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Extended Office Hours for Spring Registration: January 9-January 26

Bursar’s Office

Tuition Due Dates:

  • Tuition for the Spring 2017 Semester is due in full on January 6th.
  • Registration between 1/9/17 and 1/17/17 – Payment is due on or before 1/17/17.
    This means, having financial aid in place and full coverage, a Payment Plan set up or paid in full.
  • Registration after 1/17/17 – Payment is due at the time of registration.
  • Payment Plans and paying in full can be done online with your student ID# (user name) and password.
  • If you need assistance with your password, please contact the IT Hotline at 973-300-2333.

Payments not made by due dates, as stated above, will result in deregistration from class.

Please Note: The College will be open on Saturday, January 14 from 9 am-Noon and closed on Monday, January 16 to observe the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.

Ways to Pay for College

  1. Select a Payment Option
  2. Set up a Payment Plan
  3. Pay with Financial Aid
    • Make sure your FAFSA is complete and up to date.
    • You must be covered in full or start a Payment Plan.
  4. Get Additional Assistance
    • Apply for Scholarships
    • Apply for Federal Work Study at SCCC
    • Secure Veteran Benefits
    • Arrange payment by third party funding
Book Voucher Policy

The bookstore voucher is only good for the date of issue. These bookstore charges are limited to books and necessary supplies needed for the class in which the student is enrolled. There is a maximum of $800 at the start of book sales through the 10th day of the semester. NOTE: IF YOUR BALANCE FOR THE SEMESTER EXCEEDS YOUR FINANCIAL AID, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THESE CHARGES.

FERPA – Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act

FERPA is a Federal law that is administered by the Family Policy Compliance Office (Office) in the U.S. Department of Education. FERPA applies to all educational agencies and institutions that receive funding under any program administered by the Department. Once a student reaches 18 years of age or attends a postsecondary institution, he or she becomes an “eligible student,” and all rights formerly given to parents under FERPA transfer to the student. If a student wishes to have someone have access to their financial status they can stop in at the Bursar’s Office and sign the waiver in person. For more information you can go to this link: http://www2.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/fpco/ferpa/students.html

Student Health Insurance – Important Information

As amended on June 27, 2013 by the Senate pursuant to the Governor’s recommendations, Senate Bill, S2291 eliminates the requirement that a full-time student at an institution of higher education in New Jersey maintain health insurance coverage.

The State of NJ Department of Banking and Insurance provides some basic information to help you select an appropriate individual or family health insurance plan at the following linkShopping for Health Insurance

Website Notice – 1098T
  • A paper copy will be mailed to your address on file on January 31st. You may consent to receive an electronic copy by signing into My.Sussex Portal and accessing the “Student” page/ “My Account – Bursar – Business Office”. The method of reporting for your 1098T that Sussex County Community College chooses to report to the IRS is the amount billed for qualified tuition & related expenses.
Contact Information

Sussex County Community College
ATTN: Bursar’s Office
One College Hill Road
Newton, NJ 07860

Administrative Building, Room B-203
Phone: 973-300-2106/2114
Fax: 973-300-2348
Email: bursar@sussex.edu

Mission Statement – Our mission at Sussex County Community College Bursar’s Office is to deliver assistance to our customers with efficiency and respect, while providing professional and quality service to the students, faculty, staff, parents and our community. We strive to provide helpful and knowledgeable assistance to students in a timely manner and keep student interests in the forefront of our decision making while adhering to regulatory requirements of the State and Federal Systems along with policies and procedures set by the college. Our goal is to provide guidance towards establishing appropriate fiscal practices and act as a central collection point for all college receipts.