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Ways to pay for your education


Fall 2015              
​When you register for classes, you will need to make payment arrangements.  

Fall 2015​​ ​Semester
Your Registration Date Your Down Payment
Before August 7 10% of balance + $30 fee​
​August 8 - August 24 10% of balance + $30 fee​
​After August 25 25% of balance​ + $30 fee
      
Note: Allow 48 hours for the tuition payment plan to be processed.

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Ways to Pay for Your Education

Automatic Tuition Monthly Payment Plan
Pay your tuition online through e-Cashier, which provides easy online enrollment, a monthly payment plan, flexible payment options, and no interest. Click here​ to learn more.


Pay in full
Payments in full may be made by cash, check, money-order, or credit card (VISA, MasterCard, American Express). You may make your payment online at My.CCC.edu or at the Business Office window.

Scholarships
Scholarships and grants provide money to help pay for college, and don't have to be repaid. Click here to learn more about available scholarships. Get access to thousands of dollars in scholarships and grants with just a few clicks!

Financial Aid
The Financial Aid Offices at City Colleges of Chicago work closely with students and families to provide financial assistance in the form of grants, loans and work-study from federal and state resources. The Financial Aid Office is your guide to help you make college affordable. Visit your College's Financial Aid office for more information about the financial aid process.

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