Speak with a Bursar Representative (Student Accounts)
Go to Get Bursar Assistance to speak with a Bursar representative about your Student Bill . Representatives are available to help you via Zoom, phone or email. When you sign up to for Bursar Assistance, please select line: Bursar/Student Accounts.
Bursar’s Email for General Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bursar Office Hours
Monday, Tuesday and Fridays: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday & Thursday: 9:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Payment is required by the due dates for each semester. To see the due dates, please click on the Payment Due and Drop Dates below. Payments can be made ONLINE thru the Sunday of the drop date by 9:00 pm. To avoid classes being dropped, please be sure that your account is completely covered by either payment, financial aid (awards/loans must be anticipated/pending), or third party credit/company billing. Students who do not make full payment or who are not fully covered by financial aid or other sources will have their courses deleted on the applicable drop date.
Beginning with the first day of the semester (which depends on campus or extension site), students who fail to complete the terms of their arrangements to cover their full account, may be deleted from their classes and will be responsible for the charges incurred according to the refund schedule. If you do not plan on attending Westchester Community College you must drop your classes prior to the first day of the semester in which you are registered. IF YOU DO NOT DROP YOUR CLASSES, all tuition and fees are your responsibility.
Tuition and Fee Rates
Tuition and Fee Rates Information (click to open)
Certificate of Residency
Residency Information (click to open)
DUE TO COVID-19 To Obtain a CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCE:
Students are urged to confirm procedure with the office of their Chief Fiscal Officer of their home County. When a valid Certificate has been issued by the County, and received by the student- Please scan the Certificate, or send it as an E-mail attachment directed to: Bursar@sunywcc.edu
NEW YORK CITY
Bronx, Kings (Brooklyn), N.Y. (Manhattan), Queens, & Richmond
Have the student obtain the affidavit/application and complete it totally including notarizing, 2 forms of proofs (NO PO Box) 1 proof within 6 months the other more than 6 months.
The Notary is still a requirement, students can use a e-notary or their local pharmacy etc.
Have the student also note the semester/session they are acquiring the certificate of resident for.
Scan the documents to email@example.com
Simultaneously send the originals to the Office of NYC Comptroller, 1 Centre St - room 701, New York, NY 10007 Attn: Aissatou Camara.
Once the information received are compliant the certificate will be issued and sent back to the student via email also.
Certificate of residency for community colleges should be mailed to us for certification and we will mail them back to you. Please include a copy of your current driver’s license (must have been issued least 6 months ago) for verification and make sure the application is notarized
Office number is 845-364-3870
According to Residency Directory can mail with copy of driver’s license normally can apply in person also.
Normal requirements for submission of a Certificate of Residence.
Certificates are still being accepted by mail along with three forms of proof of residency (1 year,6 months and current), a copy of the drivers license and the signed, notarized application. Some banks are still notarizing as well as post offices. They can be mailed to Commissioner of Finance 255 Main St Goshen NY 10924.
Contact Dutchess at: Dutchessny.gov
For Certificate of residency,
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Application and instruction sheet on our website
Students can go to: suffolkcountyny.gov to obtain the instructions on filing for their Certificate of Residence during this time. There have been guidelines set up for the notary issue but if they call the bank they can go in and get the form notarized. Also, UPS stores are doing notaries as well.
Students can send in their application along with all the proof to prove their residency. They must include something dated from 1 year, 6 months and the current month, and all need to have their physical address on it. Along with that they need to send in a copy of their license or ID. We will take this until the office opens in replace of the notary. We of course have extended the cutoff time as well.
Students can access the website here
Certificates of Residence On-Line
Enquiries: COR@ongov.net -or- (315) 435-2426
For All Other New York Counties: Please contact your County Finance Office.
If you are a New York State resident living in a county other than Westchester, you must submit a completed Certificate of Residence from the Chief Fiscal Officer of your home county and submit it at the time of registration or pay the non-resident tuition rate. Applications for Certificate of Residency must be submitted on an annual basis.
Proof of ResidencyWhile anyone can attend our classes, note that New York State residents who are not residents of Westchester County will be charged non-resident tuition and fee rates. In order for New York’s non-Westchester residents to qualify for the resident rates (which are significantly lower), an Application for Certificate of Residency form must be completed, notarized, authorized by your county of residence and submitted to the College’s Bursar’s Office. Additional requirements pertaining to the length of one’s residency also apply. To see the residency requirements and/or download the application form, visit our Registration Forms for Credit Courses page at www.sunywcc.edu/regforms. Completed forms can be faxed (please include your name, address and telephone number on the cover sheet) to the Bursar’s Office at (914)606-6686 or scanned and attached to an email directed to Bursar@sunywcc.edu.
