Location and Hours
Student Accounts, Rooms 206, 207 and 208
Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
- Tuition & Costs
- Complete List of Fees
- May Term FAQs
- Commuter Meal Plans Form (.docx)
- Parking Decal and Vehicle Registration Information (.docx)
Parking Decal Opt-out and Vehicle Registration Site
Note: All students must register their vehicle or opt-out of the decal.
- Refund Request Form (Online Form MyBC)
- Semester Flex Plan Information (.docx)
- Semester Flex Plan Online
Frequently Asked Questions
Why does my financial aid award letter differ from the estimated student account statement I received from the finance office?
There are many reasons for this difference. Your Financial Aid Award Letter includes the gross amount of your federal loans and your account statement shows the net amount or what is actually paid to the College. Federal work-study is only shown on your award letter since earnings from work-study are paid directly to the student rather than being credited to their account. Also, the reservation deposit allocation as well any debit or credit balance forward shows on your statement but not your award letter.Award letters are based on a standard residential room- Heritage, Strickler Apartments, and Honors Housing. All other residential rooms have an increased cost. Likewise, parking decals and class fees are not included in the award letter. A complete listing of class and residential fees are available for viewing by going to complete list of fees page. Remember you can view your student account on WebAdvisor to check for any updates. Typically fall statements may be viewed as early as July 10 and spring statements by November 22. For further information, read the Understanding Your Statement of Account brochure (.docx).
Do you accept credit cards?
We accept all major credit cards through our online payment system. A service fee of 2.63% will apply to any debit or credit card payment. However, you may pay via electronic check (ACH) at no extra cost.
How do I receive a refund if I have a credit balance (surplus) on my account?
If you have a credit balance on your account, you can request your refund either in person or via your BC campus email. Refunds are not available during the first two weeks of a semester. Checks are processed only after loan funds are received and credited to the student’s account. Checks are written on Tuesday and Friday with deadlines being 10 a.m. the prior day. Checks are sent intercampus mail to your campus box unless you request them to be mailed to your permanent address. We prefer requests for alternate payees be made in person in the finance office. Refunds for graduates and other non-current students are generally processed within two to four weeks after leaving the College. Also, account refunds are not generated for amounts less than $2. Download the refund request form (.pdf).
Email should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I purchase a commuter meal plan or Dining dollars?
To purchase a commuter meal plan or Dining Dollars, please go to our online payment form. Select either “Dining Dollars” or “Commuter Meal Plan” from the drop-down menu, and then enter the appropriate amount (see the meal plans webpage for meal plan prices, or enter any amount for the “Dining Dollars” selection). You may also visit the finance office in Rebecca Hall to purchase a commuter meal plan or Dining Dollars. Plans may be purchased in the finance office with cash or personal check only.
College Financial Matters
Student Accounts Manager
Student Accounts Coordinator
Michael W. Bowen
Student Accounts Coordinator
Accounts Payable or Vendor Payments
Stacy A. McDonald
Accounts Payable Manager
Director of Finance and Budget