Tuition Payment Plan

The Tuition Payment Plan is a way to spread your payment of tuition and fees throughout the semester. A Tuition Payment Plan does not reduce your financial obligation to the college but offers an alternative to a single payment. There are four monthly installments for fall and spring semesters and three for the summer semester. The first installment must be included at the time of application. There is a $30.00 non-refundable application fee for each semester. Please apply and pay online through the college's website using the SLCCPay+, located under the Tuition & Financial Aid tab. Please look into the Tuition Payment Plan section there for more information.

Title IV Special Agreement

The Title IV Special Agreement Form allow Accounts Receivable to use Financial Aid to pay for minor charges up to $200.00 for prior semesters. This may include late fees, parking passes, transcripts, graduation fees, returned checks, library fines and for payment of other charges. This form also provides authorization for the college to refund any financial aid back to the student after the aid has been used to pay for tuition, student fees and other charges. This refund can be given to a student through the issuance of a check or by direct deposit into a bank account.

This form can be found in the Cashiering Services Forms.

Dishonored Checks

All dishonored checks are charged a $20.00 returned check service fee and must be paid within 15 days. If not paid within 15 days, another $20.00 additional fee is assessed. If not reimbursed within 30 days, an additional fee up to $250.00 may be assessed per Utah Code 7-15-1.

If tuition remains unpaid due to a dishonored check, a $50.00 late fee will be assessed to the balance. If not paid by the end of the semester, an additional $25.00 collection fee will be assessed. A HOLD will be placed on the student's records restricting future registration, grades, transcripts or diplomas. Please contact Accounts Receivable for information regarding dishonored checks.

Return Of Funds

The Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships determines the eligibility of each student for federal financial aid. Should a student receive federal financial aid and subsequently become ineligible for that aid, they may then owe the college. For questions regarding this type of debt, call the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships at 801-957-4410 or call Accounts Receivable at 801-957-4480.

Statement of Account

Courtesy statements are sent out to inform students, staff, faculty and the public of monies owed Salt Lake Community College. Our office can create an up-to-date, official Statement of Account upon a student’s request. The SLCC collection policy states that financial debts and obligations are pursued to the fullest extent of the law. This includes, but is not limited to, HOLDS on registration, transcripts, grades, and graduation; liens against Utah State Income Tax refunds; referrals to outside collection agencies and litigation. Interest accrues on all delinquent accounts. An account is delinquent if not paid by the end of the current term. Delinquent accounts are subject to a $25 dollar collection fee for each delinquent term. Accounts will be assessed a Late Fee if not paid by the tuition deadline.

Outside Vendors

Outside Collection Agencies


  • State of Utah Division of Finance: 801-957-7760
    • (Garnishes State Income Tax Refunds)
  • ECSI: 866-313-3797
    • (Dept. of Education Perkins Loan Servicer)
  • US Dept. of Education (DOE): 800-621-3115
    • (Student Loan Processing Center/Program Overpayment)