Cashier’s Office


Payment of tuition and fees may be made in full, at the Cashier’s Office, by phone, by mail, or deposited in the payment drop box next to the cashier’s Office located in the Kee Hall.

Fees may be paid with Cash, Check, Money Order, Debit Card, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover Card. If you are paying by mail or using the drop box, please make sure to include your social security number or student ID number on your payment. To find out the amount of your tuition please logon at MyNC and click on Account Summary by Term.


Payment Plans can be done at the Cashier’s office or on-line through your MYNC. The first payment needs to be made at the time of your payment plan creation. If payment is not received at the time of creation your payment plan will be cancelled.

Payment Plan Terms and Conditions (PDF), opens in a new window


For mail-in or drop box payments by credit/debit card, make sure to provide the card number, card type, expiration date, and the three digit security code on the back of the card, as well as, your signature.


Payment of tuition and fees for the current semester can be made in full on-line at MyNC.


If you do not apply for financial aid in sufficient time for it to be processed by the published fee due date, you will be considered a non-financial aid student and be required to make payment using one of the options above. Contact NC State Financial Aid Office for more info.


Students whose fees are being paid by a third party agency/employer need to ensure their agency/employer gets a voucher or other “intent to pay” document to the Cashier’s office by the last day to pay fees each term. This letter of intent should reflect that payment is not based on course completion or proof of grade(s).


Students whose fees are being paid by an agency/employer at the end of a term based on course completion or proof of grade(s) can apply for Employer Reimbursement Tuition Deferment. Students are required to submit an application (prior to the published last day to pay fees for the given term), a letter on the employer’s letterhead outlining the tuition reimbursement policy and confirmation that the employee is eligible to participate in the program, a deferment fee $50.00 of and their first payment of 25% of their fees. Final payment of tuition is due no later than four weeks after the end of the term. If you have any questions, please contact the Cashier’s office.

Tuition Deferment Form (PDF), opens in a new window

Tuition Freedom

Former College Credit Plus students can get up to 60 hours of free tuition. An Associate Degree could be entirely tuition free under this program.

Read more about Tuition Freedom