To provide professional quality customer service while consistently adhering to established policies and procedures with a focus on financial integrity and accountability, accurately disbursing and collecting student funds, efficiently enable and assist students to meet financial obligations, and respond to student and parent inquiries about these financial issues in a helpful, informed and courteous manner..
M, T, W 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Th 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Students who attend Mountwest Community & Technical College agree to be held accountable for:
Below are step-by-step instructions to help guide you through the online payment process.
1. Log in to your myMCTC account.
2. Select “Student & Financial Aid Information.”
3. Select “Payment & Account Information.”
4. Select “Account Summary by Term.”
5. The amount listed is the amount currently owed to Mountwest.
Note: The term balance is the amount that should be entered as the amount to be paid unless a Payment Plan Agreement has been signed and a partial amount due has been given to you by the Cashier.
6. Select “Make Secure Online Credit Card Payments.”
7. Information related to the student for whom payment is being made should be entered on the next screen. Double-check that the correct Mountwest Student ID number (942-XX-XXXX) is entered in the Student ID field. The amount of payment should be either the term balance or the amount designated by the Cashier, if a Payment Plan Agreement has been signed.
8. After all information has been entered, click “Finish” to enter your account information for the payment. All information must be completed on the form shown below in order for payment to be made. Then, click the “Pay” button. Upon completion, a screen confirming your payment will appear.
9. Print or save the payment confirmation screen for your records.
Any student account not paid in full or secured by a College Payment Plan, Financial Aid, or a Third‐Party Sponsor will be assessed a $50 late fee. The late fee is in addition to the payment of ten percent (10%) of the unsecured student account balance in the event of a “Drop for Non‐Payment” post the beginning of term. Failure to receive a bill does not waive the requirement for payment by the date due and will not prevent the assessment of the late fee.
Student account balances which have been paid in full, established on a College Payment Plan or secured by financial aid or sponsorship by a third‐party post “Drop for Non‐Payment” prior to the beginning of term may be reinstated and shall be subject to the $50 late fee and a $50 reinstatement fee. The payment of ten percent (10%) of the unsecured student account balance does not apply if the student account has been reinstated.
Student accounts with past due balances will be flagged with a financial hold and will not be allowed to:
Any account not satisfied by the final payment due date will be referred to the College’s collection agency, and may be reported to the credit bureaus.