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How to Pay

CCA offers numerous ways to pay your Tuition and Fees. Please see below for options. Find out more about Payment Deadlines, Payment Terms, Refund Policy, and Withdrawing from Classes at our Payment Information Page.

Note - All students (except CE students) must fill out the Student Financial Responsibility Agreement.

Financial Disclaimer

During the 2021-22 academic year, some or all of the instructional formats may change due to an emergency situation affecting college operations, public safety, or public health, including the COVID-19 pandemic. Tuition and fees are charged at the beginning of the semester and will remain in place regardless of any changes in instructional format. Tuition and fees will not be refunded in the event the curriculum delivery format changes for any part of the 2021-22 academic year. 

Payment Deadline for Fall 2021

AUGUST 18, 2021*

*You may be dropped if you have not paid in full, set up a payment plan, or accepted your financial aid. Please follow add/drop and withdrawal procedures of CCA. After August 18, 2021 payment is due within 48 hours after course registration.

Payment Options

1. Billing and Payment

Students can may log into the MyCCA portal and make full payment using their Checking/Savings account, MasterCard/Visa or Discover Credit Card.

  • Log in into MyCCA student portal 
  • Click on the Student Finance Tab 
  • Scroll down the page and click on View Monthly Statement 
  • Under Payment Options select “Pay with Credit Card” 
  • A confirmation receipt will be sent to your student email address

2. By Mail Payment and In-Person Payment

CCA accepts personal checks. Any returned check that is not honored by your financial institution is subject to a $30.00 returned fee per returned check. 

Please make checks payable to Community College of Aurora.

Mailing Address:

Community College of Aurora

Attn: Cashier’s Office

16000 E. CentreTech Pkwy., A-204

Aurora, CO 80011 

In-Person Payment  

Payment can also be made in the form of Cash/Checks/MasterCard/Visa/Discover Credit Card. No partial payment will be accepted at any of the Cashier’s Offices. In-person appointments required. To make an appointment, please call the Cashier's Office at 303-360-4827 or email Cashiers.CCA@ccaurora.edu.

CentreTech Campus 

16000 E. CentreTech Pkwy. 710 Alton Way

Administration Building – 2nd Floor 

Aurora, CO 80010 

Lowry Campus

710 Alton Way

West Quad Building

Denver, CO 80230

3. Payment Plan

NBS payment plan options are available to all students, through MyCCA. Payments can be made by Checking/Savings account, MasterCard/Visa or Discover Credit Card. 

Please contact CCA Cashier's Office with any questions at 303-360-4827 or email us at Cashiers.CCA@ccaurora.edu.

4. Payment by Employer, Workforce Center or other Sponsor

If any portion of your tuition, fees and related education expenses will be paid for by an employer, workforce center, government agency, or private entity, please provide CCA with a signed authorization form from the sponsor.  Authorization forms may include a workforce center training voucher, a company-issued tuition reimbursement form, or you may use CCA’s Third-Party Authorization Form/Letter.  The authorization form must include the following:

  • Name and contact information for the entity paying for the expenses
  • Name of student and term that is approved for payment
  • Total amount including tuition and fees that are approved for payment

In addition to the authorization form, you, as the student whose expenses are being paid for, must sign and submit a FERPA Release Form each semester your expenses are being covered.

Please submit your signed authorization and FERPA Release forms by email or in-person to the CCA Cashier's Office after you have registered for classes. 

These forms will enable us to invoice the group that has agreed to cover your tuition and related expenses up to the total dollar amount approved. A hold will be placed on your student account for the approved amount to avoid your being dropped until your sponsor is billed and the tuition paid. If there is a difference between your total tuition bill and the amount authorized, you will be responsible for the balance.

If you have questions or need assistance with our courses or programs, please contact our advising team using the details provided here:  https://www.ccaurora.edu/getting-started/pathways-advising  

If you are unemployed, experiencing reduced work hours or otherwise striving to re-enter the workforce after an extended absence, you may be eligible for various types of resources and support.  Check out CCA’s scholarships and grants page for information on the latest financial and support resources we have available. In addition, each county hosts a workforce center that provides additional education and training funds and support resources for qualified applicants. Arapahoe/Douglas Works! serves Arapahoe and Douglas county residents and can provide information about other centers in other counties if needed. 

5. College Savings Plans - 529 College Plans or Private Scholarships

All 529 College Plans and Private Scholarship checks must be made payable to: Community College of Aurora. Please mail all checks to: Community College of Aurora

Mailing Address:

Community College of Aurora
Attn: Cashier's Office
16000 E. CentreTech Pkwy., A-204
Aurora, CO 80010

6. Other Financial Resources Available

 

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