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When and Where to Pay

When to Pay 

For continuing education classes, tuition is due when you register.

For credit classes, the date your tuition will be due depends on when you register for classes. If you register early, you’ll have more time to pay your tuition. Get more information about payment due dates for credit classes.

Where to Pay

See the Continuing Education Registration page for information on where to pay for continuing education classes.

If you are taking credit classes, after you have completed the registration process, you can pay for classes in one of three ways:

  1. In person

    You can pay in person at the Business/Cashier Office during normal business hours.
  2. Online

    You can pay online with eConnect, our secure online services, through the day of your payment due date (login required).
  3. By mail

    You can pay by mail to the Business/Cashier Office. Your payment must be received by close of business on the payment due date.

How to Pay

Learn about the payment methods we accept and payment plans for credit classes that let you pay your tuition in installments.

Disbursements and Refunds

Refunds and disbursements are handled differently depending on whether you are a credit student or a continuing education student.

The Business Office is committed to supporting students and staff by providing excellent customer service and continuously improving our services to support student and employee success.

The Business Office and cashiers provide services in the following areas.

  • Processing payments and refunds
  • Tuition Installment Plans
  • Higher One Money Card
  • College Purchasing
The Business Office hours of operation mirror the Student Services Center hours of operation.

Questions?

Business Office
Bldg. S, Room S057
bhcCashier@dcccd.edu
972-860-4814

Cashiers
972-860-4819

Willadean S. Martin
director, business operations
dMartin1@dcccd.edu