Payment Options

The Cashier’s Office collects all payments for tuition and fees and disburses student refunds.

  • Payments are due on the 5th of the month.
  • You may pay by cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.
  • You may also pay online via eWOLF via or set up a monthly payment plan.
  • To view the status of your financial aid award, please log in to eWOLF and click on the Student Finance tab.

Fall Payment Deadline 

If you register on or after August 7 – Payment is due by close of the next business day.

If payment is not received you risk being dropped from courses(s) for non-payment, and may only re-enroll if space is available.


Monthly Deferred Payment Plan

We offer a convenient budget plan that allows you to pay tuition and fees through an interest-free monthly payment plan.

To enroll:

  1. Log in to eWOLF. You will need your PIN and student ID to access your student account.
  2. Select the Student Finance Tab
  3. Under Payment Options & Refunds select Payment Plans
  4. Select Sign up for a payment plan
  5. Select the current semester
  6. Click on the E-Cashier logo at the bottom of the page to start the enrollment process.

Plan Enrollment and Payment Schedule – Fall 2014

**Enrollment Date is the date in which the student can enroll in that particular plan.  The dates do not correspond with when payment is required for classes.  For payment deadlines please see above under Payment Deadline.

Enrollment Date Down Payment Required Number of Payments Payment Months

July 1 - July 31

0 4 Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
Aug 1 - Aug 15 25% 3 Sep, Oct, Nov
Aug 16 - Aug 31 35% 2 Oct & Nov
Sep 1 - Sep 16 50% 2 Oct & Nov
Sep 17 - Oct 22 50% 1  

Refunds

All refunds will be issued electronically based on the selected Higher One refund preference, regardless of original payment method. Refunds will be issued within 14 days of appearing on the student’s account, beginning after the first day of classes for any given semester. The refund calendar will give you an estimated timeframe of when a student could receive their refund. For financial aid students, refunds begin after the last day to drop for the full semester courses.

A Higher One refund preference can be chosen by visiting www.CCCSRefundCard.com once you have received your Debit MasterCard® from Front Range Community College. The refund preferences a student can choose from include:

  • Higher One OneAccount (1 business day)
  • ACH transfer - Direct deposit to an outside personal bank account (will receive 2-3 business days)
  • Paper Check – Is mailed to the address on file at Higher One (will receive 5-6 business days)
  • Paper Check - Is mailed to the address on file at Higher One (if no refund preference is chosen this occurs in 21 days after Higher One receives the refund)

If you have questions on activating your refund preference with Higher One once visiting the website please contact the Cashier's office.

If you drop or withdraw from a class:

  • You may drop a class during the first 15% of the course and receive a 100% refund of all tuition, student activity, student center bond, and parking fees. The registration fee and the FACTS enrollment fee (if applicable) will not be refunded.
  • While there are no refunds for withdraws, you may withdraw from a course or the college anytime before 80% of the class sessions have been held.

Unpaid Balances

Changes to the student schedule can result in an outstanding balance. If payment is not received by the deadline, you risk being dropped from course(s) for non-payment, and may only re-enroll if space is available.

Even though FRCC intends to drop students who do not pay by the deadline, the college cannot guarantee that classes will be dropped for unpaid accounts. Students are responsible for dropping classes even if they do not pay on time. If they do not, they will be responsible for any balance owed. If the student is not planning to attend FRCC, he/she must log on to his/her student account and drop classes by the published add/drop date for the course.

Third-party Payers

You may submit an official authorization if your employer is paying for your tuition and fees. The official authorization is due by the payment deadline. Contact your campus Cashier’s Office for more information.

Bad Checks

If your check is returned before the official course drop date:

  • You will be dropped from all of your classes and charged a bad check fee of $17.00.
  • A hold will be placed on your account.
  • You will be only responsible for the deferred payment fee, if applicable.

If your check is returned after the official course drop date:

  • You will not be dropped from your classes.
  • You will be responsible for all outstanding tuition, fees, bad check fees, and resulting collection charges.
  • A hold will be placed on your account.

Credit Card Chargebacks

If your credit card charge is reversed before the drop date:

  • You will be dropped from all of your classes and will be charged a $15 fee.
  • A hold will be placed on your account.

If your credit card charge is reversed after the drop date:

  • You will not be dropped from your classes but will be responsible for all outstanding tuition, fees, credit card chargeback fees, and resulting collection charges.
  • A hold will be placed on your grades, transcript, and future registration.

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