HACC Fall/Spring Payment Plan
HACC Payment Plan (HPP) allows you to pay your tuition in installments. Learn more about HPP.
Where can I view the available plans?
- Log into myHACC.
- Select the "Student" tab.
- Click "Enroll in HACC Payment Plan" in the HACCWeb (Self-Service) section.
- View available plans in the Installment Payment Plan section.
You must provide your Certificate of Residency if you live in a sponsoring school district. This will allow you to receive the sponsoring tuition rate.
How does the plan work?
When enrolled in HPP, you can make your tuition and fee payments in three equal installments. There is a non-refundable $30 enrollment fee for each term you choose to use the payment plan.
You must pay the $30 enrollment fee plus your first installment payment if you enroll on or after the tuition due date. You must enroll before:
- Fall Term -September 14
- Spring Term -February 14
You must make your next two payments according to the payment schedule below.
HACC does not send payment coupons. You will receive emails in your Hawkmail account. These emails will remind you of upcoming installment due dates. They will also notify you of accepted or declined payments.
Am I eligible to participate in HPP?
You must be in good financial standing. If you have any outstanding balances from prior terms, you cannot participate until you pay those balances.
When is HPP available?
- Fall Term -Open enrollment begins July 1.
- Spring Term -Open enrollment begins November 1.
How do I enroll in HPP? How do I sign up for auto payments?
Learn more about enrollment.
How can I see my HPP information?
When enrolled in a plan, log into myHACC. You can view:
- installment details
- due dates
- prior payments
- installment balances
To view a schedule of payments:
- Select the "Student" tab.
- Click "Pay My Account."
You can find enrolled and available payment plans under the Installment Payment Plan section.
When are payments due?
Below is the HPP schedule. If a payment due date falls on a non-business day, the due date is the next business day.You can setup your installment payments to be charged/withdrawn from your credit card/bank account for free. You must enroll in a current payment plan to sign up for auto payments. Learn how to enroll in Auto Payments.
What happens if I miss the due date?
HACC considers an installment late if we do not receive it by the due date. There is a $15 fee for any late installments.
Failure to pay may result in any or all of the following:
- withdrawal from classes
- withholding of grades and/or transcripts
- denial of future registration requests
Submit a written request for withdrawal from a class at the Registration Office.
How do you calculate installment plan balances?
We calculate installment plan balance amounts as follows:
- Tuition and Fees
- Authorized and Memo Aid (most financial aid is included)
- Some Third-Party Contracts and Memos
We calculate this on a majority of student balances. Variations may occur.
What if I make changes to my courses, financial aid or state residency?
We will adjust the installment balances accordingly if you:
- drop/add a course
- add/change financial aid or contract status
- obtain a certificate of residency
We will only adjust the installments that are not currently due.
What is not included in the HPP?
We do not include certain fees in the HPP balance. These include:
- Parking fines
- Library fines
- Higher One replacement card fees
- Other non-student tuition and fees
- Students must pay these fees separately.