Middlesex College is committed to providing high-quality education and ensuring you are safe and healthy during this pandemic. We are offering remote, online, and hybrid courses.

For information on the College’s operating status, visit middlesexcc.edu/coronavirus  

Tuition and Fees

Middlesex County College has moved to an electronic process for student bill notification. We will no longer be mailing paper bills. Bills can now be viewed online through Self-Service. Students are encouraged to review their bill online by following the navigation below.

Accessing Your Bills Online

  • Log into your Self-Service account under myMCC
  • Click on “Student Finance”
  • Click on “Account Activity”
  • Select term
  • Click on “View Statement”

While we will continue to accept many forms of payment, you can now pay your bill online via credit card and e-check.

We thank you for your patience as we update and implement new processes.

Questions? Call 732-906-2572, or email cashier_mail@middlesexcc.edu

Tuition and fee payments have due dates based upon when you first register for the semester. The balance must be paid in full by the due date to avoid cancellation of your entire schedule. You are responsible for withdrawing from each course if you do not plan to attend. The Payment Option Plan is not available for any summer courses.


How to Make a Payment Online

How to Make a Payment Online

Students can log in and pay online through Self Service.
Learn more

Pay Online Now

Pay Online Now

We accept Discover, Mastercard, and Visa.
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Payment Plan

Payment Plan

Our convenient four-installment payment plan allows you to spread out your payments over time.
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Summer 2021 Tuition Due Date: April 29, 2021
Fall 2021 Tuition Due Date: August 5, 2021


Cost Table

In County

  Effective with
Summer 2021 Term
Tuition $118.00
General Fees $23.00
Student Service Fee $6.50
Technology Fee $19.00
Total Per Credit $166.50

Out of County

  Effective with
Summer 2021 Term
Tuition $236.00
General Fees $46.00
Student Service Fee $13.00
Technology Fee $38.00
Total Per Credit $333.00

Raritan Bay Medical Center

  Effective with
Summer 2021 Term
Tuition $592 per credit
Testing Fee $271 or $239
Malpractice Insurance $36 per Term

Miscellaneous Fees

Application Fee $25.00 Non-refundable
Malpractice Insurance Fee $36.00/year Non-refundable
Registration Fee (Fall or Spring) $25.00 Non-refundable
Registration Fee (Winter or Summer) $15.00 Non-refundable
Late Registration Fee $40.00 Non-refundable
Course Fee $25.00 to $400.00
Online Course Fee $50.00
Dishonored Check Fee $25.00
International Credit Evaluation $160.00
International Student Fee $300.00/semester

The College reserves the right to revise the tuition and fee structure without prior notice.

Withdrawal/Refund Information

Payment Policy

All tuition and fees must be paid on or before the date shown on your class schedule/invoice. If your employer pays your tuition, you must submit an employer tuition voucher prior to the payment due date.

You are obligated for the payment of tuition and fees regardless of whether or not you attend class, unless a completed Add/Drop Change Form has been submitted to the Office of the Registrar.

Overdue accounts will be referred to a collection agency and all collection costs and fees will be added to your account. If your account is overdue, you will be prohibited from registering and transcripts will not be released.

To pay your bill you must do one of the following:

  1. Pay in full using cash, check, money order, or credit card (credit card payments can now be made online here. After logging into Self Service, click the blue “Students” link, then View/Pay Tuition Bill).
  2. Enroll in the Payment Option Plan (POP). The plan distributes your tuition due into 4 equal installments. Students may enroll online for the fall and spring semesters.
  3. Submit a voucher from an employer or agency that certifies that they will pay for your tuition and fees, or
  4. Complete the Financial Aid process in time for the Middlesex County College Financial Aid Office to determine your eligibility. Financial aid applicants who apply late cannot expect the financial aid process to be completed before the due date. You will need to make payments as described in items 1-3 above.

