Each campus and the Administrative Service Center has a cashier's office. The cashiers will cash personal checks, process in-town travel forms, serve as delivery point for payroll checks, accept payments for goods and services and assist in projects where money will be collected.
Concerns relating to the cashier's office should be referred to the associate comptroller-bursar services. For more information, please see College Procedure 4.02.01.
Personal Check Cashing
Checks up to $25 may be cashed at any cashiers' office based on availability of funds. A valid picture I.D., such as a driver's license, is required to cash checks.
In-town Travel Forms
In-town Travel Forms under $50 may be processed at the Campus Cashiers the first day of the month for the previous month’s travel. The In-town Travel Form, signed by the proper direct budget head and supervisor, and a valid I.D. are required in order to receive cash reimbursement from the cashiers.
Tuition, fees, parking decals and other charges may be paid by check, money order, debit card, credit card (Visa, Discover, American Express or MasterCard) or cash at the cashiers. If a check is returned, a returned check fee equivalent to the prevailing rate charged by the College's bank is charged for each check returned unpaid to the College.
If a check is returned, Accounts Receivable will notify the employee. Employees have ten calendar days to appear before the campus cashier to clear the check by cash or money order only.
Also, non-payment will result in the withholding of college services to include the enrollment in any credit or non-credit courses in subsequent registrations. The employee and his/her dependents will be administratively withdrawn from any classes registered in for the current semester without receiving any official documents from the College.
Items for Sale
College promotional items may be purchased from the cashiers.
All college personnel who are responsible for events with the potential for the collection of money will coordinate this activity with the campus cashier manager a minimum of two weeks prior to the anticipated start date.