Tuition Policies

Madisonville Community College Fall 2014 tuition is due no later than Wednesday, August 13, unless payment arrangements have been made.

Payment arrangements include:

  • a total financial aid award that covers your tuition balance (anticipated aid must be greater than balance due), including MSU concurrent enrollment OR
  • a FACTS payment plan set up by the student  OR
  • or authorization received from 3rd party sponsorship (ex: WIA, Veterans, etc.)

Students with unpaid tuition bills WILL BE DROPPED from all classes.

Students who wish to set up a payment plan may do so using their online self-service account. Payments options will vary depending on the date your arrangement is made. 

  • If set up by July 16, zero down,
  • If set up by Aug 6, 25% down,
  • If set up by Sept. 6, 50% down

Tuition and fees are subject to change. Prospective and enrolled students should check with the MCC Office of Admissions, Registrar, and/or Business Office for the approved tuition and fee rates.

Registration is not complete until fees are paid. MasterCard, Visa and Discover may be used for payment of tuition, fees and books.

Students who have been approved for financial aid will have their tuition and fees deferred until financial aid is received. Students whose tuition is paid by a third party such as a government agency, scholarship, or employer should consult with Business Office personnel to make sure documentation is on file to defer their tuition and fees.

Payment Plan
KCTCS offers the NELNET Tuition Payment Plan to enable you to more easily afford your education expenses. You may make payments by either automatic bank payments or by charging payments to your Visa or MasterCard. Because NELNET is not a loan program, there is not debt incurred, no credit search and there is no interest or finance charges assessed by NELNET on unpaid balances.NELNET charges a $25 per semester non-refundable fee to enroll and participate in the program.

Refund dates for each semester can be found on the Academic Calendar.
As required under Section 484B of the Higher Education Act (HEA), to assure recovery of the federal financial aid funds, a special refund schedule applies to those students receiving Title IV financial assistance who officially withdraw during their first term of enrollment.