Upon registering for classes, housing, or meals at Cincinnati Christian University, you incur a financial obligation for the cost of those services and all related charges. This obligation can be adjusted only if you add, drop, or officially withdraw in accordance with CCU’s established policy. Failure to attend does not release you from this obligation.
Payment or a guaranteed payment arrangement is due approximately ten days prior to the start of each term. If you register after the payment due date for the term, then your payment is due upon registration. A late fee will be charged to all students who do not complete payment arrangements by the payment due date, and finance charges will be applied to unpaid balances at 1.25% per month (15% APR). In the event that you have an unpaid student account balance that is turned over to a collection agency, you will be responsible for paying the expenses and fees incurred in the collection of your account.
Students who have unpaid accounts or are delinquent with their payment plans will not be permitted to register for subsequent terms. An unpaid account balance also will preclude the assignment of grades, issuance of transcripts, and graduation.
Extended Payment Plan through Tuition Management Systems (TMS): Available to all students. This option allows monthly payments to be extended through the semester. An enrollment fee is charged.
Third-Party Payment: Students whose accounts will be paid by a third party must provide official documentation of this anticipated payment to CCU. Documentation must verify the amount of the scholarship or payment per semester and list any restrictions or additional requirements. Third-party payment sources may include: