Tuition and fees paid by someone other than the student (employer, organization, etc.) is considered a third-party sponsor.
It is your (the student's) responsibility to:
- Be aware that tuition payment is due by the payment deadline.
- Notify Tarrant County College's Business Services Office each term if a sponsor will cover tuition.
- Supply the Business Services Office with a tuition assistance (TA) authorization if you are seeking TA through a military branch. Please contact your Education Service Office for help with getting started.
- Bring sponsor payment agreement, pay tuition or make payment arrangements by the deadline or risk being dropped from your courses.
- Be familiar with the terms and conditions of your sponsor program.
- Be prepared to make payment by the payment deadline if you register for a class not covered by a sponsor.
- Provide an amended or additional purchase order for a schedule change if a sponsor is covering specific courses.
- Drop the appropriate courses prior to the first day of the term if you are not intending to take them. This will help to avoid fnon-refundable tuition charges.
If a third-party sponsor has not paid your sponsored tuition invoice by the end of the next term, the unpaid tuition invoice will be moved to your account. You, the student, will be responsible for the unpaid balance, which may be sent to a third-party collection agency. Do not assume that a course will automatically be dropped for non-payment.
If you have any questions, please contact Business Services at 817-515-4PAY.
Updated March 07, 2017