Payment Information

Below are directions on how to view your account balance through your myMACC student portal:

  1. login to your myMACC student account portal at my.macc.edu/ics

  2. click on ‘Student’ located on the red menu bar at the top of the page

  3. click on ‘Billing Information’ located on the menu on the left side of the page

  4. click on the ‘Pay Online’ button (you do not have to immediately pay online to view your balance)

  5. follow the steps to create an account (if you do not have an account set up already)

  6. ‘Payment Activity’ (this section gives you the balance based on pending financial aid

  7. Click on ‘Transaction Details’ for more detailed information

College Policy requires fees and tuition to be paid in full on or before the first day of semester unless the student has guaranteed financial aid on the system. If unable to pay in full, please set up the convenient online payment plan.

Please choose one of the payment options below:

  • Preferred method – online through your student portal at my.macc.edu (not available for prior semesters)
    1. login to your my.MACC student account portal at macc.edu/ics
    2. click on ‘Student’ located on the red menu bar at the top of the page
    3. click on ‘Billing Information’ located on the menu on the left side of the page
    4. click on the ‘Pay Online’button (you do not have to immediately pay online to view your balance)
    5. Click on ‘Begin’ to follow the steps to create an account (if you do not already have an account set up with Nelnet)
    • ‘Payment Activity’ (this section gives you the balance based on pending financial aid)
    • You may choose to add a parent/authorized user to make payments on your behalf by clicking on ‘Add an Authorized Party’
    1. Click on the green ‘Set up a Payment Plan’ button under the Home tab to pay in full or set up the online payment plan (please note; there is a cut off date for setting up the online payment plan)
    2. When you reach Payment Plan Options you may:
    • Pay your balance in full without a fee

    or

    • Choose the payment plan option ($40.00 fee)
    1. Follow the steps to proceed through the Progress Tracker
    2. Select and enter your payment method information
    3. Review and Authorize
    4. Payment plan payments will automatically be withdrawn monthly
    5. Any returned payments are subject to returned payment and late fees
  • Any MACC campus location
  • Mail check or money order to the MACC Business Office, 101 College Ave., Moberly, MO 65270 (please include student’s full name and ID number)

MACC offers an online payment plan option for current semester students unable to pay in full or that do not have their financial aid in place. This program is administered by Nelnet Campus Commerce. For more detailed information please refer to the Payment Plan tab found under Business Office.

MACC offers a payment plan option for current semester students who are unable to pay in full or do not have financial aid in place to cover their balance. This program is administered by Nelnet Campus Commerce.

Payment Methods

  • Automatic bank payment (ACH)

  • Credit card/debit card

Cost to Participate

  • Payment plan enrollment fee charged each semester

  • $30 returned payment fee if a payment is returned

Simple Steps to Enroll

  • Go to www.macc.edu

  • Log on to myMACC

  • Select Student Tab

  • Select Billing Information

  • Click on Pay Online

Steps to Enroll for Authorized Party

  • Student must follow the steps above.

  • Student selects “Add an Authorized Party”

  • Authorized party will receive an email to create username/password

  • Authorized party will log in through online.campuscommerce.com

  • Authorized party selects “Sign Up For Payment Plan”

Target Dates to Enroll By:

Payments are processed on the 5th or 20th of each month.

Spring 2022 Payment plan available October 19, 2021.
Full payment also available online with no additional fee

Last day to enroll online 

Required down payment

Number of payments 

Months of payments 

December 31

none

4

Jan.-Apr.

January 27

25%

3

Feb.-Apr.

February 24

30%

2

Mar.-Apr

Summer 2022 Payment plan available April 12, 2022.
Full payment also available online with no additional fee

Last day to enroll online

Required down payment

Number of payments

Months of payments

May 25

25%

2

June & July

June 23

50%

1

July only

Fall 2022 Payment plan available April 12, 2022.
Full payment also available online with no additional fee

Last day to enroll online

Required down payment

Number of payments

Months of payments

July 29

none

4

Aug.-Nov.

August 25

25%

3

Sept.-Nov.

September 26

30%

2

Oct.-Nov.

NOTE: All down and full payments are processed immediately!

For additional help, please contact us at 800.609.8056.
www.MyCollegePaymentPlan.com/moberly

NOTICE: IF YOU FAIL TO OFFICIALLY WITHDRAW FROM CLASS YOU ARE STILL FINANCIALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR RESERVING CLASS SPACE.
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To officially withdraw from class you may send a letter, go to the Moberly Student Affairs office, or go to any MACC Off-campus location to complete and sign the required paperwork. For questions regarding withdrawing from classes you may call Student Affairs at 660-263-4100 ext. 11270. Failing to attend or ceasing to attend class does not constitute an official withdraw for billing or refund purposes.

MACC has partnered with Flywire to offer secure international payments from any country and any bank in your home currency.

Click Here to begin the Flywire payment process. 

Any balance remaining after the first day of semester is subject to a $50 late payment fee.

A hold will be placed on all accounts with an unpaid balance. Grades and academic transcripts will be held, and students with delinquent balances greater than $200 will not be allowed to enroll in subsequent semesters.

Delinquent accounts are subject to collection efforts and collection fees of up to 40% of the balance.

MACC will participate through the Missouri Department of Revenue Debt Offset program to receive money that has been withheld from taxpayers who owe debts over $25. Please refer to the MACC Policy Handbook for more information.

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