Accounts Receivable Policy
Bills Will Not Be Mailed. View your charges and credits on CampusConnect.
Students are required to pay tuition and fees prior to established deadlines. Balances must be paid in full, charged to a financial aid program or have a tuition payment plan established (see E-cashier on the college website). If one of these has not occurred, the student’s registration may be cancelled.
If a student has outstanding balances after the semester begins, they must begin making payments. If the account is more than six months delinquent, it is then included in the Department of Finance and Administration Set Aside Program, and the College will seek to collect funds from the individual’s state income tax refund. Students may not be allowed to re-enroll if their account is delinquent. The student’s file may also be sealed during this time. For more information, please contact the UACCM Accounts Receivable department at 501-977-2023.
ATTENTION: Tuition and fee rates listed here are for the 2014-15 academic year. Fall 2015 tuition and fee rates are subject to change and will be finalized by July 1, 2015. Students may want to wait until after July 1, 2015 to view their total bill amount for Fall 2015 tuition and fees. Tuition and fees payment for Fall 2015 are due August 3, 2015.
2014-2015 Tuition Rates
Conway County Resident
$84.50 per credit hour
In-State, Non-Conway County Resident
$91.50 per credit hour
$128.00 per credit hour
$284.00 per credit hour
Special Tuition Rates
Persons 60 years of age or older meeting UACCM Admission Requirements may enroll in for-credit courses at the college-tuition free on a space-available basis. Seniors are responsible for paying all non-tuition costs required for the course or courses in which they enroll. Requests for the senior citizens’ tuition rate should be made to the UACCM Financial Aid Office.
Senior citizen tuition waivers are not available for non-credit community outreach courses.