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STUDENT LOAN AGREEMENT TO PAY FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
NOTE: OJC does not bill student accounts or require any payment until 30 days after the semester starts but
you will be receiving OJC services and academy issued materials charged to your student account the first
day of the semester. Regardless of who is responsible for paying for your academy, your employer, the
Veteran’s Administration or yourself, OJC must have your assurance for payment for those materials and
services before you start the academy. You will be released from tuition payment if you officially drop before
the close of business on the Census date, however you will be responsible for the cost of any materials not
returned in good condition
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The following is the Agreement between us (Colorado Community College System) and you, regarding our delivery of educational services for which
you agree to pay in the future in accordance with this agreement. The Colorado Community College System includes Arapahoe Community College,
Community College of Aurora, Community College of Denver, Colorado Northwestern Community College, Front Range Community College, Lamar
Community College, Morgan Community College, Northeastern Junior College, Otero Junior College, Pueblo Community College, Pikes Peak
Community College, Red Rocks Community College, Trinidad State Junior College, and the System Office hereinafter collectively referred to as ‘the
College’. By allowing charges to be applied to your student account, you will be bound by this Agreement.
Use of Account –
You authorize us to add to your account all tuition, fees, and other charges incurred by you as a result of attending the College.
Promise to pay –
By registering for classes or authorizing charges to be added to your account, you represent to us that you have the intention
and ability to pay and you promise to pay for all charges placed on your account as well as any service fees or collection agency fees, if any, that may
be due. This includes subsequent registrations for this term and any part of term within this term of registration. It also includes 100% of the tuition
and fees for all withdrawn courses, and any outstanding balances which may be the result of an overpayment or an error made by the College.
Student Account and Billing Statement
– Student Account activity is available electronically via the student portal. In addition, the College may
send electronic billing statement notices to the student's College-issued email address on record. The College may also send paper billing statements to
the student’s physical address on record with the college of attendance, but is not required to do so. Failure by a student to view their Student Account
or receive any billing statement does not constitute valid grounds for waiving late payment penalties, collection fees, or registration, grade, diploma or
– Billed tuition, fees, and other charges are due in full by the payment deadline determined by each college. Check with your
college of attendance for more information. Accounts not paid in full by the college deadline will be placed on hold for future registration, grades,
diplomas, and transcripts. This hold on services includes all Colorado Community Colleges.
Types of Payments –
The College is able to accept payment on your account by cash, check, money order, and most major credit cards. Deferred
payment plans and third party payer authorizations may also be available at the college of attendance. Check with your college of attendance for more
information. Payments are accepted in person or by mail at the cashier’s office of the College. Credit card payments are acce pted online through your
student web portal. For more information on paying online, contact the cashier’s office at the College you are attending. Students who have previously
provided a check that was dishonored by their financial institution (insufficient funds check or EFT) and students who have previously filed
bankruptcy may be required to pay in cash or with other certified funds. Check with your college of attendance for more information.
Returned Check Fee –
A returned check fee will be added to your account for any check returned by your financial institution. The College
reserves the right to pursue all legal remedies available to collect on a returned check.
Collection Agency Fees –
Collection agency fees will be assessed on the unpaid balance of your account, including internal collection fees of
no more than 40% of the unpaid balance, after internal collection efforts have failed to induce you to pay your account or enter into a payment
Agreement. Your account will be sent to a collection agency and may be reported to one or more credit bureau reporting service(s). To the
extent permitted by applicable law, you agree to pay all costs, fees and disbursements, including collection fees and reasonable attorney’s
fees, incurred by us in legal proceedings to collect or enforce your indebtedness.
The college you are attending or the collection agency may assess interest on the unpaid portion of your past due student
account. Interest may be assessed up to the maximum permitted under Colorado law.
– Payments and credits posted after the due date totaling less than the entire balance owed to your college will reduce the balance due as
of the date posted but will not remove restrictions and holds on registration, grades, diplomas, and transcripts. All payments received will be applied to
the billed unpaid balance. Payments made to your account through the Office of Financial Aid will be applied as mandated by the State, the Federal
government or the organization providing the funds. Any excess amount paid to your account through the Office of Financial Aid will be automatically
refunded to you, without a request on your part. If you have activated your Higher One card, your refund will be processed ac cording to the refunding
preference you established with Higher One. If you do not have a Higher One account a check will be mailed to your current address on file.