COVID-19 Updates
Posted January 13, 2022

See detailed protocols for Massachusetts students taking in-person classes for Spring 2022.

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Course registration is contingent upon the payment of all amounts due to the College. Students owing a balance of more than $50 cannot register for courses. Once registered for a term, payment or acceptable arrangements must be made prior to the start of the term. If a student registers after the term starts, or after add/drop ends, or after the established payment due date is past, payment is due one week after the registration.

How do I pay my bill?


The quickest and easiest way to make a payment is by paying online via online payment portal via Neltnet/TMS.  This is available 24 hours a day and can be done in 2 easy steps:

  1. Log in:
  2. Click "Enroll Now"
  3. Sign into Account or Create a "New Account"
  4. Follow steps on screen to complete a one time payment or to enroll into a payment plan.

Please choose school that you are currently enrolled in.

E-Check,VISA, MasterCard and Discover are accepted.


You can also mail us your payment. Checks and money orders must be made payable to Cambridge College and include your college ID number.

In Person

During business hours you can make a payment in person at our main campus, 500 Rutherford Avenue, Boston, Mass.  Payments are not accepted at any other college location.

Wire Transfer

Please contact our office if you are interested in making a payment via wire transfer.

Payment Plan

Payment plans can be established with Nelnet. The payment plan allows you to pay your tuition and fees in up to four payments in the fall (July through October) and spring (November through April) terms, and two payments in the summer term (June and July). Please visit

to create your account and set up your payment plan. We highly recommend that this is done immediately after registering for your courses.

Resources to pay for your education

  • Financial aid (federal students loans, scholarships, etc.)
  • Employer tuition assistance programs or third party sponsor - acceptable if payment is made directly to Cambridge College and is not contingent upon grades. Please contact the Bursar's Office prior to the beginning of the term so that an invoice can be generated.
  • Veteran's benefits - If you are eligible for veteran's educational benefits, please contact the Bursar's Office to discuss your own particular situation.
  • Using your own funds - See "how do I pay my bill?" above.

When payments are due

Bills are mailed at least 30 days prior to the start of the term. Payments are to be remitted on or before the due date indicated on the statement (this date is typically one week prior to the term start date):

  Payment Due Late Payment Fee & Hold
Fall 2020 September 1 September 16
Spring 2021 January 5 January 27
Summer 2020 June 7 June 29
Late Payment Fee

Students will be assessed a late payment fee if acceptable payment arrangements are not made by the due date indicated on the statement. Acceptable payment arrangements include payment in full, having current completed FAFSA on file without any missing documents, pending aid that covers student's balance in full being awraded prior to the Bursr payment due date, approved third-party billing (i.e. Veterans) and an active and current payment plan with the Nelnet.

Figuring Your Tuition Each Term

On our website, go to your Cambridge College location, click on your academic program, and see current tuition rates posted on the Tuition tab. Multiply the number of credits you are taking by the per-tem rate. (In some cases there may be other expenses in addition to course tuition.)

Always refer to your account on MyCC for the most up-to-date balance information.

Graduation Clearance

All tuition and other charges must be paid in full by the published graduation clearance deadline in order to receive graduation clearance from the Bursar’s Office.


You will not be able to register until you have paid your bill. Once acceptable payment arrangements have been made, we can clear you to register online. Students with a balance will have a Bursar restriction ("hold") placed on their account. This restriction prevents access to grades, official transcripts, diplomas, and certificates. Students are notified of impending restriction via email to their Cambridge College email addresss.

The College will make every effort to work out repayment plans. In the event a balance remains outstanding, student debts will be submitted to a collection agency if payment is not received. In such cases, the student is liable for any court costs and collection agency fees. Collection agency fees may total up to 40% of the outstanding bill, as allowed by Massachu­setts law. Cambridge College reserves the right to report account information to a credit bureau.