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Enrollment for the 2019 Fall semester payment plan begins July 8th.  

This payment gateway is a secure website where Authorized Payers can make payments on behalf of students using an electronic check, credit/debit card, or 529 Savings Plan. You should have received an email with your login name and temporary password when your student signed you up as an Authorized Payer.

 

Students should login using the MyCCP portal then navigate to the Financial Services tab to view their account details, make payment, or enroll in a payment plan. Students will be passed directly into the payment gateway from the MyCCP portal without needing to sign in again.


Guest payments on a student’s behalf can be made if you have not been set up as an Authorized Payer. The Guest Payment option can also be used by former students who no longer have an active student account login.   

Guest payers will be asked to provide the student ID number (also referred to by the College as the J#). Guest Payers will also need to enter the student’s last name exactly as it was provided to the College. The last name entered must match the last name in the College’s student information system which is used to post the payment to the student’s account.

Additional Information for Authorized Payers:

> Logging in for the first time and don't have the email with your login name and temporary password?  Contact your student to reset the password.  The Bursar's Office does not have access to your password.
> Create a “secret question” which you can use to reset your password if you forget it.

Having login problems?  Please read the following tips: 
• Is your Web browser pop-up blocker turned OFF?
• Use Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Google Chrome.
• Was your password reset?  HINT! When prompted to create a new password, enter the temporary password (which is in the password reset email notification) in the "Old Password" field. 
• Forgot your Authorized Payer name?  Contact your student.  
• Login name and password are case-sensitive; is your CAP LOCK on?