Payment due dates, methods of payment and online payment information.
Payment and Due Dates
Students are responsible for making payments by their scheduled payment due date. A student that decides not to attend the course(s) in which he/she is registered for, is responsible for dropping the course(s) by the refund date of the course(s) (found on my student schedule) to avoid any financial liability to the college.
If payment is not made prior to the time Student Accounts and Payments closes on their due date any unpaid classes are at risk of being removed from the student's schedule.
It is the student's responsibility to withdraw from any course you do not want to be held financially responsible for.
*DO NOT RELY ON THE 'DROP FOR NON-PAYMENT PROCESS TO REMOVE YOU FROM YOUR SCHEDULE*
Important Reminder: Every class has its own refund and drop date. Please visit Registration's refund policy page for more information on withdrawal, refunds and appeals.
Drop for non-payment is performed at the close of business (see office hours for specific times). Payment must be received by your tuition due date/time. If you are enrolled in the online automatic payment plan, this covers your entire schedule.
* Please be aware that all registration methods will be unavailable the evening of the payment due date until noon the following day.
- e-bills are sent to your JJC email account
- View your account charges/activity 24/7 via MyJJC
If you register... To avoid the risk of being dropped for nonpayment, you must be paid in full or on a payment plan by between April 14 and July 11 July 11 between July 12 and Aug 8 Aug 8 Aug 9 and after By the close of the next business day after registering
If you register... To avoid the risk of being dropped for nonpayment, you must be paid in full or on a payment plan by March 23 - May 9 May 9 May 10 and after By the close of the next business day after registering
If you register...
To avoid the risk of being dropped for nonpayment, you must be paid in full or on a payment plan by
October 21st to December 6th
December 7th and after
By the close of the next business day after registering
What is Drop for Non-Payment?
Joliet Junior College's payment due date is determined by the date you register for classes. If full payment, enrollment into a payment plan or having Financial Aid or third-party financial assistance in place is not complete prior to the time Student Accounts and Payments closes on your payment due date then any unpaid classes are at risk of being removed from your schedule. If classes are removed from your schedule for non-payment, other students will then have the opportunity to register for those classes.
Students are responsible for making payments by their scheduled payment due dates. A student that decides not to attend the course(s) in which he/she is registered for, is responsible for dropping the course(s) by the refund date of the course(s) (found on my student schedule) to avoid any financial liability to the college.
A student who has been dropped for non-payment will only be able to re-register if the class(es) are not full and if the student immediately pays the amount due for class(es) upon registration.
If you are dropped from your class(es) for nonpayment, you may re-register in person providing you pay immediately, or call Registration and pay immediately with Visa, MasterCard or Discover. You will not be able to re-register until payment is made.
Effective July 1, 2018 A 1.95% non-refundable convenience fee will be assessed to all tuition/fee credit card transactions. Debit card transactions will be processed as credit card transactions, and therefore will be subject to the same 1.95% convenience fee.
Automatic Payment Plan
JJC partners with NBS (Nelnet Business Solutions) to offer an interest-free, online, monthly tuition/fees payment plan. You must enroll each semester.
The Automatic Payment Plan program is an online interest-free monthly payment plan that can accommodate down payments and monthly payments.
Having a solid plan for covering the cost of college is an important step toward graduation. Joliet Junior College is pleased to enlist the services of Nelnet Business Solutions to help make the process easier for you. This convenient budget plan is not a loan program. You have no debt, there is no interest or finance charges assessed, and there is no credit check. The cost to budget your interest-free, monthly payment plan is a $25-per-semester, nonrefundable Nelnet Business Solutions enrollment fee. You must have a minimum $100 balance owed to the college. You may budget your tuition and fees by automatic bank payment using a valid checking or savings account or by credit card.
- Easy online enrollment
- Monthly payment plan
- Flexible payment options
- No interest
PAYMENTS AUTOMATICALLY PROCESS ELECTRONICALLY THROUGH NBS ON YOUR DUE DATE
- valid automatic bank payment (ACH)
- valid credit card/debit card
Payments are automatically processed by NBS on the 5th of each month and will continue until the balance is paid in full. You must owe a minimum balance of $100 to Joliet Junior College in order to budget through the automatic payment plan.
Cost to Participate
- $25 nonrefundable enrollment fee per semester (ACH & credit card)
- $30 returned payment fee if a payment is returned The nonrefundable enrollment fee will be processed immediately. Down payments will be added to and processed with the nonrefundable enrollment fee.
Enrolling online is simple, secure, and easy. You must re-enroll each semester.
