Any student with outstanding financial obligations will be unable to register for future classes or receive an official copy of their transcripts.
Cuyahoga Community College is a state-supported institution obligated to collect all tuition and fees. As such, the College is required by Ohio Revised Code (Section 131.02) to refer all outstanding balances to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office for collection. In addition to the submitted amount, the student is also responsible for any additional fees and costs incurred with the debt.
Pay Past Due Balance
Once your account is submitted to the Ohio Attorney General, you must pay them directly. Cuyahoga Community College is required to refer all unpaid accounts to the state of Ohio for collections. Accounts with balances are submitted to the state at the end of each term.
Depending on method of payment used, it can take up to 21 days for Cuyahoga Community College to receive your payment from the Ohio Attorney General's Office.