We provide a number of services including cashiering, fee assessment, collections, and refunds. Questions regarding financial aid disbursements must be addressed to the financial aid office.
Important Fee Information
Tuition and fees are due by the due date of each semester. See dates and deadlines on the current semester academic calendar. After the tuition due date if payment is not made the same day as registration then classes can be dropped daily. Also in MyCSN if you have paid for all classes by tuition due date and then add another class, you must pay for this additional class the same day as registration before midnight or you may be dropped from ALL your classes even if you have paid for some of the classes.
For a detailed listing of fees, see the tuition and fees page.
Methods of Payment: We accept cash, checks, money orders, debit and credit cards.
A payment plan is available to students who register for six or more credits per semester for Fall and Spring semesters. A non-refundable fee of $10.00 will be charged upon enrollment of the payment plan. A payment plan is divided into four monthly installments. It is the student’s responsibility to follow the payment plan schedule. A payment plan without any payment or partial payment for the total fees due on the first installment WILL NOT hold classes. However, do not assume you will automatically be dropped for partial or nonpayment. If you wish to no longer attend, then you must drop classes. All refund rules apply when dropping classes on payment plans. For the second and later installments, a penalty fee of 10 percent (minimum of $10) will be charged per installment not paid by the due date. Any unpaid balance on a payment plan is treated as an official fee hold and is subject to collection procedures.
Millennium Scholarship Students: (Effective Fall 2011)
Fall / Spring semester may pay their portion online via MyCSN.
Summer semester must pay in full then get reimbursed the middle of the Fall Semester.
Outside Scholarship Students: Please contact any Financial Aid Office with details, checks and documentation.
For a detailed listing of fees see the tuition and fees page.
Third Party Contract Information
Upon acceptance of a third party contract to bill another agency, a temporary credit will be applied to the student's account. CSN will invoice the third party at the beginning of each semester for the agreed amounts. If the invoice is not paid within 60 days, the temporary credit will be removed from the student's account. In such cases, the student becomes responsible for payment and will be billed for the charges. Unpaid balances may cause the student's account to become delinquent and be placed on hold which will prohibit future enrollment, release of official transcripts, and diplomas. The account may also be referred to a collection agency, and the student will be responsible for any collection costs chargeable by law. CSN reserves the right to refuse any third party contract at its sole discretion.
It may take up to 4 weeks from the start of the semester to receive non-financial aid refunds. A credit or debit card will be refunded if tuition and fees were paid on a credit or debit card. Other refunds will be processed as a direct deposit or a check. A student shall verify periodically that his/her direct deposit banking information and/or mailing address are current in MyCSN. It is ALWAYS the student's responsibility to drop classes to ensure meeting deadlines for refunds. DO NOT assume classes will be dropped due to nonpayment.
Automatic Deposit of Student Refunds: Available with a Student Direct Deposit Refund Enrollment through MyCSN.
Employee Payroll Direct Deposit
Hours of Operation for All Campuses
8 am - 6:30 pm
Tuesday - Friday
8 am - 5 pm
North Las Vegas Campus
If you have questions or comments, please feel free to EMAIL US.
All e-mails will be responded to within 3 business days.