Methods of Payment at Baltimore City Community College
City Community College offers convenient options for Students, Parents and
Guardians to pay tuition and fees.
choose a method that works best for you:
- Pay in person at the Cashiers
Office: By cash, check, money order, or debit/credit card (Visa,
MasterCard, Discover or American Express). Students, Parents and Guardians
paying by personal checks or credit/debit card at the Cashier’s window
need to have a valid ID. Also, the Credit Card holder must be present. All
checks are processed through TeleCheck; State Identification is required.
- Pay by mail using a check:
Please make checks payable to Baltimore City Community College and send it
to Attn: General Accounting 2901 Liberty Heights Ave. Baltimore, MD.
21215. Please allow seven to ten business days for mail and processing
- Online Payments: Please login to your account using your Student I.D.
and PIN to pay by Credit Card. You can access this through the student
portal on the main page of BCCC’s website.
you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Liberty Campus Cashiers’
Office Main Building room 051 or you can call (410) 462-8474.
- Student Tuition Payment Plan:
NELNET is an option to consider, enrolling in a plan early will result in
a lower down payment and more payment options. The payment plan is offered
for the Fall and Spring semesters only. There are no course restrictions.
You can also include your textbooks in your payment plan. You can log onto
the student portal to setup your payment plan. Go to https://portal.bccc.edu/regent
- Tuition Remission and Tuition
Waivers: Make sure Human Resources faxed your Tuition Remission form or
Waiver on the day of registration to the Student Accounting Office. The
Student Accounting Office fax number is (410) 462-7477. Employee and
Dependent Tuition Waivers covers tuition only. Employees and their
dependents must reimburse the College if they drop a class after the
refund date or receive a D or below for a BCCC credit class.
- International payments: Allows the students to wire money from outside the
U.S. to Baltimore City Community College.
you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Student Accounting
Office Liberty Campus Main Building room 027 or you can call (410)
- Financial Aid and Scholarship: If you have applied for Financial Aid and have not
been awarded prior to registration, other payment arrangements must be
made to ensure your placement in class.
- Scholarship: The College has several scholarship opportunities for
you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Financial Aid Office
Liberty Campus Main Building room 24 or you can call (410) 462-8500.