HOW TO PAY FOR COLLEGE
If there is an out of pocket balance after financial aid is applied, students have the option to either pay the balance in full or utilize a payment plan over the duration of the semester. Payment in full is due by the first day of the semester, unless financial aid is still being processed. It is the student’s responsibility to pay tuition and fees regardless of attendance.
Payment may be made by cash, check, or debit/credit card (Visa, MC, AmEx, or Discover). Scheduled payments by any payment type may be made on campus in the Student Accounts office, located in Texas 309. Check payments can be mailed to campus (1600 Pierce St, Lakewood CO 80214), and made payable to RMCAD and include the Student ID number in the memo line. Debit/credit card transactions can be made either online or over the phone.
COLLEGE PAYMENT PLANS
The RMCAD Payment Plan is designed to finance all tuition—or the portion of tuition not covered by financial assistance, such as grants, loans and scholarships—interest-free. Accounts with late payments are subject to a registration hold. Payment plans are set up by Financial Aid as an option for payment on all out of pocket balances. Contact Student Accounts at 303-567-7285 for more information and to set up recurring payments.
After you have registered for a course, RMCAD will reserve a space for you in that course regardless of attendance. RMCAD reserves the right to withhold registration and letters of recommendation until all charges have been paid and your student account is cleared. Failure to pay tuition and fees may result in cancellation of future registration. Payment plans are available each semester you are registered.
The Student Accounts Office works with students to manage charges for each student, including tuition, fees, and various fines. Statements are emailed at least 14 days prior to the beginning of each semester to the student’s RMCAD email address. Any out of pocket balance from tuition charges are due and payable prior to the start of each semester.