Applies to the following semesters:
- Fall 2016
- Winter classes 2016
- Spring 2017
- Intercession 2017
- Summer I 2017
- Summer II 2017
In-State Resident -$89.00 per credit hour
Out-of-State Resident -$189.00 per credit hour
- Technology Fee -$16.00 per credit hour
- Student Activity Fee – $2.00 per credit hour
- Student Assessment Fee- $2.00 per credit hour
- Student Success Fee- $2.00 per credit hour
- Distance Education Fee (charged only on Distance Education courses) – $20 per credit hour
- Tuition and fees for Fall and Spring must be paid in full by the Friday before classes begin.
- Tuition and fees for Summer must be paid in full by the Thursday before classes begin.
- Individuals who are not U.S. citizens will be charged out-of-state tuition
- In-state tuition rates will include only the Missouri counties of Butler, Dunklin, Oregon, Pemiscot, and Ripley. All other Missouri residents will pay out-of-state tuition rates.
- Some departments will have program specific fees.
- Nutrition and Food Service Management
- Nutrition and Dietetics
- Nursing Assistant
- Patient Care Technician
- Practical Nursing
- Registered Nursing
- Respiratory Care
Students must validate their enrollment by paying tuition and fees. The college reserves the right to change the amount of fees and related policies, or to add new ones, at any time such action is deemed necessary.
For the purposes of tuition payment, an out-of-state resident is a person who has not lived in Arkansas for 6 months prior to the beginning of the semester for which they wish to register. A student can show Arkansas residency by presenting any of the following documents at the time of registration for classes, dated 6 months previously:
- Voter registration card
- Receipt for assessment of payment of taxes
- Arkansas Driver’s License
If above documents are not submitted at time of registration, students will be charged out-of-state tuition.
A student on a temporary visa will be classified as a foreign student and will pay Out-of-State tuition and fees. A student who has been granted a permanent visa and has been domiciled in Arkansas for 6 consecutive months following receipt of the permanent visa shall be classified as an Arkansas resident for tuition and fee purposes and will pay In-State tuition and fees.
Students who are 60 years of age, or older, and show proof of age may have the general registration fee waived. This waiver is limited to credit courses only. Children of police officers and firefighters who were killed or permanently disabled in the line of duty in Arkansas are eligible for waiver of tuition and fees for a period of up to 4 years, or until attainment of the age of 25, whichever occurs first.
Students who have not paid their account in full or set up payment arrangements by the deadline will be DROPPED FROM ALL CLASSES. Students who have been dropped for lack of payment will have five business days to re-enroll by paying a $50 LATE ENROLLMENT FEE and all tuition and fees in full upon re-registering.
Payment options are available to students through FACTS Tuition Management. NOTE – Deadlines for setting up payments are not the same as the tuition due date. For information on payment options go to E-Cashier.
*If you have pop-up blockers on your computer you may be blocked from the enrollment process. If this happens, simply hold down the CTL key and make your selection keeping the CTL key held down until the next page pulls up. This will get you through the blockers and allow you to continue with your enrollment.
*Always print off your confirmation or at least write down the confirmation number if a printer is not available.
*You may contact Student Accounts at 870.248.4116 for assistance or you may call FACTS at 800.609.8056.
Refund for Credit Courses – Fall or Spring Semester
- Before semester begins – 100%
- Second week of semester – 70%
- Third week of semester – 50%
Refund for Credit Courses – Summer Session I & II
- Before session begins – 100%
- Fourth day of class – 50%
- Fifth day of class – 0%
Refund for Intersession and Accelerated Classes
- Before classes begins – 100%
- Second day of class – 50%
- Third day of class – 0%
Refund for Short Duration Class (1 to 7 days)
- Before class begins – 100%
- Start of class – 0%
Refund for Non-Credit Courses
- Before course begins – 100%
- Start of course – 0%
To receive tuition refunds students must complete a Refund Request and return to:
Black River Technical College
Attn: Beverly Edington
P.O. Box 468
Pocahontas, AR 72455.
Request must be made within one year of the occurrence of the credit.
All fees are non-refundable
Students enrolled in classes which are canceled may request a 100% tuition refund. No refund of tuition will be made unless claim is made through the Finance Office at the time of withdrawal. Refunds will apply to tuition only. Technology fees are NOT refundable. Members of the military who are unable to attend classes because they receive orders transferring them out of the area for prolonged periods of time may request a full tuition refund at any time in the semester. Members of the military are required to present an original set of military orders to the Registrar for confirmation.
Students who are receiving financial aid and entitled to any refund under any Title IV student financial aid program should note that a portion of the refund will be returned to the Title IV program.
*A RECEIPT IS REQUIRED FOR ALL RETURNS, INCLUDING CHARGES TO FINANCIAL AID*
Returns for the Fall and Spring semesters may only be made during the first two weeks of the semester. Returns for Intersession, Summer I, and Summer II may be made during the first week only.
Return of books charged to Financial Aid will ONLY be permitted during the same time in which book charges are allowed.
Returns will only be accepted, if:
- Book has defect from publisher
- Book is still in same condition as it came from publisher, ex. Shrink wrap plastic intact.
- Book has not been written/marked in and spine is not broken
- Purchased for wrong class.
All students must have a Student ID. ID’s may be obtained at Student Services.
ALL financial aid refund checks are MAILED to the students’ mailing address on file with the Registrar’s Office. It is crucial that you keep your address current, which can be verified on Campus Connect. You will receive an email on your BRTC/GMAIL from the Business Office informing you that a refund check has been mailed.
Pell grant refunds are processed, if one is due, and mailed approximately 4 to 6 weeks from the beginning of the semester. Additional disbursements will follow once per month for students who did not complete the FAFSA within time to be included on the first issuance of refunds.
Student Loan refunds are processed approximately the fourth week of class each semester. The initial disbursement dates for loans each semester is always posted on the Financial Aid Office section of BRTC’s website. For those students requesting loans after a semester has begun, refunds are processed once per month.
All Other Refunds will be processed as BRTC receives funds from the funding sources.
*** AGAIN, an email will be sent to students when a refund has been issued.***