Student Services Center
Student Services Center
The Office of the Bursar provides the cashiering functions to the College for collection of payments for:
Payments may be made by personal check, credit card or money order. Please choose from the following payment options:
Payment by mail may result in delayed processing of your payment at this time. If you must pay by mail, enclose your personal check or money order, indicating your NCC student ID. Please mail your payment at least seven (7) days before the due date.
Do not mail cash.
Mail payments to:
Nassau Community College
P.O. Box 418041
Boston, MA 02241-8041
Our online payment process is secure and easy to navigate. It is the fastest way to process your payment.
Make payment of your tuition and fees by logging into your MyNCC account. Our online payment gateway accepts personal checks and credit cards, including Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
*There is no charge for online check payments; a service fee will apply to all online credit card payments.
Payment for tuition and fees may be made at the Bursar’s Office, located in the Student Services Center, Tower, Lower Level. Payment may be made by cash, credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover), personal check or money order. Cash payments may only be made in person. Please check office hours.
As an alternative to full payment, you may enroll in the College’s three- (3) part payment plan. The first payment of 1/3 of tuition and fees plus a $40 participation fee is due by your payment due date. The next payment will be due approximately one month after the start of the semester; the final payment is due no later than the 65th day of the semester. You may enroll in the Payment Plan online when making payment or by enclosing the completed Payment Plan application that is on the back of your Class Schedule/Bill with your mailed payment.
*The payment plan is not offered during the winterim or summer semesters.
Students whose bill will be covered in whole or part by a third party sponsor (Union, Access, Veteran’s Benefits, SAFER Grant, employer, or scholarship donor, etc.) must contact Student Financial Affairs email@example.com to advise of such and submit appropriate voucher or other needed documents. If documents are unavailable at this time, please let us know they are pending so we can note your account. If a sponsorship remains unpaid for any reason, the student will be responsible for the outstanding balance.