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The State Board for Community Colleges has approved the following tuition and fee rates effective for the Fall Semester 2015. To view a detailed Tuition and Fee chart, including the definitions of individual fees, click on the appropriate status below.Fall Semester 2015
Fee(1)Auxiliary Capital Fee (1)
(1) Institutional Fee, Student Activity Fee, and Auxiliary Capital Fee are charged up to a maximum 15 credit hours
(2) Capital Fee (applies to all Out-of-State Residents with the exception of Military Contract Students.)
The Business Contract Rate applies to out-of-state students covered under a contract between the college and a Virginia employer; in-state students covered under a contract will be charged the Virginia Contract Rate. The Military Contract Rate applies to all out-of-state military students covered under a contract between the college and a federal military installation.
Students are expected to buy any books, supplies, and consumable materials needed for courses of study. The estimated cost of such items averages $300 - 500 per semester for a full-time student. Books and supplies are available at a bookstore on each campus; textbooks and other course materials may also be ordered on-line at http://tcc.bncollege.com/
Tidewater Community College offers students the following methods for payment of tuition and fees. Click any of the links below for more information on each method of payment.
Students will be eligible for a refund of tuition and fees for those credit hours dropped during the published add/drop period for each term. Payments for courses cancelled by the college will be refunded automatically. Refunds for a given term will begin processing after the published “Last Day to Drop for a Tuition Refund.”
1) Dynamic Session classes have unique refund and withdrawal dates. Please contact the Enrollment Services Office for procedures and dates.
2) Credit card payments made via the college's website (Student information System) using the college’s on-line system (QuikPay) will be refunded to the cardholder.
3) On-campus payment refunds will be issued through a third party vendor. Tuition refunds will be issued electronically to either a prepaid debit card or direct deposit (ACH) to a bank account. For more information visit the Refund2Card - Electronic Disbursements page.
4) Community Education & Community Service students will be eligible for a refund for a course that is dropped prior to the first meeting of the course and for any course cancelled by the college.
Refer to the following links for more information on refunds and the refund appeal procedure
Any amount less than one dollar will not be refunded to the student.
When a returned check or dishonored credit card or debit card charge back is returned to the college prior to the last day for a tuition refund, the student will automatically be removed from all affected classes. A $35.00 service charge will be assessed against the student's account for a returned check or dishonored credit card or debit card payment for accounts not in past due collection status. A period of ten (10) days will be allowed to satisfy the financial obligation prior to initiating the collection process. A $50.00 service charge will be assessed against the student's account for a returned check or dishonored credit card or debit card payment when the student's account is in past due collection status. Notice of these actions will be sent by U.S. Mail to the student.
To be eligible to attend classes, the student must register again prior to the last day to add or change classes as noted in the TCC Catalog by presentation of a certified check, money order, MasterCard or Visa, or cash.
In addition, a “Prevent Check Presentation” service indicator will be placed on the student account for a minimum of two years. If the returned check fee and total obligation is not paid in full by the required time the college will seek payment though the State of Virginia Department of Treasury and Collection agencies.
See policy on delinquent accounts (below)POLICY ON DELINQUENT ACCOUNTS
Students who incur a debt (delinquent account) with the college must satisfy that debt to remain in good standing with the college. The college will follow procedures provided by the State CAPP Manual, the Virginia Community College System’s Policy Manual, and the TCC Financial Services Policy and Procedure Manual in pursuit of all delinquent accounts.
When a returned check or dishonored credit card or debit card charge back is returned to the college after the last day for tuition refund, a $35.00 service charge will be assessed against the student's account for a returned check or dishonored credit card or debit card payment for accounts not in past due collection status. A period of ten (10) days will be allowed to satisfy the financial obligation prior to initiating the collection process. A $50.00 service charge will be assessed against the student's account for a returned check or dishonored credit card or debit card payment when the student's account is in past due collection status. Notice of these actions will be sent by U.S. Mail to the student.
At 30 days past due, all delinquent accounts will be assessed a collection fee equal to 30% of the original debt. External resources include the Virginia Department of Taxation Set-off Debt system and Private Collection Agencies.
Students who maintain a debt to the college will not be permitted to register or to attend classes, and the college will not issue transcripts, certificates, or degrees, until all debts are paid in full to the college.
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Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday
8:30 am - 6:30 pm
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
August 17th - August 28th, 2015
Monday - Thursday
*Saturday, August 22, 2015
8:30 am - 6:30 pm
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
(757) 822 - 1240For assistance visit: mysupport.tcc.edu
(757) 822 - 7347For assistance visit: mysupport.tcc.edu
** 1098-T FORMS are mailed by the end of January each year **
The 1098-T form is used to report information about students to the IRS as required by the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997.
This form is informational only, and provides the dollar amount of cash, check, and credit card payments made for tuition
in the current tax year. The form also contains information about eligibility for federal income educational tax credits.
If a 1098-T form is not received in the mail by February 15th, contact the college 1098-T coordinator at 822-1776,
or by e-mail: 1098T@tcc.edu. Your message should include your full name, your student EMPL ID number and any specific questions you have regarding your 1098-T.
Additional copies of your current 1098t form or previous years’ forms can be accessed on the TRA website at
If you have not previously established an account or have only accessed the site previously with a 4 digit “PIN”, click on “First Time Students” and establish an account. PINs from the previous years are not valid for access on this site.
If you have questions regarding your 1098-t form, please contact the college 1098-T info-line at 822-1776 or by e-mail at 1098T@tcc.edu. Your message should include your full name, your student EMPL ID number, and any specific question you have regarding your 1098-T.top
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