The GTCC Cashier's Office provides services efficiently, timely, and professionally. It is the office for paying tuition, parking tickets, Pell overpayments, and other miscellaneous payments.

Pay online or in person

Paying for tuition can be done one of two ways:

  • Online via Self-Service using acceptable debit/credit card. 
  • In person at one of our three campus locations:
    • Jamestown Campus: 601 E. Main St., Medlin Campus Center, Room 3401
    • High Point Campus: 901 S. Main St. H1 Bookstore
    • Greensboro Campus: 3505 E. Wendover Ave. CEC Bookstore

Ways to pay:

  • Each campus accepts cash, check, debit or credit card, or money order.
  • GTCC accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover debit or credit cards.
  • If you are paying with a debit or credit card in person, your card must be present.

All in-person financial transactions require TWO forms of unexpired identification.

PAYMENT NOTE: Payment MUST be made by the deadline, or you risk being dropped from all your registered courses. You will be required to re-register and pay immediately. GTCC does not guarantee that you will be able to re-register for all dropped courses as classes fill up quickly.

Pay Online

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Payments can be made quickly online through GTCC Self-Service without the need to visit campus.

Mail Payments

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Mail payments to:

Attn: Cashier's Office
P.O. Box 309
Jamestown, NC  27282

Contact Us

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Call us at 336-334-4822, ext. 50190.

Email us at

Please allow up to 24 hours for a response.

Payment Due Dates

Payment Due Dates
Register Between Payment Due by 11:59 p.m.
April 1-30, 2024 May 1, 2024
May 1-7, 2024 May 8, 2024
May 8-14, 2024 May 15, 2024
May 15-16, 2024 May 16, 2024 *
May 17-22, 2024 May 23, 2024
May 23-28, 2024 May 29, 2024
May 29-30, 2024 May 30, 2024 *
May 31-June 4, 2024 June 5, 2024
June 5-11, 2024 June 12, 2024

* Please note that the system may be down for maintenance between 7 and 11 p.m. Please make payment plans accordingly.

Billing and payment for the 2024 fall semester will be available on or after July 1.

Payment Due Dates
Register Between Payment Due By 11:59 p.m.
April 1-July 22, 2024 July 23, 2024
July 23-29, 2024 July 30, 2024
July 30-Aug. 5, 2024 Aug. 6, 2024
Aug. 6-12, 2024 Aug. 13, 2024
Aug. 13-18, 2024 Aug. 19, 2024
Aug. 19, 2024 Aug. 20, 2024
Aug. 20, 2024 Aug. 21, 2024
Aug. 21-Aug. 26, 2024 Aug. 27, 2024
Aug. 27-Sept. 9, 2024 Sept. 10, 2024
Sept. 10-16, 2024 Sept. 17, 2024
Sept. 17-23, 2024 Sept. 24, 2024
Sept. 24-Oct. 7, 2024 Oct. 8, 2024
Oct. 8-15, 2024 Oct. 16, 2024
Oct. 16-21, 2024 Oct. 22, 2024

Refund Policy

  • For 100% refund, classes must be dropped before the first day of the academic semester.
  • For 75% refund, of tuition only, classes must be dropped before or on the census date of the class. Please see your syllabus.

Please allow four to six weeks for refunds.

Learn about full refund policy


  • A sponsorship is a way for employers or governmental agencies to help pay for college expenses.
  • Each semester, detailed sponsor information must be received by GTCC. This information may be mailed, faxed, or brought in person to the Cashier’s Office. 

learn more about sponsorships

Frequently Asked Questions

Tuition is established by the State Board of Community Colleges and the N.C. General Assembly and is subject to change. The GTCC Board of Trustees establishes student fees with the State Board of Community Colleges and is subject to change.

Current tuition:

  • $76 per credit for in-state
  • $268 per credit out-of-state

Current fees:

  • Student Activity Fee:
    • 1-11 credit hours $15
    • 12 or more credit hours $26.25
  • Campus, Access, Parking, Security Fee:
    • 1-11 credit hours $25
    • 12 or more credit hours $50
  • Instructional Technology Fee: 
    • 1-11 credit hours $5
    • 12 or more credit hours $11
  • Student Accident Insurance:
    • $3.25 fall
    • $3.25 spring
    • $1.15 summer
  • Student Success Fee:
    • $5 per semester

full list of current tuition and feesCost of attendance

GTCC offers direct deposit for any financial aid disbursements or other refunds. You may sign up electronically using GTCC Self-Service. Select the link for "Bank Information." Complete the form and select "Submit". Your funds will be deposited into your bank account the same day checks go in the mail. If you no longer want direct deposit, you must delete your current banking information from GTCC Self-Service.

If you have any questions, please email us at Be sure to include your student ID in all emails.

Once you add your new bank account information, you should receive a "not verified" status. This status will change once the new data has been imported and uploaded to the bank for verification.

This process happens daily, usually at the end of the day. If the status has not changed within two business days, please email Be sure to include your student ID with all emails.

Your 1098-T will be available by Jan. 31 of each year. If you have consented to receive an electronic version, you will go to GTCC Self-Service to access and print your 1098-T. If you did not consent to receive an electronic version, your 1098-T will be postmarked and mailed to you by Jan. 31 to the address we have on file as of mid-January.

Yes, you must be in six or more credit hours, have no outstanding balance with the college, and have never been late on a previous payment plan. You will be required to pay 50% down on or before posted payment deadlines, and the remaining 50% will be due about 30 days after the semester starts. Payment plans are completed in person at the Jamestown Cashier's Office.

Payment plans are accepted from the first day of registration through the last day of drop/add each semester.

Failure to make payments according to established payment due dates will result in a $25 late fee and loss of the ability to create a payment plan in the future.

No. Because of credit card security rules, we cannot accept payments over the phone.

A business office hold is placed on a student’s account because of an outstanding balance. This hold prevents a student from registering for additional classes, requesting transcripts, applying for graduation, etc. Once payment is received for the past-due balance, the hold will be removed from the student’s account.

Possible reasons for an account hold:

  • A student is using loans to cover the balance, and all three disbursements have not posted to cover the balance
  • A student has not paid a tuition, fee, and/or bookstore balance from the current or previous semester
  • A student has had a change in a financial aid award
  • A check used for payment is returned
  • A student has an unpaid library or parking fine violation

Past-due balances can be placed with a third-party collection agency and submitted to the N.C. Department of Revenue’s Debt Setoff Program for garnishment of your state income tax refund and/or garnishment of any N.C. lottery winnings.

International students receiving money outside of the U.S. to pay for their tuition, can make payments through the Flywire program. Payment must be received by the posted deadlines.

Parking in the Jamestown Campus parking deck is free to all students, faculty, and staff.