Pima offers a variety of ways to pay your bill:
Online: Payment is available on MyAccountManager 7 days a week. Once a payment has been submitted, it cannot be canceled.
- Web Check (No Service Fee) to pay with a personal checking or savings account by providing a U.S. bank account number and routing number to complete the payment. (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 (2.75% non-refundable Paypath Service Fee, 2.85% effective May 1, 2019) to pay with an American Express, Discover, Mastercard or Visa credit or debit card.
In-Person: Personal checks, cashier's checks, traveler's checks, money orders, and cash payments (U.S. dollars only) are accepted at campus Accounts Receivable/Cashiering offices. Please note, Debit/Credit card payments can ONLY be made online for student account payments.
Mail: Personal checks, cashier's checks, traveler's checks, and money orders are accepted by mail.
Notes on Paper Check Payments:
- Pima only accepts checks that contain a printed name and address.
- Make your check payable to Pima Community College.
- Include your student identification number and College semester.
- Mail your payment to Pima Community College, Accounts Receivable Services, 4905D East Broadway Boulevard, Tucson, AZ 85709-1225.
- Checks should be mailed at least two weeks prior to the Tuition Payment Deadline to avoid deletion of registration and late charges. Notification of pending mailed payments does not hold registration or exempt a student from late charges.
- If the check payment is returned by the bank for any reason, a $25.00 Returned Check Fee will be charged to the student account.
- Second-party checks, out-of-country checks, post-dated checks, and payments for more than the account balance are not accepted.
- NSF payments may be forwarded to a collection agency or the Pima County Attorney's Office.
- 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. College Employees will write student identification numbers on checks when students fail to add them.