What do I need to know before I register?
To register for the next semester, you must have a zero balance on your student account with the College. There are NO exceptions to this rule. Balances can be paid in person at the Student Accounts Office or the Evening Director's office. Checks can be mailed to our office, but until the payment is posted (usually in 2 to 3 days) you will not be able to register.
During early registration, you can come to the cashier's window in Pemberton Hall HUB, Room 104 and make a payment. You can then take the receipt with you to walk-in registration and show the registration techs that your account is paid in full.
During walk-in and late registration, if you are paying off the previous semester's charges, the Student Accounts office will only accept immediate funds to pay off the previous semester charges (NO personal or business checks: only credit cards, cash or money orders).
For early, walk-in and late registration dates, please refer to the college calendar listed on the Admissions Department's website.
Can I defer part or all of my tuition?
If you are unable to pay the total amount due at this time, Bucks offers a tuition payment plan, administered by Sallie Mae®.
If you have made a 50% payment online and wish to enroll in the Tuition Deferment Program, please send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org and follow these instructions:
- In the subject line put your student number AND Tuition Deferment Program (for example if your student number is s0999999, then: "s0999999 Tuition Deferment Program")
- Cut and paste the following message into the body of the message, inserting your name, total balance, total payment:
- My name is (name) and my student number is (student number). My total balance for courses registered this semester is (total balance). I have made a payment of 50% on my account and wish to be enrolled in the Tuition Deferment program. I agree to be charged $25 to enroll in the program. I also agree that the final payment must be made by 11/01/07 in order to avoid a late charge.
- Student Accounts will send you an e-mail to verify you have met the requirements of the program and enrollment in the program. Only until you receive this return e-mail will you be enrolled in the program.