Payment Methods and Locations
Accepted Payment Methods
- Check (write your student ID number in the memo)
- Money order (include your student ID number)
- Credit/debit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover)
- Online: go to MyCollege and choose "Make a Payment" under the "Financial Information" menu. You can register and pay for classes online even when the college is closed.
- In-person: visit any Central Piedmont Business Office during the hours listed for each campus in the "Contact Us" section
- By mail: Make checks payable to Central Piedmont Community College and send to P.O. Box 35009, Charlotte, NC 28235, attention Cashiering Business Office.
- Tuition payment plan (Nelnet Tuition Payment Plan)
- Financial Aid
- Student Relief Grants
- Sponsorship (third-party payments, including employers, 529 college savings plan, etc.)
- Veterans Affairs Education Benefits
All returned checks, charge cards, and/or debit cards are subject to an insufficient fund fee of $25. This fee, along with the original payment amount, is due within five business days after official notification from the college. These amounts are payable only by cash or money order at the cashier’s office. A hold will be placed on all student records until acceptable payment has been received.
We will send you a weekly notification to your Central Piedmont email regarding your balance due until your balance is paid. If you have not paid your balance after 60 days, we will send you a warning that your unpaid balance will be sent to the North or South Carolina Department of Revenue (depending on your state residency) and to a collection agency. We will also place a hold on your student account that will prevent you from registering for classes or receiving a transcript.
If your outstanding balance is sent to collections, you will need to pay your balance due to the collection agency before you will be able to register for classes or order a transcript. To pay your balance due with the collections agency:
- Access the collection agency website.
- Answer the questions to confirm your identity (e.g., your state of residence, social security number, or account number)
You will then be given payment options or be able to confirm your amount due.