Register on or after Monday, April 27, 2015, and you will have to pay when you register. You may register over the phone: call 978.556.3700 with a credit card during regular office hours. Register in person and use credit card, check, or cash to pay. Financial aid students MUST see a financial aid advisor before registering.
NOTE: Payment plans are not available for the summer terms due to their short duration.
Use the 24/7 online service, to view your bill and make credit card or ACH (bank account) online payments. Go to the NECC website and click on Pay Your Bill Online.
- In person and mail-in payments are still accepted. Come in with check, credit card or cash; or print out your invoice and mail in check or charge card information with the stub portion of your invoice.
- Telephone in your payment with a credit card by calling Student Accounts at 978.556.3900.
The College is closed on Patriots Day, April 20, 2015.
NECC DOES NOT SEND PAPER BILLS!
YOU NEED TO CHECK YOUR STUDENT EMAIL FOR NOTICES ABOUT VIEWING YOUR eBILL!
MAKE SURE THAT NECC HAS A VALID TELEPHONE NUMBER WHERE YOU MAY BE REACHED FOR IMPORTANT NOTICES ABOUT YOUR BILL
PAY YOUR TUITION BY THE DUE DATE OR CLASSES WILL BE DROPPED.
Paper bills will no longer be sent.
Use the 24/7 online service to obtain online invoices with automatic email alerts; make credit card or ACH (bank account) online payments. Go to the NECC website and click on Pay Your Bill Online. Summer terms are not eligible for a payment plan.
Pay in person: Use cash, check or charge card (MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express). Pay in full or enroll in a 4-month payment plan, for a $35 non-refundable processing fee, payable with your deposit of 1/4 of your tuition.
Telephone in your payment: Use a credit card (MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express) by calling the Bursar’s Office at 978-556-3900. You may pay in full or enroll in the 4-month payment plan, see below.
Use the NECC 4-month installment plan (Fall and Spring only):
Pay 1/4 (25%) of your bill plus a $35 non-refundable fee before the due date of your bill.
Financial Aid: Applying for financial aid and submitting all paperwork EARLY ensures that Financial Aid can evaluate your eligibility prior to your Tuition Bill Due Date. Students who submit documentation late may need to start a payment plan to avoid being dropped from their classes.
A financial aid application includes completing the online Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov as well as submitting any paperwork that is needed to complete your application.
Questions? Email financial aid: email@example.com
Submit a third party document or purchase order from an employer, etc., which allows the College to bill that party directly with no restrictions.
If you cannot pay your tuition by the due date, because of extenuating circumstances, you may call 978-556-3903 to discuss possible options.
NON-PAYMENT/BAD DEBT POLICY
If you are dropped for non-payment, in order to re-register for classes, you will have to pay upon registration. NECC cannot guarantee that the same classes will be available.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Accounts that have been deemed delinquent for failure to pay may be referred for intercept of State and/or Federal Payments (for example, tax refunds) under MGL C.62D AND C.7A as well as assigned to a collection agency under MGL C.7A AND 815 CMR 9.00, where a 20% collection fee will be added. You will not be able to register for future terms nor receive an official transcript until your account is paid in full.
Important Delinquent Account Note:
Changed your mind about attending?
Call 978-556-3700 to drop your classes if you are NOT planning to attend; otherwise you may owe a bill, regardless of whether or not you attend. Be sure to keep a record of the course drop confirmation number, for future reference. Delinquent accounts are not only sent to a collection agency and charged an additional 20% in collection fees, but are also referred to the Intercept Program of the Commonwealth which intercepts state income tax refunds.