Payment Deadline
Fall 2017 August 23, 2017
Winter 2017 December 18, 2017
Spring 2018 January 16, 2018
Summer 2018 May 14, 2018
Summer2 2018
(Classes starting after July 1)
July 2, 2018

Payment arrangements that cover the entire balance of your student account, including tuition, fees and housing must be made each semester by the payment deadline.

To check your student account balance you may contact the business office at 641.782.1448 or log into your CampusConnect student account.

  • Log into CampusConnect with your student ID and password
  • Select “Student,” “Account Status”
  • Select the semester you wish to see

If you plan to finance your education on your own or if your financial aid will not cover all your expenses, you need to make payment in full or set up an automatic payment plan (see E-Cashier below).

Payment options include:

FINANCIAL AID - If you have been awarded a financial aid package from the financial aid office and have enough to cover the current semester, excess aid may be used to purchase books and supplies at our bookstore, the SWCC Shoppe. Any aid remaining will be refunded; check SWCC's Master Calendar for refund dates.

MAIL - Payments may be mailed to the attention of Student Accounts at any of our campuses. Please include your student ID number on the check.

IN-PERSON - Payments by cash, check, money order, and credit card may be made at the business office. If the check is written from a bank located outside the United States, please contact the business office for further assistance.

PHONE - We accept American Express, Discover, MasterCard, and Visa credit and debit cards.

E-CASHIER - You may set up a student payment plan online. Payment plans for Southwestern Community College students are administered through Nelnet Business Solutions (NBS).  Learn the benefits, as well as your options, when setting up a tuition payment plan.

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Notice: Southwestern Community College participates in the Iowa State Department of Administrative Services Offset Program. This program allows the State of Iowa to apply any funds owed to the student, such as an income tax refund, to any uncollected educational debt owed to the college.