The Business Office is here to help you Understand the Finances of your College Education
- Payment Plans
- Other Billing Transactions
Reserve Fall and Spring Classes Reservation
Students may secure their classes by just paying the registration fee/deposit. (The deposit is based on the amount of credits you register) This deposit will hold your classes, but is not refundable if one or more classes are dropped. For more information, contact the Business Office, room E103 for complete information and deadlines.
Students whose payment is not received the same day of registration may have their course registrations canceled.
Tuition Payment Plan
Fall, Spring, and Summer: Students who enroll for 3 credits or more may request a tuition payment plan. Additional details. Please visit or call the Business Office in room E103 for complete information.
Winter Sessions: No payment plan is available. Full payment is due the same day of registration. Inability to make the payment will cancel your class(es).
Find out your estimated costs by using our Net Price Calculator.
Connecticut War Veterans and Connecticut National Guard Members
For Fall and Spring only: Veterans must present Form DD-214 and complete a Tuition Waiver Form in the Records Office prior to registration. If approved, tuition will be waived but registration fees and mandatory fees are still the responsibility of the student. National Guard Members can register and pay the registration fees and must have their certification submitted to the Business Office before the balance due date. Connecticut veterans who have applied for the post-9/11 CH33 GI Bill and have submitted a Certificate of Eligibility to the Records Office will pay their course fees and have their tuition reimbursed when NCC receives payment from the Federal Government. Non-resident CH33 veterans will pay tuition and fees and will be reimbursed when NCC receives payment from the Federal Government. For Summer and Winter Veterans and National Guard tuition waiver doesn’t apply.
Senior Citizen Waiver
Connecticut Senior Citizens 62 and older pay no tuition fees, with the exception of supplemental and material fees if applicable. Courses are on a space available basis to be determined by Senior Registration Day (check date/time online and at the Business Office). To finalize the senior registration process, proof of age (driver’s license) and a Waiver of Tuition and Fees form must be signed at the Business Office when registering as a Senior for the first time. A senior citizen may register early by paying for the course; however, paying for the course negates the senior waiver for that course. No refund will be issued if the course is dropped, then re-added on senior registration day.
Audit a Course
Students have the option to audit a course. However, full tuition and fees are charged for courses audited. Audit status allows students to participate in class activities without being required to meet the examination requirements of the course. Students may ask to have papers critiqued, but faculty members are not required to grade an auditor’s course work. A student who wishes to change from credit to audit status must request this, using forms available in the Records Office, within the first four weeks of the beginning of the course (29% of the total class meeting time). Students auditing a course may not change back to credit status.