Non-Payment Drop ScheduleFee Payment Process and Drop for Non-Payment Schedule
Prior to the start of the term Fees are due IMMEDIATELY at the time you register for classes. Coastline Community College does not bill for registration fees. If payments are not received by the fee payment deadlines students WILL BE DROPPED from classes AND all waitlists to make seats available for other students seeking to register. It is the student's responsibility to withdraw from classes by the refund deadline to ensure cancellation of fees.
Once the term has started students who register for classes after the term begins WILL NOT be dropped for non payment. (See late start classes drop schedule below). Students will incur a financial obligation to the college AND a hold will be placed on their record if payment is not received. This hold will block future registration (adds, drops), obtaining transcripts, grades, diplomas, or verification of enrollment until all fees are paid.
Financial Aid StudentsBOG Fee Waivers pay enrollment fees ONLY.
Students with a BOG Fee Waiver must pay the required Health fee, College Service Charge and Materials fees or you will be dropped from your classes AND waitlists if you register prior to the start of the semester. If you know the financial aid office has posted your fee waiver (BOGW) to your account, but it is not showing on your MyCCC, click on the refresh button on your browser to recalculate your fees. If this doesn't work, log back in no later than the next day to see if your fee waiver has been posted. If it has not, please pay the total balance due to avoid being dropped.
Students are responsible for any fees incurred and grades received. It is the student's responsibility to drop classes by the State mandated refund deadline to avoid fee obligations and must print a student class program (available via MyCCC) to verify their withdrawal.
Once classes begin, non-attendance or non-payment does not release the student from his responsibility and may result in failing grades being awarded.
Non-Payment Drop Schedule
Students who have not paid their account balance in full, may be dropped for nonpayment of fees as follows:
- April 23, 2015 (Thursday) at 1:00pm:
For Registration between April 13 and April 19
- April 30, 2015 (Thursday) at 1:00pm:
For Registration between April 20 and April 26
- May 7, 2015 (Thursday) at 1:00pm:
For Registration between April 27 and May 3
- May 14, 2015 (Thursday) at 1:00pm:
For Registration between May 4 and May 10
- May 21, 2015 (Thursday) at 1:00pm:
For Registration between May 11 and May 17
- May 28, 2015 (Thursday) at 1:00pm:
For Registration between May 18 and May 24
- June 4, 2015 (Thursday) at 1:00pm:
For Registration between May 25 and May 31
- June 12, 2015 (Friday) at 1:00pm:
For Registration between June 1 and June 12
Final Drop for non-payment for Summer 2015 registration 8-week classes beginning June 15, 2015.
Any registration that occurs after 1pm on June 12 for first 8-week classes will not be dropped for non-payment. Students that enroll are responsible for paying their fees or withdrawing from classes prior to the refund deadline to cancel fees.
Attention—Coastline Military & Corporate Programs Students
The above Non-Payment Drop Policy does not apply to students registering for the Military/Contract Ed CCC Terms. For applicable TA/Payment Deadlines, view the Military & Corporate Education Programs Academic Calendar (http://military.coastline.edu/general/dates.cfm).
Financial Aid Recipients Eligible for:
BOGW plus State or Federal Grants and/or Loans (PELL Grants) may NOT be dropped for non-payment. Financial aid students not subject to drop for non-payment receive an email indicating they will not be dropped for non-payment. Those students are responsible for dropping any classes you do not intend to take and verifying the drop by printing the “Student Class Program/Web Schedule bill. Once the financial aid has been posted to your account, if you have a fee balance you will be able to pay the balance through your MyCCC account. You will be notified after the semester begins if you have a balance due.
BOGW only Students: BOG Fee Waivers pay enrollment fees ONLY. If your BOG Fee Waiver (BOGW) has been applied to your registration account, you must pay the required health fee, College Service Charge and materials fees or you will be dropped from your classes, including waitlisted classes, if enrolled prior to the start of the semester. You may verify that your BOGW has been posted to your registration account by logging in to your MyCCC and checking your account balance. NOTE: If your BOGW has not been posted to your account, please pay the total balance due to avoid being dropped.
In Accordance with California State Regulations and Coast District Policy, registration fees will be refunded according to the following:
Enrollment fees, Non-Resident Fees, Material Fees
100% refund of fees paid at registration for each class dropped by the refund deadline. No refund will be made after the refund deadline. There are no exceptions.
Health Fee, College Service Charge
100% of the fees paid at registration will be refunded if the student totally withdraws from all classes by the refund deadline for each class. No refund will be made after the refund deadline. There are no exceptions.
Return the parking permit (If purchased) in-person or by mail. The Parking Permit must be postmarked or returned to the Public Safety Office on or before the earliest refund deadline on your official Student Class Program, which is available via the student tab on your MyCCC portal.
To Be Eligible For a Refund
Students must officially withdraw from classes by the refund deadline (Refer to the Student Class Program/Web Schedule Bill on the Student tab of the MyCCC portal page or see Dates to Remember.) It is the student’s responsibility to officially withdraw from classes and to verify all withdrawals. An instructor may drop students for non-attendance. Instructors are not responsible for making sure drops are made by the refund deadline. If the student has not been dropped from the class by the instructor, the student is responsible for withdrawing from the class by the refund deadline. Students who are officially enrolled in a class after the refund deadline will not be eligible for a refund. There are no exceptions.
Refunds will be automatically processed every week beginning the first week of registration of the semester in which the fees were paid and each week thereafter until the end of the term. Official withdrawals made in accordance with the refund policy and by the withdrawal deadline will generate a credit balance on the student account
Online Credit Card Payment Refunds
Registration fee payments made by credit card through MyCCC will be refunded to the same credit card used for payment. Allow 6-10 business days for the refund to post. If the Credit Card used to pay fees is no longer valid, it is the student’s responsibility to notify the Admissions and Records Office once the credit has been posted to the student’s account and prior to the refund being processed. The refund will be converted to a check refund upon proper notification.
All requests for review of account summary must be made within one-year grace period from the semester in which the fees were assessed. Such petitions are subject to review.
In Person Payment Refunds
Fee payments paid in person, by cash, check, money order or credit card, will be refunded through Higher One as either a check, mailed to the mailing address the Admissions and Records Office has on file, direct deposit to an existing bank account or to a Higher One account depending on the refund choice made by the student. It is the responsibility of the student to maintain correct and up-to-date address information. Addresses can be updated on MyCCC, under the Student Tab, and then click on Banner Self Service.
Payments made using multiple payment methods (online credit card payments and cash, check or money order) during the current registration period will be refunded to the credit card used for online payments.
Any check returned unpaid (stop payment or insufficient funds) does not constitute automatic withdrawal from class. A check returned from the bank for any reason is subject to a $25 service charge. A hold will be placed on student records for any financial obligation until the obligation is cleared.