Welcome to the Northeast Community College Web Cashier System.† By using your Student ID and your PIN, you can verify your current student account balance and make payments for any amount up to the total amount due.† Northeast accepts VISA, MasterCard, or Discover.
Students may use a credit card to pay online at the time of registration or call the Northeast Community College Accounts Receivable Services at (402) 844-7001 to request payment on their account.† Any credit card payment made via the telephone will not be reflected on the studentís account until the next business day.
Students may send their payment by mail.† Students who choose to mail payment of tuition and fees, should allow sufficient time for their payment to reach Accounts Receivable Services by the due date.† The mailing address for Accounts Receivable Services is Northeast Community College, PO Box 469, Norfolk, NE† 68702-0469.
Students can view and print their account summary at www.northeast.edu by logging in to ďMy AccountĒ. No statements will be mailed. Students who have been approved for financial aid by the Financial Aid Office will see the estimated aid amount in their account summary.† If the estimated aid equals or exceeds the tuition and fee charges, the student will not be required to make a payment at that time.† If the tuition and fee charges exceed the amount of any estimated aid, the balance is due immediately and payable not later than the first day of the semester.† Failure to receive a statement does not exempt you from making the required payment by the deadline.
IMPORTANT NOTE:† If the Northeast Community College Financial Aid Office has not received your required paperwork early enough to complete your financial aid award (tuition waiver), PELL, SEOG, SSAP, Stafford, Scholarships, room or board waiver, you must be prepared to pay the balance due from other means by the due date.
Tuition and fees for the Fall and Spring terms will be refunded in full if a student withdraws before or during the first two weeks of the semester. After the second week, tuition and fees will be refunded according to the refund schedule. Students must officially withdraw from class or classes after the first week by submitting a completed withdrawal form to the Registrar's Office.
Tuition and fees for summer terms will be refunded in full if a student withdraws before or during the second day of the semester. After the second day, tuition and fees will be refunded according to the refund schedule. Students must officially withdraw from class or classes after the second day by submitting a completed withdrawal form to the Registrarís Office.
Course and materials fees are not refundable once a class begins, except when the college cancels a class.
Week of Regular Semester - Percent of Refund
For any course that does not run the full length of the fall or spring term, the refund percentage is adjusted for the length of the course.† These courses may be in a first or second eight week session, a short term class, or during a summer term.
If a student has received financial aid, a tuition refund will be used to restore amounts to the aid programs involved.† All educational costs incurred up to the time of withdrawal will be considered in determining any additional overpayment of aid.† This repayment policy is established according to federal regulations pertaining to federal student aid.
If any portion of the tuition and fees payment was charged to a credit/debt card, any refunds will be credited to the credit/debt card account.† All remaining credit balance refunds will be paid to the student by check or direct deposit.† Refunds are generally issued within two or three weeks from the date the withdrawal form is received.† The refund will be issued to the student.
Payment deadlines are the first day of each term.† A HOLD on the academic records of students is placed on all delinquent accounts.