Pay Your Bill

    

LCCC students will receive both paper and email invoices. Tuition must be paid by the tuition due date. To view your tuition, log into your student account on MyCampus.
   

View Your Bill

To view your tuition due:

Ways to Pay

View tuition rates and due dates
  

Online Payments

Pay Online. Click here for instructions.  
  

In-person payments

To pay in person, visit the Financial Services Center in the Bass Library. 
  

Pay by mail

To pay by mail, send your check to:

Lorain County Community College
Bursar’s Office
1005 N Abbe Road
Elyria, OH 44035
  

Pay by Phone

Call the Bursar’s Office at 440-366-4045 to make your payment over the phone with a credit card.  
  

Installment Payment Plan

The Interest-Free Tuition Installment Plan allous you to spread the cost of your tuition payments over three payments throughout the semester. 

  Learn more about the Tuition Installment Plan.
     

Senior Adult Tuition Waivers

Tuition-free waivers for qualifying older adults are processed on a space-available, first-come, first-served basis. Learn more about how to enroll as a Senior Adult Learner.
  

Employer Tuition Reimbursement

  • Discuss the tuition reimbursement opportunities with your employer. Some employers will pay your tuition up front. Some will reimburse you after you have registered or completed your class.
  • If your employer will reimburse you, please follow your employer’s process based on the policy. Your employer will provide you with tuition reimbursement documents or a copy of the policy, voucher or official document. Please get a copy of these documents.
  • Documents are submitted to Financial Services window.
  • Questions about the tuition reimbursement process should be directed to the Bursar: 440-366-
      

Financial Aid

Financial aid includes many forms of financial help to attend college. These include grants, loans, scholarships and other sources. 

  Explore Financial Aid Options for LCCC Students. 

 

Tax Credits

Tax credits are financial educational awards that are subtracted from the tax a family owes, rather than reducing taxable income like a tax deduction. These credits are based on several factors including your family’s taxable income.

    Learn more about tax credits.
 

1098-T Tax Forms

For students who had qualified education expenses that were billed during the tax year, a 1098-T form should be mailed in the month of January for the prior tax year. If grants and scholarships covered or exceeded the qualifying educational expenses for the same year, the student will not receive a statement. 

   Learn more about how to access 1098-T Tax Forms.