All tuition, fees, and other applicable charges are payable in full to Allegany College of Maryland by the date/s listed below in order to avoid late fees. Payments deferred in anticipation of an approved scholarship or other approved third party funding, such as financial aid, will not be subject to late fees.
Fall Semester 2018 tuition and fees due by August 1, 2018.
By this date you must have completed one of the following:
- Receive an award letter for Financial Aid that covers your total tuition and fees. If you are receiving aid for the first time, you must also request a final high school transcript be sent to the Admissions Office. If you are accepting Federal Student Loans, you must return your Loan Acceptance Form (LAF) to the Financial Aid Office. Processing of these forms by the Financial Aid Office can take up to seven days.
- Sign up for the NelNet Automatic Payment Plan through Web Advisor (under Financial Information click on NBS Payment Plan) for your full balance due or your net balance due after Financial Aid.
- Pay your bill in full.
Students registering for classes after the due date will need to complete one of the above steps at the time of registration. Registration for courses remains open until the start of classes.
If one of the above is not completed by the due date, you will be deregistered from your classes. If you reregister, you must complete one of the above immediately or you will be deregistered again.
Registration after Due Date
If you register after the due date, you must complete one of the above items immediately in order to remain registered.
The last payment date for the NelNet payment plan for Fall is November 5, 2018. If you have not paid your balance in full by this date, you will be assessed a $50 late fee.
Students with Outstanding Balances
Transcripts will not be issued to students with outstanding balances. Also, your account must be paid in full to register for subsequent semesters.
Students with delinquent accounts will not be allowed to register for classes, receive a transcript, or diploma. Students with outstanding obligations at the end of the semester will be referred to an outside collection agency.
Students must officially withdraw from classes if they decide not to attend. Non-attendance of classes does not constitute an official withdrawal. If a student withdraws after the refund deadline, they will still be liable for their balance owed.
Please review your statement and if you have any questions, contact the Business Office at 301-784-5227. From the Bedford County area dial 814-652-9528 extension 5227.