The Bursar's Office is the centralized billing and collection point for student accounts. The primary function of the Bursar's Office is managing all student accounts including processing payments and installment plans, applying waivers, generating bills, coordinating collection efforts and processing refunds..

Important Billing Information

Gateway Community College no longer sends out paper bills. Students will receive email notification to their college email addresses when they have a new billing statement to view. Then they can view their bill online through their mycommnet.accounts.

Does someone else help you with the bills? You can authorize your parents, employer, or anyone you choose to view your bill, make payments directly on your account, and even sign up for a Tuition Installment Plan. Any student can give permission to an Authorized User, even those not enrolled in a Tuition Installment Plan.

It’s easy to give someone access. All you need is a valid email address. Follow the steps below:

1. Log in to myCommNet

  • Click Banner Self Service Link
  • Select college if needed

2. Set Up Account Payment Information

  • Go to"Billing/Payment"
  • Click "My Account/Payment Information"
  • Click"Student Account and Payment Center"

3. Profile Set-up / Authorized Users. Under My Profile Set Up:

  • Click "Authorize Users"
  • Enter the valid email adress of the person you are authorizing as a user.

 

Paying with financial aid?  

Click on the FAQ Payment Procedures & FAQ Link to find out how to use your Financial Aid Award to reserve your classes.

 

Important Bursar Dates and Deadlines

All Semesters
  • While GCC reserves the right to cancel unpaid registrations, as long as your name is on an official roster your account will be charged and you will earn a grade for the course – whether you attended it or not.
  • If you change your mind about taking a course(s) after your register, you are required to officially drop it whether or not you have made payment or have attended. DO NOT ASSUME THAT YOUR ACCOUNT WILL BE DROPPED FOR NON-PAYMENT. You will continue to be held responsible for all charges until you officially drop the class regardless of your payment status. Dropping is the only way to ensure that your account will not be charged!  Without exception, once your registration is cancelled you won’t be able to re-register unless there is space available in the class.
Winter 2017
  • All charges are due upon registration
  • Students have up through 12/26/17 to drop Winter courses and receive a full refund/ cancellation of charges.
  • Once courses begin on 12/27/17 students must withdraw and no refunds are given.
Spring 2018
  • Installment Plans for the Spring 2018 semester will be available online via MyCommnet or in person at the Bursar’s office payment window beginning 11/2/17.
  • The Tuition due date for Spring 2018 is 12/26/17.
  • The last day to drop a course(s) and receive a full refund/ cancellation of charges is 1/16/18.
  • The last day to drop a course(s) and receive a 50% refund/ cancellation of TUITION charges is 1/30/17.