Payment Options

  • After registering for courses, you can secure your seat before your bill due date by choosing from a variety of payment options for students, parents and others to pay tuition and fees.

    The Cashier’s Office has transitioned to an online service delivery system.

    BCCC does not accept cash payments. Tuition and Fees may be paid with major credit cards through CASHNET and by certified check or money order through US Mail.

    Please note: Tuition and Fees paid by certified check or money order will require up to 7 business days to be posted to the student's account.

    Mail your certified check or money order to:

    Baltimore City Community College
    Attn: General Accounting Office
    2901 Liberty Heights Avenue

    Admin. Building, Room 239

    Baltimore, Maryland 21215

    To credit your student account, please include your name and BCCC Student ID# with your payment

    Non-Cash Payment In lieu of Cash

    If you do not have a credit card/debit card, you may purchase a pre-paid/reloadable debit or credit card at any store of your convenience. The pre-paid card can then be used to make payments online via CASHNET.

    It is critical that you maintain your pre-paid/reloadable debit or credit card in a secure location and do not destroy it after use. Applicable refunds are issued to the same card used for payment, therefore, if card is destroyed you may not be able to access your refund.

    If you have any inquires related to your student payments, please send us an email at studentaccounting@bccc.edu.


    You will be dropped from all of your courses if you have not paid your account balance in full or have not established a payment plan before each session drop date. Please note that the Registration Fee is Non-Refundable.


    Pay by a Deferred Payment Plan

    The deferred payment plan allows for tuition, fees, textbooks and supplies to be paid in monthly interest-free payments for a $50 enrollment fee each semester. Payments are automatically deducted from a checking, savings, or credit card account. For details click on the link: Deferred Payment Plan. Enroll online between 4 a.m. and 11 p.m.

    Pay by Pending Financial Aid

    You can apply for financial aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov (School Code: 002061) beginning October 1 for the next academic year. To qualify for the Maryland State Scholarships Programs, the FAFSA must be submitted before March 1 for the next academic year. Please allow at least four weeks for processing. Your courses will be held after aid becomes “pending”. If you have applied for Financial Aid and have not been awarded prior to registration, other payment arrangements must be made to ensure that your courses are held. Additional information is available on the BCCC Financial Aid webpage. For questions, please visit the Financial Aid Office at the Liberty Campus Main Building Room 24 or call them at 410-462-8500.

    Pay Online
     
    Students can pay their tuition and fees through myBCCC. The College accepts Mastercard, Visa, Discover, American Express, Checking/Savings account ACH.


    Pay by Mail (Early Registration Only)
     
    Allow 7-10 business days prior to the bill due date for processing. Mail certified check or money order (no cash) payable to “Baltimore City Community College” with a copy of your bill to:
     
          General Accounting
          2901 Liberty Heights Ave. 
          Baltimore, MD 21215
          Tel: 410-462-8333
     
    The last four digits of your student ID number should appear on the payment. 
     
    Pay by an International Wire
     
    Pay online through Flywire which is an easy and secure method of sending international payments.
     
    Pay by Tuition Remission or Tuition Waiver

    Make sure your Tuition Remission Form or Tuition Waiver Form was faxed (usually by your organization’s Human Resources Office) to the Student Accounting Office, at 410-462-7477. Employee and Dependent Tuition Waivers cover tuition; fees and textbooks are not covered. Employees and their dependents must reimburse the College if they drop a courses after the refund date or receive a grade of “D” or below for a BCCC credit course. To verify your form was received, call BCCC’s Human Resources Office at 410-209-6007.
     
    Pay by Third Party Payment
     
    If a third party (often an employer) is paying for your tuition and/or fees, see the Third Party Billing for details. For additional questions please contact BCCC’s Student Accounting Office at the Liberty Campus - Main Building room 027 or call 410-462-8333.

Contact Us

  • All services offered virtually
     
    Liberty Cashiers' Office
    2901 Liberty Heights Ave.
    Main Building, Room 51
    Baltimore, MD 21215
    Phone: 410-462-8474
      
    Harbor Cashiers' Office
    710 E. Lombard St.
    BCED Room 3
    Baltimore, MD 21202
    Phone: 410-986-3234