Tuition, Fees and Deadlines

You registered for classes. Now what? Read below to learn when and how to pay your tuition and fees to get your semester started on the right foot!

Spring Tuition, Fees and Deadlines

Spring 2017

The priority deadline for all Financial Aid documentation is TBD.

View CSCC Spring 2017 Tuition and Fees [PDF]

View TNeCampus Spring 2017 Tuition and Fees [PDF]

Refund Schedule for Spring 2017 [PDF]

If you registered between:
Your last day to pay is:
November 7 – January 5
January 5 at 4:30pm
January 6 – January 25
January 25 at 4:30pm


You will be able to see your tuition through CougarNet account. You must complete the registration process by paying fees or other means by the due date, or your classes will be dropped.
To complete your registration, fees can be paid in one of the following ways:

  1. You may stop by the Business Office or go to our Athens Center.
  2. If paying by credit card, you may pay via the web through your CougarNet account, or by calling 423-478-6238 or 800-604-2722, ext. 290.
  3. You may mail your payment to Cleveland State Community College, Business Office, P.O. BOX 3570, Cleveland, TN, 37320-3570.  Please include your student I.D. number.  The Business Office must receive payment no later than due date, or your classes will be dropped.

If you are using any kind of discount form, it must be turned in to the Business Office before you make a payment via the web or before you call in your credit card number to the Business Office.  If you are stopping by the office to pay, please bring the form with you.

Attention All Financial Aid Students

If your Authorized Aid Balance is adequate to cover your tuition and fees, no further action is necessary.

  1. If you are using any kind of discount form it must be turned in to the Business Office.
  2. If you have Financial Aid Scholarship and it does not show in your account, or the Authorized Aid Balance box, contact the Financial Aid Office.
  3. If your Scholarship has been credited to your account and you do not plan to attend Cleveland State, you must withdraw from your classes.

If you are a First Time Loan Borrower, your aid will be disbursed in two parts. If there is a credit balance after the tuition and fees are taken out, you will receive a refund.