay your tuition on time:
- We accept cash, check, money order, Visa, MasterCard and Discover.
- Interest-free monthly payment plan
- Official college financial aid awards (Log on to your MyCCRI account, click the "For Students" tab and then click on "Financial Aid Awards")
- Third party authorizations
Students who have had their schedule dropped must re-enroll and be prepared to pay tuition and fees in full at the time of registration.
Students wishing to use their unemployment, senior citizen or disabled veteran waiver as a payment for classes may do so starting Thursday, January 17. Anyone using a waiver must submit all paperwork and pay their fees at the time of registration or their courses will be dropped per the above schedule. This policy will be strictly enforced. The $30 late fee will be waived for those students utilizing a waiver on Thursday, January 17 only.
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