Student Payment Options
Cash, checks, money orders, VISA, and MasterCard are accepted.
Payments can be made in the Cashier’s Office, located in the Jernigan Building,
Checks or money orders are accepted.
Payments can be mailed to the Cashier’s Office at:
Roanoke-Chowan Community College
109 Community College Rd.
Ahoskie, NC 27910
The registration from/student schedule must be attached or the Student’s ID #, the term/semester, and student’s phone # must be included.
VISA and MasterCard payments are accepted.
Contact the Cashier at 252-862-1214. You will need to provide your student ID #, your birth date, or address (to verify that the payment is posted to the correct student); the term/semester you wish to pay for.
Approved Financial Aid (Scholarships, Grants, Loans, etc.) are applied automatically to your student account, if all necessary requirements have been met with the Financial Aid Office.
If your financial aid award does not cover ALL of the tuition, fees, and book charges, you MUST make payment arrangements with the Cashier for the outstanding balance. Cashier’s Office 252-862-1214.
To discuss your financial aid, contact the Financial Aid Office at 252-862-1244 or 252-862-1246.
Third Party/Sponsorship Agreements
A student’s tuition, fees, and/or books may be covered through an agreement
with the local Employment Security Commission, an employer, Veteran’s Affairs,
and other agencies and/or companies.
The sponsorship agreement must be received by the Finance Office before
classes begin for the academic semester begins. All questions or concerns can
be directed to the Accounting Technician, located in the Jernigan Building, Room
102; at 252-862-1229; email@example.com
Outstanding student balances not paid by the sponsor within 60 days of
receiving the invoice will be placed back on the student’s account and subject
to the College’s debt collections policy.
Student Payment Plan
Download Automatic Payment Plan Brochure to review the Roanoke-Chowan
Community College Payment Plan Information.
Easy online enrollment
Monthly payment plan
Flexible payment options
Automatic bank payment (ACH)
Credit card/debit card
Payments are processed on the 5th of each month and will continue until the
balance is paid in full.
$25 enrollment fee per semester (ACH &/or credit card)
$2 enrollment fee for an immediate full payment
$30 returned payment fee if payment is returned for insufficient funds
Steps to Enroll
Before enrolling you will need:
1. Student ID#,
2. Student’s date of birth,
3. Banking information, credit card, or debit card
4. Cost of tuition and fees for the semester
*Books/supplies may not be included in this payment plan.
Availability of e-Cashier is determined by Roanoke-Chowan Community College and has been pre-set with the company Nelnet Business Solutions. Please be aware that the College may elect not to have e-Cashier available during specific times and dates during registration.
Points to Remember
It is the student’s responsibility to confirm with the Finance Office that his/her account has been set up properly and will cover the tuition and fees for the semester to ensure that his/her schedule does not get purged from the system.
Financial Aid is not considered earned until the Financial Aid Office verifies attendance and requests for awards to be applied to student accounts. Students with financial aid should understand that aid will not be applied to their account until the disbursement date published on the College academic calendar and therefore any payments they have contracted with e-Cashier (Nelnet) to draft from their account will continue and be posted on schedule. Once financial aid is actually applied to their account, then the balance that Nelnet reflects will be adjusted.
Please do not assume that your balance will automatically be adjusted if you add or drop a class or if you receive financial aid. You should review your agreement balance online through your MYFACTS Account or call the Roanoke-Chowan Community College Finance Office at 252-862-1229 to confirm the change. Once e-Cashier has been turned off for a semester, a student can not make changes; however, in some cases the Finance Office can adjust the account if given permission in writing by the student.