College Reminding Students of Fall Payment Deadline

Goess Student Center main hallway.

WINTERVILLE—The Pitt Community College Registrar’s Office is reminding students that the 2021 Fall Semester payment deadline is fast-approaching.

According to PCC Registrar Angela Cline, the college will begin taking payments for fall classes July 1. She said students who have been signing up for fall classes since April have until July 16 at 1 p.m. to pay for tuition and fees in order to avoid having their schedules deleted.

Cline says students can pay online through their myPittCC accounts or an installment plan through Nelnet Business Solutions. She said students can sign up for Nelnet plans through their myPittCC accounts by searching for “Payment Plans” on the financial information page.

Students who have applied for financial aid for the 2021 Fall Semester must have a finalized award in place by the payment deadline in order to secure their schedules. Those who do not, Cline said, must pay out-of-pocket and wait for reimbursement through financial aid, should it be approved.

Cline noted that students can access financial aid records through myPittCC. By selecting “Financial Aid Status” under “WebAdvisor for Students” after logging in, she said they can view their financial aid information in real-time.

In addition to courses returning to the traditional classroom setting this fall, PCC will utilize online, hybrid, blended and synchronous virtual classroom teaching formats to accommodate various student learning styles and scheduling preferences. Fall classes begin Aug. 19.