Financial Responsibility Agreement
Registering for courses creates a financial obligation for which you are responsible. This liability remains regardless of your class attendance.
A Financial Obligation Agreement shall be electronically signed (E-sign) before the first time a student is registering for credit courses, and remains in effect throughout the student’s educational career. View the agreement.
You may be at risk for de-registration from your course schedule prior to or at the beginning of a term, if you have a balance past due and have not enrolled in a payment plan. In other words, the College does not guarantee courses will be administratively dropped for a past due amount.
You are financially liable for courses in accordance with our refund/liability schedule.
The College may refer past due amounts to an outside collection agency for further collection efforts.
The Cashier’s Office can be reached at 716-614-6443, or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that the Cashier’s Office has adopted the use of email as our only official means of communication with our students. Additionally, FERPA regulations require us to use ONLY your NCCC email (TWolves email) address.