Payment Options and Responsibilities
Before you can begin your classes you will also be responsible to pay for any tuition and fee cost that your financial aid arrangements have not covered. If you do not pay before the registration/payment deadline of 10 business days before your class begins you will be dropped from your course.
If you have an excess of financial aid in your account before the start of classes you can be issued a book voucher from the business office for use only
on the CBC online bookstore. However, if you do not have an excess of financial aid in your account then you will be responsible for paying for your books.
You can contact the Business Office
to pay over the phone with a credit card or debit card or access your student account through the CBC portal at cbc.edu.
Refund Policy for Withdrawing from a course
Full tuition refunds will be made only if the student completes the withdrawal process from the course prior to the withdraw deadline for the course. The withdraw deadline for full tuition refund is 5 business days prior to the start date of the course. After the withdraw deadline, the student will receive 50% tuition refund if they withdraw from the course. No refunds are given after the start of the second class meeting.
If there are any course materials that were purchased then it will be refunded only if the student withdraws from the course prior to the start of the second class of the course. The course material must be returned in resalable condition. Course material returned in non-resalable condition will result in the student being charged the retail value of the damaged materials.
Course materials will be purchased by the student. It is the student's responsibility to acquire their course materials in a timely manner in order to be prepared for the start of each course.
Payment can be made as follows:
Students should contact the Business Office for detailed information regarding the employer reimbursement and military tuition assistance plans.
All students are required to make payment arrangements in the Business Office no later than 10 business days prior to the start date of each course. If payment arrangements are not made, the student will not be allowed to attend class. If payments are not made in a timely manner or the student's account becomes delinquent, the College reserves the right to remove the student from class. The student will not be allowed to attend future classes until the student's account is paid up to date.