Late Payment Fee
A late payment fee of $25 is assessed on each deferred tuition payment not made by the due dates. This fee is also assessed on contracts from previous terms that are past due.
Determination of Residency
To qualify as a local or state resident, the student must have resided in Oregon for the past 90 days. Border state (California, Idaho, Nevada, and Washington) students pay in-state tuition.
Adding or Dropping a Class
Students wishing to change their schedule by adding or dropping classes, in accordance with the Academic Calendar, need to do so via their My.OregonCoast accounts.
The deferred tuition program permits an opportunity to extend tuition and fee payments. Education expenses are payable on scheduled due dates. If you withdraw after the refund period, you remain responsible for the balance of your deferred payments.
Individuals failing to meet the scheduled payment due date will forfeit future participation in the deferred tuition program. The first missed payment deadline will result in a one-term suspension, a second missed the deadline will result in a permanent suspension of eligibility in the deferred tuition program. Deferred tuition payments can be made at any college center or mailed to OCCC, Attn: Business Office, 400 SE College Way, Newport, OR 97366. All payments must be received by the contracted due date.
To help students better navigate Financial Aid and other payment questions, OCCC created the ‘Pay Your Way to Success’ policy. Pay in full or make college-approved payment arrangements by the Thursday prior to the start of the term to avoid being automatically dropped from your classes. Your registration is secure if you have a financial aid award letter, have set up a college-approved payment plan, have arranged with Accounts Receivable for a third party payment, or have a scholarship that will cover your student account balance for the term.
For more information, please watch a brief video about Pave Your Way to Success.
By registering for a class at Oregon Coast Community College, you have incurred a legal obligation to pay all tuition, fees, and any other charges relating to your enrollment, even if your charges are being paid by another party. Unless you officially drop your courses within the full refund period each term, you are obligated to meet the payment deadline found on the academic calendar. If you have a balance due, your account may be turned over to the Oregon Department of Revenue for collections. Additional late charges and fees will result.
Late Payment Fee
Payments may be made by any of the following methods:
- Credit Cards: Discover, VISA & MasterCard
- Cash: US funds only
- Checks: Personal checks, travelers’ checks, cashiers checks, and money orders are accepted. Make check payable to Oregon Coast Community College. A $25 charge and all collection costs, including court costs, will be charged on returned checks. After receiving two returned checks from you, all future payments must be made by cash, credit card, or cashiers check. Personal checks will no longer be accepted. Returned checks of any nature, including NSF and stop payment, do not cancel your financial obligation for payment.
- Financial Aid: Financial aid awards will be applied to your account. You are responsible for any remaining balance. Financial aid funds in excess of the student account balance will be refunded.
- Alternate Funding Source/Third Party Payments: Present official payment authorization to Kori Copp, Accounting Specialist (541-867-8551). Note: You can use the mail slot in the Commons at OCCC’s Central County Campus to leave paperwork for Kori. If you have questions, please contact Kori Copp directly.
Installment Payment Plan (Deferred Payment Plan)
- you must register using your social security number
- a $20 processing fee will be charged
- a minimum payment of 1/3 plus the $20 processing fee must be made by Thursday prior to the beginning of classes each term
- the remaining balance, after the down payment, will be divided into two equal installments. A late payment charge of $25 will be added to the outstanding balance for each installment that is not made by the due date
- any balance remaining on the last day of the term may immediately be referred to a collection agency, the Oregon Department of Revenue, or an attorney for collection. Collection and/or attorney fees will be added to the outstanding balance
- any balance due may be deducted from all financial assistance or scholarships awarded to you
- you will not be allowed to register for subsequent terms until your account is paid in full
NOTE: The Installment Payment Plan is not available to:
- students receiving full funding from financial assistance, scholarships, or alternate source
- students owing less than $100