Before you click the Submit button, please carefully read through the final review and the terms and conditions. An immediate email will be sent (if an email address was provided for the person responsible for payment) confirming enrollment:
Connect to the Online Automatic Payment Plan - (must have a student ID#)
Payment Plan Availability
Availability of the Online Automatic Payment Plan is determined by Joliet Junior College. Please be aware the college may elect not to have the Plan available during specific times and dates during registration.
Please note enrollment is closed during the 'drop for non-payment process'
Automatic Payment Plan Program Enrollment Deadlines
Please be aware your tuition due date may differ from the payment plan enrollment dates.
Payment Plan Enrollment Date Down Payment* Installments Payment Months Payment Date Each Month** by June 29 0% + $25 enrollment fee 4 July - Oct 5th by July 26 10% + $25 enrollment fee 3 Aug - Oct 5th by Aug 20 30% + $25 enrollment fee 2 Sept - Oct 5th after Aug 20 50% + $25 enrollment fee 2 Sept - Oct 5th
Payment plan available on March 23, 2018 through May 22, 2018
Payment Plan Enrollment Date Down Payment* Installments Payment Months Payment Date Each Month** by Mar 27 0% + $25 enrollment fee 3 Apr - June 5th by Apr 26 30% + $25 enrollment fee 2 May - June 5th by May 22 50% + $25 enrollment fee 1 June 5th
Payment Plans available on October 21, 2017 through February 22, 2018
Payment Plan Enrollment Date Down Payment* Installments Payment Months Payment Date Each Month** by Nov 29 0% + $25 enrollment fee 4 Dec - March 5th by Dec 26 10% + $25 enrollment fee 3 Jan - March 5th by Jan 8 30% + $25 enrollment fee 2 Feb - March 5th after Jan 8 50% + $25 enrollment fee 2 Feb - March 5th
*$25 nonrefundable enrollment fee per semester (ACH & credit card)
**payments are automatically/electronically withdrawn from the account you set up on the 5th of each month
- All down payments and enrollment fees are processed immediately
- Payment Plans unavailable during drop for non-payment process on tuition due dates (plan shuts down at 6:00pm on due dates)
- Must enroll each semester
- Full payments may also be made through site at no charge
- You must be on a payment plan or paid in full by your due date (please be aware your tuition due date may differ from the payment plan enrollment dates)
Please do not assume your balance will automatically be adjusted if financial aid is received or a class is dropped or added. You should review your agreement balance online through My Automatic Payment Plan Account. You will need to go in as a new user, set up your own User ID and password, then use the information from your confirmation letter to view your agreement.
You can also call the Joliet Junior College Student Accounts and Payments at (815) 280-6688 to confirm the change.
If a student has applied for financial aid, has a scholarship, a grant, a loan or if a third party is responsible for payment, it is important that the student does not assume that his/her classes are paid for prior to the due date. Please check with the party responsible for the payment, prior to the due date, to be certain that the classes have been paid for.
Please visit the Financial Aid page and follow the procedures as listed.
- Online: MYJJC (Visa, MasterCard or Discover)
- In Person: at Main Campus Student Accounts and Payments, A-1020 or Romeoville Campus Administration Office (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, check* or cash). Cash payments above $50 not accepted at Romeoville Campus.
- Tuition Drop Box: at Main Campus outside the Enrollment Center, A-1020 (check only - no credit or cash deposits)
- By phone: at Main Campus (815) 280-6688 or Romeoville (815) 886-3000 (Visa, MasterCard or Discover).
- By mail: Joliet Junior College, Attn: Student Accounts and Payments, A-1020, 1215 Houbolt Road, Joliet IL 60431 (check only - do not send cash). **
- International Wire Transfer: at JJC.Flywire.com
*Please make checks payable to: Joliet Junior College
**Allow 7-10 business days prior to your tuition due date
Third Party Invoicing
Tuition and fee charges are the student’s financial responsibility. If you are requesting the college to invoice a third party with intent of covering the full balance or a portion of your charges, it is your responsibility to ensure that payment is applied to your account prior to your due date. The college will invoice third parties on your behalf as long as there is no grade or class attendance stipulations required by the third party. All document requests need to be received in the Student Accounts & Payments office (see contact information to the left) prior to your tuition due date. In the event your charges are left uncovered (sponsor does not pay as anticipated) all remaining balances become your responsibility.
District 525 residents 65 years of age and older may enroll, tuition free, in college credit or general interest courses. Senior citizens will be required to pay for all other mandatory fees associated with the course(s). The Student Accounts and Payments office must be informed of senior status each semester.