Payment Options

Payment Options 

Stay Registered For Classes! Select a Payment Option and Get Started

MATC’s tuition and fees are affordable -- a fraction of the cost of four-year institutions.

You must have a payment option in place by the due date! 

New! MATC now requires students to accept a Student Financial Responsibility Agreement (SFRA), acknowledging that they understand they are responsible for all charges and courses they register for. Students will remain in classes regardless of whether they have a payment option in place. 

Read the Student Financial Responsibility Agreement (SFRA)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Cost & Aid Deadlines

See below for the latest deadlines. Payment options include:


    For students with financial need, federal and state aid can make college a reality. To apply, visit! MATC’s school code is 003866. If you are awarded financial aid, you’re set for your payment option. If you have applied and are unsure of your status, visit Self-Service and choose Financial Aid. You can also call 414-297-6282 (MATC) or email

    MATC’s work to make college affordable goes beyond tuition. You can pay your tuition and fees with a flexible payment plan, starting with as little as 5% down. To enroll in the MATC payment plan, visit MATC Self-Service, choose “Student Finance” and select the payment plan. See ‘how to ‘pay’ below for more details.

    Estimated Payment Plan

    # of Credits Enrolled Estimated Tuition and Fees per Semester

    Estimated 5% Down Payment to hold classes

    3 $485.00 $24.25
    6 $955.00 $47.75
    9 $1,418.00 $70.90
    12 $1,894.00 $94.70

    If you pay your full tuition using Self-Service (choose Student Finance), you’re set to start your classes! Students can pay online using a credit card, a debit card or a BankMobile Vibe debit card (Discover, Visa, or MasterCard). See ‘how to pay’ below for details.


    Third party sponsorship is a payment agreement between the college and the student sponsor. The sponsor is an outside source that takes responsibility for all or partial payment of fees, books, etc. A third party sponsor is not an individual, i.e. parent, grandparents, etc., but a company or agency, such as the military, Vocational Rehabilitation, etc.

    A letter of authorization from the sponsoring organization on file with MATC is required to document the sponsor’s commitment to pay designated educational expenses for a student. This must be received in the Financial Aid Office PRIOR to the Payment option deadline for the semester. Businesses and other organizations may sponsor your education at MATC. Contact your employer about any educational benefits offered. Are you an employer or other agency interested in learning more about becoming a sponsor? Learn more on our third-party sponsorship page.

How to Pay

Tuition and fees must be paid by the assigned fee payment due date or have a formal payment option. Classes will be held unless students take action to drop classes before the first start date of the class.

Students with a past due balance of $200 or less are allowed to register for courses.

If your balance exceeds $200, you must contact the Cashier’s office to create a past due payment plan. You are allowed to make a payment plan for past due charges as a one-time courtesy. If the balance is not brought to $200 or less, registration will be restricted for the next term.

Credit or Debit Card

Students can pay online using a credit card, a debit card or a BankMobile Vibe debit card (Discover, Visa, or MasterCard).

  1. Log into your student account at
  2. Enter your user id and password
  3. Click on Student Finance
  4. Select the term you are making a payment on.
    • If you do not wish to pay in full, change the amount before clicking proceed to payment.
  5. To enroll on the Payment Plan, select create Payment Plan.
  6. Click the Student Receivable for the term you are selecting and click continue.
  7. You will see a payment preview screen. Verify the amount you want to pay.
    • Refunds will not be issued if you pay the incorrect amount.
  8. Agree to terms and conditions of the payment or payment plan.
  9. Click Continue.

If you are enrolling on the Payment Plan, you must pay 5% to hold all classes. Note: If you add additional classes after enrolling in the payment plan, you must make an additional payment so that at least 5% of your new total is paid.


Students can also come into any of our campuses to make a payment via cash, check or credit card.

  • Starter checks are not accepted.
  • Students who attempted to pay with a check that was later labeled NSF (or non-sufficient funds) in the past five years are not eligible to write a check.


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Monday - Wednesday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Thursday 8:00 - 6:00 p.m.  Closed 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

MATC's primary method of communication is through the student's MATC email and it is the student's responsibility to check their account in Self Service for the most up-to-date information regarding payment due dates, billing, and other important information.


These calculations will be made for you. The percentage of the refund is based on the start date of the class.

For Spring and Fall (15 and 16-week courses): For Summer and all other courses (less than 15 weeks):
When the class is Dropped: Refund: When the class is dropped: Amount of refund:
100% refund- if a course is dropped prior to the first start date of class
  • Example if the class start 9/11, you must drop the class by 9/10
  • Online courses must be dropped before the Sunday of the course start date
100% refund- if a course is dropped prior to the first start date of class
  • Example if the class start 9/11, you must drop the class by 9/10
  • Online courses must be dropped before the Sunday of the course start date
80% refund-if a course is dropped from calendar day 1 through 12 80% refund-if a course is dropped before 11% of the scheduled class is completed
60% refund- if a class is dropped from calendar day 13-25 60% refund-if a course is dropped between 11%-20%
0% refund after calendar day 25, there will be no refunds and student will be charged full price 0% refund-no refunds will be given after 20% of the scheduled class is completed
  • The refund schedule is based on counting the first Sunday of the course start week/date.
  • Ex: Class starts Sunday, July 26th (this is an 8 week course) – July 26th is considered first day of class
  • Sunday, August 2nd is considered to be the second day of class. If you drop the course on August 2nd, you have now attended 25% of the course
  • If at any point, the student is dropped by the instructor, no refund will be given