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- Service Area Outline Map
Student Account Information
- All student accounts must be paid or have concrete payment arrangements made by the first day of classes. Payment arrangements include payment by cash, check, money order, or credit card. The college accepts Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. Payment arrangements also include completed and approved (awarded) financial aid of all types. Those who have not completed and been approved for financial aid by the first day of class either pay in full or set up payment plan arrangements. (See Payment Plan)
- Students who do not make concrete payment arrangements before the census date (10th class day of fall and spring semesters and 4th class day of summer) must be dropped from classes in accordance with the Arkansas Department of Higher Education reporting requirements.
- Students who enroll with a payment plan must have those plans paid off by the end of the semester. If these accounts become delinquent, they will be turned over to the State of Arkansas for garnishment of their state income tax and / or turned over to the collection agency for recovery. Finance charges and / or collection fees may be assessed on these overdue accounts.
- Students who owe a balance from a previous semester will be prohibited from enrolling for courses at the college until the debt is satisfied.
- Transcripts, degrees, certificates, and grades will not be issued to any student who has an overdue balance at the college.
- Students with overdue balances are ineligible for work-study, student employment, extra-help, or any other part-time or full-time position with the College until their indebtedness is resolved. The Personnel Office will do the records check on all former students who apply for employment at the college to determine if there is any unresolved indebtedness to the college.
CCCUA has made available to students an Automatic Online Payment Plan. This plan can be accessed by logging onto the CCCUA website and clicking on the FACTS link located in the “MyC” menu toolbar at the top of the page or through a link from Campus Connect. Students may set up their own payment plan online at their convenience. Students must be aware of deadlines and set up their payment arrangements in a timely manner to avoid being dropped from the classes they have chosen. The Automatic Online Payment Plan is for tuition and fees only. Books and other bookstore items cannot be put on the payment plan. Changes to a student’s schedule may result in the adjustment of the payment amount. To participate:
- Students must have a checking or savings account, or a credit card.
- There is a $35.00 set-up fee per semester to use the Automatic Online Payment Plan.
- Payments are drafted on the 5th (fifth) of each month until the account is paid in full.
CCCUA Non-Sufficient Check (NSF) Policy
If CCCUA receives a NSF check from any student or individual, it is college policy not to receive any personal check or checks from that individual for future transactions. Also, there will be a return check fee assessed on the returned check.
Institutional Refund Policy
CCCUA gives a 100% refund to students who drop by the 10th class day of the fall and spring semesters and by the 4th day of the summer semester. After these days, there is no refund available. Class days are counted from the 1st day classes begin through all weekdays, excluding weekends. (For example, if classes began on a Tuesday, then four days of that week are counted, skip the weekend, and then five days of the following week are counted. Then the 10th class day would be the next Monday.)
Students who are receiving VA Benefits, will receive a pro-rata refund based on the total length of the course. This is in compliance with VA Regulations.
CCCUA complies with Arkansas Act 85 for activated military personnel and will adjust accordingly depending upon the choice of the activated student.
* Note: The Institutional Refund Policy is not available to Cosmetology students due to the unique fee and course structure of the program.