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Pay for College

PAYING FOR COLLEGE

We are here to help!

We get it, paying for college can be overwhelming and a real source of stress. The Financial Aid Office and Business Office at CWC is here to help. 

We are committed to the education of all of our students regardless of personal finances.

The Financial Aid Office is here to help you find a financial strategy that works for you. We are on hand to answer any financial aid questions you may have and want you to fulfill your educational goals with less financial burden. We will help you understand different types of funding available to you and how to apply for it.

If you can’t find the answers you are looking for, or just need to talk with someone one-on-one please call 855-2000, email FinAid@yeskma.com or visit us in Rustler Central.  

Business Office Hours:

Monday-Friday |  8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Cash Office Hours:

Monday-Friday |  8 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-4 p.m.

Financial Aid Office Hours:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday |  8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Tuesday | 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

STUDENT FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Students are encouraged to pay all tuition and fees or make arrangements for a payment plan in the Business Office at the time of registration. Any unpaid balance on the payment deadline (Friday before the start of the semester) must either be paid in full at that time or be set up on a payment plan.  Payments can be made at the Cashier’s Office, at any CWC Outreach Center, or be made online with a credit card or electronic check by logging into MyCentral/RustlerCentral.

Students who have not paid all tuition and fees or have not filed a payment plan by the payment deadline are subject to removal from all classes. Students who have received notification of funding such as grants, loans, or scholarships are exempt from payment deadline requirements on the covered amounts but must have filed a payment plan in the Business Office for any remaining balances by the above deadlines. CWC reserves the right to withhold normal services to students until all financial obligations to the college are fulfilled.