- Business Office
- Inver Hills Community College
- College Center
- Fax: 651-450-3677
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Choose any of these methods to pay your tuition.
Pay online through e-Services using a credit or debit card, or your checking account.
Pay in-person at the Enrollment Center on the College Center’s upper level.
After hours, place payment in the drop slot located outside the Business Office, by the Enrollment Center, top floor of College Center.
Include your student ID number on the check
If you would like to arrange monthly payments, the FACTS Payment Plan is a low-cost, convenient way to budget.
Learn more on Paying for College.
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Your tuition statement reflects all activity on your student account. This includes charges, payments and financial aid posted to your account.
Financial Aid which has been awarded and disbursed is listed in the payment section of your statement.
Please view your account online. You are responsible for paying your tuition and fees in full by the tuition due date.
Payments are applied to your account within 24 hours of receipt at the Business Office. Tentative distribution date of financial aid funds is usually about the third week of the semester.
When you register for classes, you are responsible and must pay tuition or make arrangements to do so by the tuition due dates posted on the Academic Calendar. Late fees will be added to your account if tuition is not paid in full by the applicable late-fee deadline posted on the Academic Calendar.
Invoices are not mailed. You must check your account balance online in e-Services.
Failing to pay will cause you to be dropped from your classes, which is called "drop for non-payment."
See Refunds for more information. You must withdraw from classes within the specified no-obligation withdrawal period to receive a full refund. If you do not withdraw during the no-obligation period, you will face refund penalties.
You are responsible for officially withdrawing from classes you do not plan to attend. Not attending class does not constitute a drop or withdrawal; you will still be registered for the class and may receive an "F" grade. You are still responsible for any tuition, late fees or collection fees associated with that class. Refer to Add, Drop and Withdraw for more information.
Offsets cost of non-instructional student services.
Ensures access to the technology you need to achieve academic and professional success.
Minnesota law requires public colleges to pay a portion if not all costs related to construction, maintenance and operation of parking facilities; Inver Hills uses a credit-based fee to minimize your parking costs.
LeadMN fee assessed per credit for student-initiated programs.
If your account has an outstanding balance, you will be assessed a $50 late fee starting on the applicable late-fee deadline posted on the Academic Calendar. An invoice that includes this late fee will be sent to you at that time. Payment is due within two weeks. If payment is not received, your account will be sent to the Minnesota Department of Revenue (MnDOR) for collection. MnDOR can be reached at 651-556-3000.
If you have an outstanding tuition balance, you will not be permitted to register in subsequent terms until you make full payment. Your transcript(s) and/or diploma(s) will also not be released.
When a check is returned to the college by the bank for non-sufficient funds, account closed or stop payment, a $20 NSF fee will be assessed for each check. This fee applies to checks for college tuition and bookstore charges. The fee may also be charged to NSF payments to your FACTS Payment Plan.
Some courses have special fees; check the course’s description for details.
If you are a Minnesota resident aged 62 and older, you may register for courses for a $20 fee per credit hour plus fees on a space-available basis. Registration at this reduced rate begins the second day of classes each semester. Learn more about senior citizens.
Please note: Amounts subject to change at any time.
"Third party payment" describes when your employer or another organization is paying your tuition for you.
For questions on third party payment, contact:
Here is a quick list of additional resources and information you might find helpful as you consider the cost of college.
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to apply for financial aid. It should only take about 20 minutes.