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Pay Tuition

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Pay your tuition by the due date! Missing the tuition deadline can mean missing out on the classes you wanted... even if you're already registered.

Tuition can be paid online, by phone, or in-person at the Cashier's office in Bldg. 14.

Tuition will be applied electronically for students who have been awarded a financial aid grant or scholarship. Students receiving other tuition assistance should contact the Cashier's Office. Classes that have not been paid will be dropped to allow other students an opportunity to enroll.
 
If you are unable to pay tuition by the tuition deadlines stop by the Enrollment Services Office in Bldg. 7 and ask for a payment extension. FACTS, a tuition payment plan, is available to students. For more details, take a look at the automatic payment plan information.  

Students enrolling with a WAIVER (staff, state employees, senior citizen -60 years or older, or SPRUCE) may not register until the date identified under the conditions of the applicable waiver. If a student registers prior to the allowed date, the waiver will not apply to the student's tuition calculation. For more information, call 253.566.5325.

How to Pay

  • In person. Stop by the Cashier's Office in Bldg. 14 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday & Tuesday or between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Wednesday through Friday. The college is closed every Friday during Summer quarter.
  • By telephone. If you are using a Master Card, Discover or Visa, call 253.566.5011 between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday & Tuesday or between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Wednesday through Friday. The college is closed every Friday during Summer quarter.
  • Online. Go to My eServices and select Make a Credit Card Payment.
  • By mail. You may send your payment to the TCC Cashier's Office at 6501 South 19th Street, Tacoma, WA 98466. Be sure to include your Student ID number to insure proper payment. We do not recommend mailing a check unless you are sure it will arrive on time.

Learn More

Congratulations! You're there!

Before the quarter starts make sure you start on these:

  • Educational Plan: It's never too early to get started thinking about what classes you're interested in. Take a look at the online course catalog or the class schedule.
  • Textbooks: Purchase text books in the bookstore or rent them online.
  • Parking and Student ID card: Once you are registered into classes, stop by the Parking/Student ID Office in Bldg. 14 to pick up your parking sticker and your Student ID card. Call 253.566.5173 for hours. Note: To pick up your parking sticker, tuition must be paid.
  • Print your Class Schedule: Class locations are subject to change, so be sure to print a copy of your class schedule the evening before classes begin. Go to myeservices and click on My Class Schedule. Be ready to enter your Inquiry PIN# (this is your 6-digit birth date until you change it).
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