The Bursar’s Office is responsible for the billing and collection of tuition and fees on student accounts. We have offices at all four campus locations. Hours for each location vary and are listed under the Contact Information on the bottom right of this page.
Important Information - Change in Hours
All offices are closed on January 20.
From Tuesday, January 21 - Thursday, January 23 all Bursar's Offices will be open until 6:45pm.
Normal operating hours resume on Friday, January 24.
Waiver Day Tips:
· Register for classes on Waiver Day, not before.
· Complete the FAFSA before Waiver Day (1/16/20). Print & bring the confirmation page.
· For Unemployment Waivers, request a DLT-467 between 11/22/19 and 1/16/20.
Bring the DLT-
467 to CCRI on Waiver Day.
· Print & Complete the waiver form (follow the links below). Bring the completed
form to CCRI on
· Remember to bring your 2018 Federal tax form and W2.
· Be prepared to pay for all other fees assessed.
How to Pay
The College provides you with many ways to pay your bill. You can pay online through your MyCCRI account, or, you may pay by cash, check, money order, and some credit cards or by enrolling in EasyPay our deferred payment plan.
e-Refunds are here! The CCRI Bursar's Office is pleased to announce it has upgraded its system to allow students to have their refunds deposited directly into a U.S. checking or savings account. This e-Refund option is now available visit the e-refund page to sign up.
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.
The 1098-T Tax Forms for 2018 will be available by the end of January. CCRI has partnered with Heartland ECSI to administer the 1098-T process. Please refer to their website at www.ecsi.net/taxinfo.html or call 1-866-428-1098 with any questions. Note - The reporting method for the 1098-T form has changed since last year. For more information view Understanding Your 1098-T.