Residency Definitions

Your residency status determines the amount of your tuition and fees. To better understand how the College determines residency, please read the following. Residency is based on three criteria:

  1. Location of permanent domicile.
  2. Length of time at the permanent domicile.
  3. Dependent or independent financial status. The following information is helpful in interpreting the residency policy.Dependent students are those who are not:
    1. 24 years of age by January 1 of the award year;
    2. A veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces;
    3. Married;
    4. Wards of the court or do not have living parent(s); or
    5. Claiming legal dependents, other than a spouse, as defined by the Internal Revenue Service.

    Independent students are those who are:

    1. 24 years of age by January 1 of the award year;
    2. A veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces;
    3. Married;
    4. Wards of the court or whose parents are deceased;
    5. Claiming legal dependents, other than a spouse, as defined by the Internal Revenue Service.

Residency Policy

Students maintaining a permanent domicile in Middlesex County for a period of at least 30 days immediately prior to the first day of classes are defined as Middlesex County residents. Students maintaining a permanent domicile in New Jersey but not in Middlesex County for at least 12 months immediately prior to the first day of classes are defined as out-of-county residents. Students who have maintained a permanent domicile within New Jersey for a period of less than 12 months immediately prior to the first day of classes are defined as out-of-state residents.

International Students (Non-Immigrant Alien Students)
Students whose permanent domicile is outside the United States and its possessions are defined as out-of-state residents.

Military-Affiliated Students
Students currently servicing within the military (Active Duty, Reserves, or the New Jersey National Guard) and veterans will be charged the in-county rate whether the student is using their Military/VA Education benefits or not using these benefits. Additionally, students who are considered dependents (spouse or a child of a veteran/service-member) using VA Education benefits will be charged the in-county rate.

Direct Deposit of Refund

Middlesex College is happy to announce offering an option of Direct Deposit of Student Refund. We are working with Nelnet, a service provider, allowing our students to provide their banking information through Self-Service, for refunds to be deposited into the bank account when they are due.

Signing up for direct deposit of refund allows refunds to be deposited directly into your provided bank account

A faster and more convenient way to receive your Student Refund!

Steps to sign up for Direct Deposit of Refund:

  1. Log into your Self-Service account
  2. Click on “Student Finance”
  3. Click on “Student Finance” located on top of the screen
  4. From the drop-down Selection click on “NEW *** Manage Payment Plan and E-Refunds”
  5. Click on “Proceed to Processor”
  6. Click on “Manage Refunds”
  7. Provide your 10 digit US phone number to receive an Authorization Code
  8. Enter the code received on your phone and click on “Submit”
  9. For direct deposit of refund, provide your bank routing number and your checking or savings account number.

If you have any questions about how the refund process works, contact:

Please always ensure that the bank account number and routing number provided is accurate.

Refund Policy

  • Please always ensure that the bank account number and routing number provided is accurate.
  • The refund process through Direct Deposit is not going to start until the end of February 2021. Any refunds that are due before then will be mailed to the address on file.
  • All non-financial refund process begins during the1st week of classes. Thereafter refunds are processed every 14 days.
  • A credit card refund is processed for an overpayment made on a credit card.
  • All financial aid refunds are processed within 14 days after the credit balance occurs on the student’s account.
  • Credit balance generated from a check or cash payment or due to dropping of classes will be issued a refund in the form of a check or a direct deposit of refund to the provided bank account.
  • All refunds are mailed to the address on the student’s record provided by the student. For a smoother, quicker refund, it is the student’s responsibility to provide the correct mailing address.
  • Failure to attend class(s) or stopping attendance does NOT constitute an official drop. It is a student’s responsibility to drop the course(s) by coming in-person or online by the deadline listed on the Academic calendar.
  • A credit balance from any source except Title IV funds will be used to cover any past due balance before any refund is processed.
  • A credit balance of up to $200 from Title IV funds can be used to cover past due balance from a prior academic year without a student’s consent.
  • A credit balance from Title IV funds can be used with no limit to cover the current academic year and no consent is needed from the student.
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