Your registration is not complete until tuition and fees have been paid in full or you have enrolled in the FACTS deferred payment plan.
Tuition is determined by the number of courses you take and your residency status. Fees are determined by the number and type of courses you take. These fees do not include classroom expenses like art supplies or course-specific equipment that may be required by the instructor.
The average student will take 10-18 credits per quarter. Full-time is 12 credits. An advisor can help you estimate your typical tuition and fee payments. See the Tuition and Fees pages for full details on tuition and fee charges.
Tuition Payment Deadline
If you register prior to the beginning of the quarter, you must pay your tuition and fees or enroll in the FACTS automatic payment plan within 7 business days of your registration or prior to the start of the quarter, whichever comes first. If you register on or after the first day of the quarter, tuition and fee payment is due immediately upon registration. Students who do not pay tuition by the deadline will be dropped from classes for non-receipt of payment.
How to Pay
You can pay your tuition and fees by credit card online or by deferred payment plan without coming to campus, or in person, at the Cashier’s Office, on the second floor of the College Center Building. In-person payments can be made by cash, check, American Express, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, debit card or financial aid award. Checks must be written for the exact amount and must be drawn on banks located in the United States. A handling fee of $30.75 is charged for any returned checks. Students will be automatically dropped from classes if checks written for tuition are returned for insufficient funds. Students who are dropped for insufficient funds must pay tuition and fees in cash or by credit card.
Financial assistance must be arranged with the Financial Aid Office prior to registration.
Photo identification cards are required for all currently enrolled students at North Seattle College.
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Visit the Bookstore
Bring your list of classes to the bookstore to purchase books for your classes. Details are available at the Bookstore's web page.
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Remember to attend the first day of classes or communicate with your instructor in advance if you are unable to attend. Registered students who are absent the first day without prior approval of the instructor or department may be withdrawn from classes.