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Tuition is due at the time of enrollment. Tuition may be paid online, in person, or by mail.

Financial Assistance for High School Students

High school students may qualify for financial assistance for JCCC courses through the College Now grant or Excel in CTE.

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JCCC cannot accept payments by phone. Students are financially responsible for all charges on their account. For more information about paying tuition, current tuition rates, and our Student Financial Responsibility Statement, go to the Tuition page on the JCCC website.

Pay online

  • Log in to MyJCCC
  • Enter your username and password.
  • Select the My Finances tab.
  • After you see the welcome page, select the Make a Payment tab at the top of the page or select the Make a Payment box in the center of the page.
  • Select the balance you wish to pay.
  • Select a payment method by clicking on the drop-down box, previously saved payment information will appear or new information can be entered.
  • Payment Confirmation: Confirm your payment information and select the Submit Payment button.
  • You will receive a confirmation page that says “Thank you for your payment.” We will send you a confirmation email with payment details. Print this page as your receipt. If you do not get this page, your payment was not submitted.

If you have concerns about making payment in full, please contact the Bursar's Office at 913-469-2567 or email You may also visit our payment plan page for information on payment plan availability.

Pay in person

Visit the Bursar's Office in SC 113 during office hours.

Pay by mail

Send your check, money order or cashier’s check to:

Johnson County Community College
SC 113, Box 3
12345 College Blvd.
Overland Park, KS 66210-1299

Be sure to include the student’s name and JCCC ID in the bottom left corner of your check.

Frequently asked questions about paying tuition

Tuition is due at the time of enrollment for College Now courses.

JCCC will not accept payments by phone.

See our tuition page for more information about current tuition rates and our Student Financial Responsibility Statement.

We work hard to make tuition rates affordable for all students.

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By enrolling for classes at JCCC, you take on student financial responsibility for the cost of tuition as outlined in JCCC policies.

Yes. If you will be attending JCCC after graduating from high school, you can apply for JCCC Scholarships!

First-year students who have participated in one or a combination of College Now or Quick Step courses can apply for the Central Bank of the Midwest High School Partner Scholarship.

To qualify, submit the online Scholarship Application.


  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • 2.0 GPA or higher
  • Be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours each semester at JCCC

This is a non-renewable one-year scholarship opportunity.

You are encouraged to complete the Scholarship Application and the FAFSA for the upcoming aid year by the priority deadline. Having the FAFSA on file opens up more opportunities for other scholarships you might qualify for. 

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