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Paying Your Bill

Your MyAccountManager is the one-stop shop for paying your tuition and fees online. Our online payment system provides flexibility to make secure and private payments with your preferred method, including international payments. By making payments online, you will see faster payment posting and updates of your payment status and account balance. Students are responsible for making sure tuition and fees are paid on time, regardless of who funds their education and owing money from a previous term will subject you to a financial hold. To view your student account activity, sign in to MyPima, and from the “Register & Pay” page, select MyAccountManager.

MyAccountManager is where you can make payments. Payment can be submitted up to the amount owed to your account. Once payment has been submitted, it cannot be canceled.

Web Checks are a FREE, fast, and simple online payment method allowing you to pay from your U.S. checking or savings account using your bank account number and routing number. Please note, that if the account/routing numbers are not correct resulting in a failed payment, a $25.00 Returned Item Fee will be charged to the student account.

Debit or Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express) are accepted by our third-party processor, Paypath, for a 2.85% non-refundable service fee. Please note, that if the transaction is returned, a $25.00 Returned Item Fee will be charged to the student account. Student account debit and credit card payments are only accepted online and are not accepted by mail, over the phone, or in person. 

 

Paying tuition in full at one time isn't always an option but by enrolling in a payment plan, you can pay your tuition in smaller installments. Pima offers payment plans for fall, spring, and summer terms. Use the payment plan estimator to see how your payments will be scheduled based on your residency, credits, and enrollment. 
Financial Aid may be used to cover some or all of your tuition and fees. If you have completed all the required acceptance steps and your estimated financial aid award will fund your tuition and fees, your registration should be protected and you will not need to enroll in a payment plan. See “Financial Aid Overview” for more information.

As a courtesy to our students, Pima will bill approved governmental and third-party sponsors for student tuition and fees. Qualifying sponsors include approved corporations, vocational rehabilitation offices, and government agencies including Military Tuition Assistance.

Student Responsibility

To ensure timely and accurate billing to a third party, sponsored students must complete the following:

  • A FERPA Student Authorization for Release of Educational Records to grant your sponsor access to your financial and academic information included in student account billing records.
  • Any amounts not covered by the third party must be paid by the applicable tuition payment deadline to avoid a student account hold.

Third-Party Sponsor

If you would like to establish a third-party relationship with Pima, please email Accounts Receivable Services at bursaronline@pima.edu for more information. 

We have partnered with TransferMate to provide seamless international payments through your online student account. Log into your student account, select Make A Payment, choose TransferMate from the dropdown menu, and follow the prompts.

Bank wires may also be initiated through your online student account via our partnership with TransferMate. Log into your student account, go to the ‘Make Payment’ tab, choose TransferMate
in the dropdown menu, and follow the prompts to complete your transaction. Domestic wires
may be completed by selecting the United States from the country menu.

While we recommend completing your payments through your online student account, we
know that’s not always an option. Personal checks, cashier's checks, and money orders are accepted by mail. Please allow 10 days for mailing time.
Before mailing a check, be sure to review any applicable payment deadlines as notification of mailed payments does not hold registration or exempt a student from late charges. 

  • Checks must contain the issuer’s printed name and address. 
  • Checks must be made payable to Pima Community College. 
  • Include your student identification number (A#) and College semester. College Employees will write student identification numbers on checks when students fail to add them.
  • If the check payment is returned by the bank, the payment will be reversed and a $25.00 Returned Item Fee will be charged to the student account. Returned payments may be forwarded to a collection agency or the Pima County Attorney's Office.
  • Second-party checks, out-of-country checks, post-dated checks, and payments for more than the account balance are not accepted.
  • It is the policy of Pima Community College to electronically convert and process paper checks received using the Automated Clearing House (ACH) Network, under the rules governed by the National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA), and the Federal Reserve Bank. 

Checks should be mailed to:

Pima Community College
Attn: Accounts Receivable Services 
2202 West Anklam Road
Tucson, AZ 85709-0200

Personal checks, cashier's checks, money orders, and cash payments (U.S. dollars only) are accepted at campus Accounts Receivable Services offices at the Downtown and West campuses. Debit or credit card payments can only be made online.

  • Checks must contain the issuer’s printed name and address. 
  • Checks must be made payable to Pima Community College. 
  • Include your student identification number (A#) and College semester. College Employees will write student identification numbers on checks when students fail to add them.
  • If the check payment is returned by the bank, the payment will be reversed and a $25.00 Returned Item Fee will be charged to the student account. Returned payments may be forwarded to a collection agency or the Pima County Attorney's Office.
  • Second-party checks, out-of-country checks, post-dated checks, and payments for more than the account balance are not accepted.
  • It is the policy of Pima Community College to electronically convert and process paper checks received using the Automated Clearing House (ACH) Network, under the rules governed by the National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA), and the Federal Reserve Bank. 

For additional assistance, please contact Accounts Receivable Services.

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