TUITION PAYMENT PLAN
Enrolling in a Tuition Payment Plan allows you the option to pay your tuition and fees in 3 installments by specified due dates. You can use this option if you are a 100% tuition self-pay student or if your financial aid does not fully cover your tuition costs.
If you are not a recipient of financial aid, and you do not make your full tuition payment by the Tuition Payment Due Date, you can be administratively withdrawn if you do not establish a Tuition Payment Plan.
For more information on the Tuition Payment Plan, please call or stop by the Business Office.
TUITION PAYMENT METHODS
You may pay your tuition and fees in U.S. funds by cash, personal check, cashier’s check, money order, major credit card, ACH bank transfer, or wire transfer.
You may pay in person in the Business Office or online on the CCH Student Portal. Checks must be payable to Columbia College Hollywood. Two-party and altered checks will not be accepted. A $25 NSF fee will be assessed for any check returned or bank transfer denied because of non-sufficient funds, whether the check or transfer comes from you or another party.
To arrange for 3rd party billing, deliver your completed billing authorization to the Student Accounts Office prior to the Tuition Payment Due Date. You may deliver the authorization in person, by email, standard mail, or fax to (818) 345-9053.
To arrange for one-time or recurring electronic payments, click here.
FINANCIAL AID RECIPIENTS
If you are paying tuition with student financial aid, you must pay the balance not covered by your financial aid disbursements in full or enroll in a Tuition Payment Plan by the Tuition Payment Deadline. Late applicants must pay tuition charges in full by the Add/Drop deadline and will be reimbursed when financial aid is received.
You will not receive a written bill or invoice from the college. After you register for your courses, your invoice will be posted on the CCH Student Portal. The Student Portal is your source of information regarding financial aid you are awarded, the status of your student account, and tuition payment deadlines.
PAST DUE ACCOUNTS
If your tuition and fees are not paid by the due date, a late payment penalty of $50.00 will be charged to your student account. You may also be prohibited from registering for classes and checking out equipment. Past due accounts may be referred to a collection agency and may subject you to additional charges such as collection costs, attorney fees, and credit impairment.