Special note for New York City Residents re-applying for a Certificate of ResidencyNew York City Counties issue renewal certificates based upon the date of the prior certificate expiring. Those students whose expiration date is beyond January 2nd may complete a Westchester Community County New York City COR Agreement and pay the resident rates. This form and payment must be completed in the Bursar’s Office by 4pm on January 4. Completing this process will provide you a temporary extension on resident rates. If the actual Certificate of Residency is not completed in a timely fashion, all non-resident tuition & fees will apply.
- Documents needed to prove or change your residency to Westchester County
- Application for Certificate of Residence
Payment Due and Drop Dates
Payment Due and Drop Dates Information (click to open)
(NOTE: The Deferred Payment Agreement is only for Prior Semester Balances. Use the Payment Plan to pay for current semester balances per the plan’s schedule.)
Payment Types Information (click to open)
FERPA AuthorizationAccording to Federal FERPA regulations, student accounts can only be discussed with the student, or with a representative the student authorizes. However, to discuss the student account with the FERPA-designated representative, both the representative and the student must come to the Bursar’s office. /admissions/registering-for-classes/ferpa/
Deferred Payment Agreement FormDeferred Payment Agreement Form PDF
Refund PolicyVisit the Bursar's office Refund Policy page to learn more about the refund policy.
Financial Aid Pending Credit
Financial Aid Pending Credit Information (click to open)
If you plan to use financial aid (Federal Pell/Direct Loans, New York State TAP, etc.) you must file a FAFSA which can be completed online at the FAFSA website. All requested documents must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office to determine your eligibility for a financial aid award. The entire awarding process must be completed for the financial aid to count towards your bill. Priority processing will be given to those students who complete the FAFSA application and submit all of the required documentation before January 1.
Please be aware that any changes in your course schedule may impact your financial aid eligibility. Students who are making adjustments to their schedule should consult with the Office of Student Financial Assistance prior to performing the change.
Payment Plans Information (click to open)
The “Bursar Deferral” program is no longer offered.
The college offers a tuition payment plan for the Spring and Fall semesters (but not the Winter or Summer semesters.)
For Fall 2021, Payment Plan dates are:
- August 1, 2021
- August 30, 2021
- October 1, 2021
- October 24, 2021
In order to be eligible for participation in the tuition payment plan, a student must have a minimum balance after other credits of $750.00 in tuition/fees due the College. Tuition payments will be due in four equal installments through the on-line payment system. A non-refundable $50.00 payment plan enrollment fee will be required and must be paid prior to enrollment into the payment plan. Check payments are not accepted.
Click here for steps on how to enroll in the Payment Plan. If you register after the first payment plan due date, you MUST pay both the first and second payment plan installments, on or before the next payment plan due date. Failure to make the first two payments by their due dates will result in your classes being deleted on the drop dates. If you fail to make the third and fourth installment payments by the due date, your classes will not be deleted, but you will be responsible for all amounts due, including late fees. Until full payment is received you will be prevented from registering or obtaining transcripts.
IRS Tax Form 1098-T
IRS Tax Form 1098-T Information (click to open)
- If you do not want to receive a paper copy of your IRS 1098-T form because you prefer to view the information electronically you may sign up at MyWCC.edu. Self-service; Student Center; Finances drop down; Account Services; View 1098-T; Grant Consent and select the “Yes” indicator and Submit. You may view the IRS 1098-T form by accessing Mywcc.edu portal Self-service; Student Center; Finances drop down; Account Services; & View 1098-T
- The Tax Form 1098-T will be generated and mailed to your address (if you have not consented to view it electronically by December 31) on file by the end of January.
- If you haven’t provided the College your Federal Tax Identification Number (Social Security Number or iTIN) an IRS Tax Form 1098-T will not be generated. Please be sure to provide these items to the appropriate Office.
- Click the link below to access the 1098-T tax form, instructions for students, and general questions and answers:
Learn more at the Bursar's Office's IRS 1098-T Tax Form page.
Financial Aid Refunds
Financial Aid Refunds Information (click to open)
Any Federal Aid (i.e. PELL, SEOG, Direct Loans, etc.) that is NOT used to cover tuition, fees, and books, will be refunded to the student each semester. However, Financial Aid Refunds require that attendance has been reported. If attendance has not been submitted, the Office of Student Financial Assistance cannot disburse your aid. Only after disbursement has been done can a refund be issued.
Typically, refunds for the Fall and Spring semesters occur 6-8 weeks after the start of the semester.
Confirm your mailing address on the MYWCC portal. REFUND CHECKS WILL BE MAILED TO THAT ADDRESS.
ALL Financial Aid checks are mailed using the U.S. Postal Service. Please be patient, as delivery can take time. Checks returned to us by the USPS as undeliverable (because the address is not current/complete) cannot be reissued until one month after the initial mailing date.
Financial Aid Bookstore Permission
Receipts and Invoices
Receipts and Invoices Information (click to open)
How to Videos and Resources
To View Your Invoice
To Pay Online
View 1098 Tax Form
Tuition Refund Appeal
Bursar’s Office Contact Information: