Student Account Information
When you register for classes, a student account associated with your student ID number is charged for tuition, fees, etc. To access your account, go to www.calhoun.edu and select MyCalhoun to log into the MyCalhoun Portal. Once logged in, click on OneACCS Banner Self Service from the Quick Links, then select the following:
- Student Account
- Account Details for Term
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) is printed in the General Catalog. The intent of the Act is to define the types of information about students which may be released without their prior consent. An Authorization to Release or Withhold Information Form can be completed in the Admissions Office which serves as student consent for records to be released to a parent, legal guardian, other tuition providers, or other indicated individuals. This form may also be used to opt out of directory information disclosure.
Please refer to the semester specific ‘Important Dates‘ information for tuition payment deadlines
Students may make arrangements for outstanding balances on their student account to be paid in several ways.
Calhoun allows students to access their MyCalhoun account 24 hours a day. Use this site to view your account balance details for the term, make payments to your balance, or setup a payment plan.
Payments with Credit or Debit Card
A student can make online student account payments with a credit or debit card. Calhoun accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. The option to pay by credit or debit card is available online or in person only. Calhoun does not accept payments by phone. Once logged in to the MyCalhoun Portal, select the following:
- Student Account
- Account Summary
- Select ‘Make a Payment’ using the blue link on the bottom of the page
- Login with same A student id and PIN for self service
- Select Term, enter the Payment Amount and click Submit
- Complete the process by entering the requested card information
The payment confirmation will be emailed. If you do not receive a confirmation, first check to see if the email on your account is correct. If email is verified correct, then the payment has failed and payment must be resubmitted. Any future refunds will be refunded to the debit or credit card up to the total paid
Cash or check Payments
Cash and check payments may be presented in person at the Decatur or Huntsville Campus during the Business Office hours of operation or Check payments and money orders may be mailed but must be received by the payment deadline. Calhoun does not accept out-of-state, starter, or counter checks.
Mail checks made payable to Calhoun Community College to the following address:
Calhoun Community College
PO Box 2216
Decatur, AL 35609-2216
Please ensure that a correct physical address, phone number, and Driver’s License number are presented on the check as well as the student’s ID number on the memo line of the check. In the event your check is returned from the bank, your account will be assessed a $30 return check fee.
For payments made by check, any applicable refund will be placed on hold for a period of 30 days from date of the payment to ensure the check is honored prior to issuing any refund.
Calhoun has partnered with TouchNet to provide payment plan options for tuition and fees. The only cost to enroll is a $40 nonrefundable enrollment fee. All down payments and enrollment fees are processed immediately with a credit/debit card. Regularly scheduled payments will process on the 20th of the month. Visit the payment plan page for more information about the payment plan, and payment plan details.
Students who intend to use financial aid to pay tuition and fees must complete all financial aid processes by the due date. Financial aid awards appear as authorized aid on your student account once you have completed all financial aid requirements and accepted your awards. You will also need to ensure that you will have enough financial aid to pay your balance. Any remaining balance that will not be covered by financial aid MUST be paid by the due date to avoid deletion of your schedule. If you have any questions about your financial aid, contact Student Financial Services.
|Tuition Assistance Programs||Contact|
|Alabama GI Dependent Scholarship (AGIDS)
Apply at your local county VA Office. Certificates sent to requested school upon approval.
or (256) 306-2543
|Workforce Investment Opportunity Act (WIOA)
Apply for benefits at your local Alabama State Employment Service.
or (256) 306-2549
|Prepaid Affordable College Tuition (PACT)
529 College Savings Program administered by the State Treasurer’s Office.
or (256) 306-2540
|Vocational Rehabilitation, Army Tuition Assistance, Company Sponsored Tuition Assistance, Senior Citizen Waiver, Other outside scholarships||(256) 306-2540|
|Pell Grant, Direct Loans, Work-Study, Chapter 30 Montgomery GI Bill, Chapter 31 VA Rehab, Chapter 33 Post 9/11||www.calhoun.edu/financial-aid|
|Submit FAFSA for Pell Grants & Student Loans. School code : 001013||www.fafsa.ed.gov|
|Application Deadline February 1||www.calhoun.edu/scholarships|
After the payment deadline, schedules can be deleted for nonpayment of tuition and fees. Students may not attend class if tuition or fees are unpaid. A financial hold will be placed on the student’s account when there is any past due financial obligation to the college. When there is a financial hold, the student will not be permitted to register for classes, receive transcripts, nor any other service from the college.