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Bill Payment

  • Your BCC schedule is also your bill. It states your balance and your due date
  • Your Bill is due within 3 business days of your date of registration
  • If you register online you will not receive a bill in the mail. You must get your balance due from the Account Summary Page after you register online.

Bursar Office
Room A-229 (2nd Floor Main Building)
Tel: (201) 447-7105 Fax: (201) 447-3518

Hours: Monday, Wednesday,Thursday & Friday: 9:00 AM - 4:45 PM
Tuesday:     9:00 AM - 6:45 PM

Payment Methods

  • All payments must be received by the due date. You may pay in full or enroll for the deferred payment plan with AMS (Fall and Spring semesters only) at 
    800-635-0120
  • Payment can be made by Cash, Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard or debit card), Check or Money Order at the Bursar window.
  • If paying by check or money order, payment must be for the full amount and must include the student's social security number or College ID number
  • After business hours, payment by check or money order can be dropped in the night depository located near Bursar's office entrance
  • Check or Money order is made payable to Bergen Community College and mailed to:
    Bursar's Office, Bergen Community College, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ 07652-1595

Payment by Credit Card (Mail or Fax)

  • Students paying by credit card can download the make a payment form. The completed form can be faxed over to Bursar's office at 201-447-3518

Stop Payment

  • Students who issue a Stop payment authorization against checks paid to the college for tuition, fees and other services are held responsible for such payment. A penalty fee for any such Stop payment authorization will also be assessed

Insurance Medical Benefit Plan

Students who register for 12 credits or more will automatically be billed for medical insurance coverage. Any student who changes their status from full-time (12 credits or more) to part-time (less than 12 credits) by September 30, 2003 will not be billed for medical insurance coverage, and any fee collected will be refunded to the student. The plan is specifically designed for students and is offered at a reasonable premium. If you already have health/hospital insurance and do not wish this coverage, you must request a waiver of the insurance fee. A waiver form will be available at the time of registration. You must complete the form and provide your insurance carrier's name and address and your policy number. Upon receipt of the form, the fee will be waived and/or your payment refunded.

Part-time students (11 credits or less) may also purchase insurance. If you are interested, you may obtain the information brochure at the Bursar's Office (A-229) or the Health Services Office (B-101).

Refunds

For Fall and Spring semesters, the refund policy is as follows:

  • 100% until the end of the first week of classes
  • 50% between the start of the second week and the end of the second week of classes
  • 25% between the start of the third week and the end of the third week of classes
  • 0% after the end of the third week of classes

All refunds are issued to the student. Payment by credit card may be refunded to the credit card upon presentation of the credit card. For Summer Sessions, refer to the calendar in the registration book to see the refund dates.