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Costs & Financial Aid

Student Accounts

The Student Accounts Department provides RCC students with information and guidance on paying RCC account balances.  

Review this page for detailed information on the resources available; or contact Student Accounts at 857-701-1250 or

Student Accounts

Roxbury Community College offers a monthly payment plan option with an enrollment fee of $25 per semester.  This option allows students to pay the total amount due in three payments.  The first payment of 50% is paid at the time the student enrolls in the payment plan.  The remaining two payments are scheduled to be paid the following two months.  Students who default on their payment plan will not be eligible to utilize this payment option in the future. 

For more information or to enroll in the RCC monthly payment plan, visit  

With Zelle, your refund from Roxbury Community College will be sent directly into your bank account the same day or next business day.  After following the instructions below, you’ll be directed to a Zelle website ( to check if your bank offers Zelle.  

Once there, select your bank and enroll with Zelle.  

If your bank is not listed, select "My bank isn't listed" and then continue your enrollment by providing the required information, including your RCC email address.


  1. Log into MyRCC 
  2. Choose ‘Account and Payment’ 
  3. Click ‘Zelle Payments’ in the ‘Zelle Electronic Refunds’ box
  4. Complete the form 

Frequently Asked Questions:

What do I have to give Roxbury Community College to receive money with Zelle? 

All you’ll need to give RCC is your email address. That's it.  

Am I going to get spam mail after signing up to receive payments electronically?  

No. The information you provide us will never be sold, so you won't receive spam mail. Your information will only be used to make the payment and to communicate with you regarding your payment.  

What does Roxbury Community College charge for Zelle? 

Zero. RCC does not charge a fee for Zelle.  

What is Zelle and what role does it play?  

Zelle is a fast, safe and easy way to receive money directly to your bank account. By providing Roxbury Community College with your email address, we can send your money electronically, regardless of where you bank. With Zelle, your bank account details are never shared, and since money is sent directly to your bank account, you don't have to wait for a check in the mail. 


Students who officially withdraw from a course or from the College early in the semester will not receive a refund based on the College’s withdrawal policy and refund schedule (see refund policy below).  Failure to attend class does not constitute official withdrawal from a course or from the College and students will be charged for their enrollment.   

To officially withdraw from a course, students must complete a Withdrawal Form (available at the Advising Center), which requires the approval and signature of an academic advisor.  This form must then be submitted to the Enrollment Center and the Business Office for final processing.  Be sure to contact the Financial Aid Office as it is possible a withdrawal will impact your financial aid award.   

Refund Policy: 

The refund policy applies to tuition and fees for all students who register for one or more courses at the College.  This policy goes into effect on the first day of classes for each semester.   

Students may adjust their course schedule during the add/drop period without penalty.  The published beginning and end dates of the add/drop period for each semester can be found on the Academic Calendar.  

Students dropping or withdrawing from classes must complete the appropriate form in the Advising Center.  Failure to officially withdraw results in an ‘F’ grade and full financial responsibility for the cost of the course.  Application and registration fees are non-refundable. 

To remain in compliance with federal regulations, RCC must release student refunds created by Title IV financial aid within 14 days of disbursement.  Refund checks are automatically generated and will be mailed to the student’s billing address.  Returned or uncashed refund checks will be voided and the funds will be sent back to the Department of Education. 

Please note: lack of attendance or course abandonment does not constitute a drop or withdrawal.

Withdrawal during the add/drop period  100% of tuition and applicable fees  All courses will be deleted from the transcript 
Withdrawal after the add/drop period  No refund  Withdrawal (W) will appear on the transcript 

Tuition Waivers: 

Waivers include, but are not limited to, National Guard Members, Veterans, Senior Citizens, Native Americans, State Employees, and Wards of the State. 

Students with approved tuition waivers, tuition remission, or tuition vouchers may register on a space-available basis and pay all associated fees at the time of registration.  Tuition waivers, tuition remission, or tuition vouchers do not apply to special programs, seminars, or private instruction administered by the Center for Workforce Development.  Also, certain tuition waivers, which apply to the state-supported Day Division, may not apply or be reduced for Division of Continuing Education programs (credit courses). 

To receive a tuition waiver, students must present their waiver at the time of registration but no later than the first day of class.  Waivers will not be accepted after classes begin and the student will be held responsible for the cost of the term.  The Commonwealth of Massachusetts does not fund all courses; therefore, the use of certain waivers for those unsubsidized courses will be restricted.

We are happy to serve our Veterans. Please visit the Veteran Services page for more information on applying, the GI Bill and required Certificate of Eligibility. 

Please visit for more information concerning the Post 9/11 GI Bill.  Please contact the Registrar's Office for further information and a Veteran’s package.  If you are a current member of the Massachusetts National Guard, visit for instructions on how to receive your waiver.

Please note: all veterans must complete the admissions process and provide proof of high school diploma or GED.

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