This page contains information for Academic students. If you are a Training student, the price of the individual course is listed on the course page itself, and you can find information about refunds here.
How to Pay
The Cashier Office, within the MTC Office of Finance and Accounting, handles tuition and fee payment for all academic students. There are three key ways to pay - online, in person, and by phone.
|Online||Pay online through your MyMTC account. A student ID and password are required.|
Airport Campus - Reed Hall Room 114
|By Phone||Call 803.732.5200 and select option 1|
Methods of Payment
Tuition and fees may be paid with cash, in-state checks or money order. Payments may be made online with electronic check, VISA, American Express, MasterCard or Discover or by calling 803.732.5200. A 2.5% service fee will be applied to all card transactions used to pay tuition and fees. All transactions are processed as a credit card transaction.
Nelnet allows you to make automatic monthly payments toward the cost of a course instead of paying it as a lump sum. Learn more.
Tuition & Fees FAQs
Q: When are statements mailed?
A: Tuition and fees are due upon registration. Statements will not be mailed for current semester charges. You can view your current account balance at any time through MyMTC.
Q: I have never attended classes, why was I charged?
A: Payment will be required if you do not attend class and do not officially withdraw by submitting the Drop/Add/Withdrawal Form to the Student Records Office. If your classes were held by financial aid, the aid will be removed, and you will be held responsible for the tuition and fees.
Q: I owe the college a past due balance and cannot pay it in full, what are my options?
A: You have 90 days to pay your balance in full. If a balance remains after 90 days, the account will be moved to collection status. Once in collection status, you will need to contact the Cashier's office to make a full payment.
Q: How do I get my financial aid refund?
A: Financial aid disbursements are refunded to you via BankMobile. To view our institution's contract with BankMobile, a Division of Customer Bank, click here.
Tuition refunds are initiated when a student officially withdraws from a class by submitting the Drop/Add/Withdrawal Form to the Student Records Office. Fees are non-refundable.
Last day to add Spring II classes without a late fee
February 25 - March 1
Spring II classes late registration (late fee)
Spring II classes begin
Net Price Calculator
Net Price Calculator
In accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, MTC is providing the Net Price Calculator to provide you an estimate of costs of full time attendance for first-time degree or certificate seeking undergraduate students.Net Price Calculator