Ways to Pay

Tuition and fee payments can be made by check (subject to a fourteen-day waiting period for clearance), money order, American Express, Visa, MasterCard or Discover, and they can be transmitted online, in person or by mail.

Online payment

You can make a payment online, anytime!

  • Access Montco Connect
  • Select Finances
  • Choose Access My Payment Center
  • Select Make a Payment
By Mail

To pay by mail, make your check or money order payable to "Montgomery County Community College". Include your student ID in the memo field of your check. Once your check is received, it will be processed to your account.

Send your payment to:

Montgomery County Community College
Attn: Payment Office
340 DeKalb Pike
Blue Bell, PA 19422

In person

We are located in College Hall and you can make a payment in the form of check (subject to a fourteen-day waiting period for clearance), money order, and/or credit card, in person, by mail or through the MCCC Student Payment Center.  If you need additional assistance, please email payment@mc3.edu with a telephone number where we can reach you.


Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Additional hours are added during peak times.

Payment Schedule

Session Schedule
All Sessions Tuition in full at time of enrollment or enroll in a payment plan


Frequently Asked Questions

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How will I receive payment information?

Important notices regarding payments and key deadlines are sent to your College-issued student email address. Check that email regularly.

What if my aid does not fully cover my tuition?

If any financial aid or other scholarship money you receive doesn’t cover the entire amount, you must pay the remaining balance.

I've lost my financial aid.

In the event that you lose some or all of your financial support, you are still responsible for the full amount due — even if you decide to no longer attend classes.

What happens if I drop a class(es)

To avoid charges, you must drop classes in accordance with our refund policy; non-attendance alone doesn’t relieve your obligations.

Is there a charge for invalid funds?

If your check (paper or electronic) is returned as uncollected, the college will assess your student account a $25.00 returned payment fee and require you to make payment by credit/debit card, money order or cash.

I have an overdue balance on my account – why can't I register for class?

You will not be allowed to register for future terms, have access to your grades, or have your official transcript sent anywhere until your obligations to the College are paid in full. Payment for overdue balances must first clear the bank before you will be allowed to register for future terms.

What happens if I do not pay my overdue balance?

Accounts that are not paid in full by the posted due dates or that are not kept up with in a payment plan may be forwarded to a collection agency.

How do I pay my parking ticket?

Payments can be through the Parking Violation Payment portal.

For specific add/drop dates, refer to the registration calendar. Please ensure you review the refund policy prior to modifying your course schedule.