Important Enrollment and Payment Information

Important changes have been made in the student enrollment and payment processes for Spring 2011. Deadlines for payment have changed that can affect your access to student records and your enrollment in courses at Tulsa Community College.

Student holds - Any student enrolling at Tulsa Community College must now have a zero balance on his/her student account in order to enroll for the upcoming semester. Students with outstanding balances will have holds placed on their records and will not be able to enroll for the upcoming term or obtain their official College records until their balance is paid in full.

Pay outstanding balance - Before attempting to enroll for an upcoming semester, log in to to check your account balance. Payments may be made online through self-service or in the Bursar Office on any campus.

Enroll now and pay before Jan. 4, 2011 - Once you enroll you must do one of the following by end of business Jan. 3, 2011: (1) pay in full either online through or at one of the campus Bursar Offices. (2) sign up for a tuition payment plan through Self-Service Student Account System (click on Student tab, go to “Student Account”), or (3) have TCC approved financial aid or provide proof of a qualified third party payment to the Campus Bursar Office. If one of these three options is not complete, your class(es) will be dropped for non-payment (DNP) on Jan. 4, 2011.

Students who have been packaged for financial aid for spring and have a current balance should provide evidence of their package to the Bursar's office. At that time the Bursar will remove the hold for spring enrollment. If the individual continues to receive communications regarding an unpaid balance from fall through this semester and they have already presented evidence of being packaged for aid for the spring semester, they should disregard the messages. However, once the spring semester begins, they will be expected to ensure their fall balance is addressed.

To view your bill or enroll in a payment plan, click the “student account” link or the “account balance” link on TCC does not mail paper statements.

Always check your class schedule before logging out to ensure you have successfully added or dropped courses. To adjust your schedule or drop from classes use the add/drop link on the registration tab in

Students with approved financial aid or a qualified third party payment agreement are responsible for dropping courses prior to the refund deadline in order to avoid charges. Consult the TCC catalog or click on "Academic Calendar" under About TCC for more information.

TCC officially communicates with students through their MyTCC email account provided by the College. You must regularly check e-mails or log in to MyTCC for important college information.