PAY YOUR TUITION BILL
If you are an accepted student, you will be billed prior to the beginning of the semester. All tuition bills are sent to the student’s Cayuga Community College email account. Information on the student email account is located on the home page of the Student Services tab in myCayuga.
Please remember that your Cayuga email address is a valid and official method of College communication. Tuition bills can be paid by cash or check (to Cayuga Community College) at Student Accounts. Credit card payments must be made online through your myCayuga account.
Failure to pay the bill by the due date will result in de-registration of classes and a hold will be placed on your account.Delinquent accounts will be forwarded to a collection agency. The collection agency will add a fee of up to 35% and report the account to credit bureaus. The student will be responsible for the balance due and any collection fees associated with the account.
MULTIPLE WAYS TO PAY YOUR TUITION BILL
A student can pay in person with cash or check at the Business Office on either campus.
A student can pay online by e-check or credit card using their Nelnet payment plan.
Confirming Charges every semester is an essential part of enrolling at Cayuga.
A student has the ability to add authorized payers or parents.
A student can arrange for a payment plan through the Nelnet Tuition Payment Plan. You can also set up automatic deductions.
International students can use Flywire to streamline the tuition payment process.
Delinquent accounts will be forwarded to a collection agency. The collection agency will add a fee of up to 35% and report the account to credit bureaus. The student will be responsible for the balance due and any collection fees associated with the account. Contact the Student Accounts office at 315-294-8450, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
You can also pay tuition automatically through one of our payment plans offered through Nelnet Business Solutions. There are payment plans available for Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. There is no plan available for Intersession. Contact the Student Accounts office at 315-294-8450, or e-mail email@example.com with questions.
If you find it necessary to withdraw from College, you must complete a withdrawal form in consultation with a counselor, and submit that completed form to the Registrar’s Office. Failure to attend class, notifying an office other than the Registrar’s Office, or only informing your instructor, does not constitute an official withdrawal for refund purposes. You may not withdraw from a course or the College by leaving a voice mail message. Tuition refunds are determined by the date Student Engagement, or Financial Aid receives the notification. All payments made with a credit card will be refunded to the credit card utilized for the payment.