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    Bursar Office
    Location

    29-10 Thomson Ave.
    Room C-110
    Long Island City, NY 11101

    Phone
    (718) 482 - 7226

    Email

    bursar@lagcc.cuny.edu
  • Welcome to the Bursar Office website.


     The mission of the Office of the Bursar is to provide students with current account information in a customer service friendly environment. The Bursar's Office is dedicated to support our diverse student population understand their account information, the various payment options and resources available to settle their cost of education in accordance to CUNY policies.

    With a dedicated Bursar Self-Service Lab (C-111), we are able to assist over twelve thousand students enroll in the NELNET tuition payment plan every year and conduct financial literacy sessions. Our office also has nine (9) service windows in room C-110 that serves the college community with their financial matters and other educational services professionally and efficiently. 


    ADVISORY: CHANGES IN CREDIT/DEBIT CARD PAYMENTS FOR TUITION AND FEES


    Please be advised that effective March 13, 2016, LAGCC/CUNY will be making revisions to the procedures for utilizing a credit or debit card for tuition and fees payments.

    • You will no longer be able to use a credit or debit card to make payments directly to LAGCC for Spring 2016 tuition or for past due balances. As of this date, only cash, check, or money order will be accepted for payment at the Bursar’s Office, C Building Room 110.

    • For future semesters/sessions, all credit and debit card transactions will be processed via the CUNY Payment Plan, which can be accessed through CUNYfirst Self Service. The payment plan provides you and your family the option of paying tuition and fees over a period of up to six months. This flexibility enables you to reduce the burden of paying all tuition and fees prior to the start of the academic term. This payment plan is an interest-free benefit to you and your family.

      The enrollment fee for the payment plan is $95 per semester/session. If you opt for direct withdrawals from a bank account, a discount will be provided which will lower the enrollment fee to $40 per semester/session.

    • The eCheck payment option through CUNYfirst Self Service continues to be an alternative payment option that is cost effective since it does not require an enrollment fee.

    We trust that these changes will continue to provide you with a variety of payment options at LAGCC.



    IMPORTANT: EFFECTIVE FALL 2015 TUITION RATES WILL INCREASE AS PER CUNY BOARD OF TRUSTEES. CLICK HERE FOR NEW TUITION RATES.


    • How to View Your Tuition Bill & Financial Aid 

    Tuition bill due dates for the Fall II 2016 semester:

       

    • If you registered between 05/01/2016 thru 11/10/2016, due date is Tuesday 11/22/2016
    • If you registered between 11/11/2016 thru 12/05/2016, due date is Thursday 12/15/2016
    • If you registered between 12/06/2016 thru 12/28/2016, due date is Wednesday 12/28/2016
    • If you registered between 12/29/2016 thru 01/04/2017 Immediately (Upon Registration)




    Tuition bill due dates for the Spring I 2017 semester: TBA

             


    • Students registered for the Fall 2016 Session II and have a balance of $225 or more, must pay by close of Business on the respective due date, or risk bursar cancellation for non-payment.
    • Upon completing your registration, you may pay in person at the Office of the Bursar, located in the C-building room C-110 during our business hours
     

    Please note: Do not assume course(s) cancellation for non-payment, it is your responsibility to drop your classes if you decide not to attend. Please refer to our tuition refund/liability calendar for more information.


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