You can check your account balance on eServices to see your tuition costs. You will not receive a billing statement in the mail.. The amount due for tuition and fee charges, on-campus housing or meal charges, and any previously unpaid balances will appear on your account in eServices. You will need to compare your financial aid awards to your billing statement to determine the remaining balance owed.
Please pay on your account at any time; however, your billing statement will show you the exact charges and credits applied to your account on the date the bill was created.
After the fifth class day, students are automatically dropped for non-payment unless they have:
You can make your payment online through E-Services or in person at the Business Office, Room 109 Backes Student Center. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Fridays.
Payments also can be made by mail to the following address:
Itasca Community College
1851 East Highway 169
Grand Rapids, MN 55744
Please make your check or money order payable to Itasca Community College.
If you are unsure of your balance, view your account on eServices.
You will be charged a $30 late fee if you have unpaid charges on your account and have not established an NBS/Nelnet payment plan by the following dates:
If you have an authorization for ICC to bill a sponsoring agency for your tuition and/or fees, you need to bring your authorization to the Business Office, located in Room 109 Backes Student Center. To obtain information about third party billing, please call 218-322-2310.
Most grants, scholarships and loans are applied directly to your account by the Financial Aid Office. If your financial aid pays your bill in full and there is money remaining on your account, you are entitled to a refund.
If your financial aid exceeds your ICC balance owed, you will need to sign up for direct deposit through eServices to receive your excess aid funds. Funds will be available according to the following schedule.
By registering for classes, you enter into a legally binding contract to pay all tuition and fees, including any nonrefundable fees. You also acknowledge that failure to make the required payment by the due date may result in additional late and installment fees, inability to register for classes, and withholding of a transcript and/or diploma.
Your student account is a record of all charges and payments made to your account. Your account includes financial aid payments, including scholarships, grants, loan disbursements, student service fees, technology fees and, if you are living on-campus, your housing room and board.
To check your student account, go to the E-Services section of this website.
In addition to installment fees, late payment fees, and campus meal plan shut-off, a "hold" will be placed on your academic record. This hold must be cleared before you will be allowed to register again or obtain a transcript or diploma. Past due accounts may be subject to handling charges and collection procedures. Collection can include court action and referral to outside collection agencies. You are responsible for any and all costs necessary for the collection of any amount not paid when due.
Once you have registered for classes, you are responsible for all charges on your account. If you decide not to attend ICC, you must drop your classes on-line or contact the Student Services Office at 218-322-2320 to drop your class(es) over the phone BEFORE the semester starts. If the semester has already started, you must contact the Student Services Office to officially withdraw from ICC. You are not automatically officially withdrawn if you do not attend any of your classes.
You must drop classes within five days (short term classes have shorter fee drop periods) of the semester start date to get a 100% refund of your tuition payment. Contacting other offices on campus does not constitute an official drop/withdrawal of classes and will not remove the financial obligation.
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