Payment Methods and Deadlines

Acceptable Forms of Payment

  • Cash
  • Check (Personal Check, Temporary Check, Credit Card Check, Out of Area Check)
    The payer's driver license or any other state ID must be presented with the check.
  • Cashier Check
  • Money Order
  • Credit Card: Visa, Master Card, Discover
    Note: Payments made by mail and credit card payments over the phone must be received or paid prior to due date
  • Online Payments (login to JagNet)
    • Check: Checking/Savings Account
    • Credit Card: Visa, MasterCard and Discover

Important Dates

Payment Arrangements Summer I/III Summer II Fall
Installment Plans See Installment Plans
Emergency Loans See Emergency Loans
Payment Deadlines Summer I/III Summer II Fall
Early Payment Deadline
(avoid an additional $60 registration fee)
May 12, 2017 Jun. 14, 2017 Jul. 31, 2017
Drop Payment Deadline May 30, 2017 Jul. 5, 2017 Aug. 16, 2017
Final Payment Deadline SI: Jun. 8, 2017
SIII: Jun. 13, 2017
Jul. 14, 2017 Sep. 13, 2017
Classes not paid in full by the Drop/Final deadlines may be dropped!
Other Dates Summer I/III Summer II Fall
Financial Aid Pell Awards May 26, 2017 Jul. 1, 2017 Aug. 18, 2017
Classes Begin Jun. 5, 2017 Jul. 11, 2017 Aug. 28, 2017
Refunds
Book Allowance & Final Refunds See Book Allowance
Refunds See Refunds

Classes not paid in full by the Drop/Final deadlines may be dropped!

To avoid being dropped for non-payment, students must meet one of the following:

  • Apply and be eligible for Financial Aid
    • South Texas College school code: 031034
  • Pay in Full
  • Make payment arrangements
    • Installment Plans
    • Emergency Loans

If your debt is not paid by the payment deadline, you will not be allowed to:

  • Attend classes after a specific announced date
  • Receive grades
  • Request transcript
  • Take final examinations
  • Receive any other information

Left over Financial Aid credit may automatically be applied to any prior term balances. It is the student's responsibility to follow up on any unpaid balances; Visit the cashier for payment arrangement details on past due balances- these have to be paid by the student directly.

Failure to make payments may result in the account being sent to collection. The student will be responsible for any fees of any collection agency, which may be based on a percentage at a maximum of 30 percent of the debt, and all costs and expenses, including reasonable attorney’s fees, late fees, interest and/or court costs assessed in the pursuit of collecting debt owed to South Texas College.

Note: Dropping a class or withdrawing does not cancel your indebtedness to the college. See Refund Guidelines