Academic Catalog

Registration and Payment

Students are expected to register online through MYGOCC during appropriate registration dates. Students are not admitted to class until they are properly registered. Any exceptions to this policy must be approved by the Registrar. Payment in full or enrollment in a Nelnet Payment Plan must be completed within 48 hours of registration.

Payment is accepted online through the Nelnet Payment Plan or the Cashier’s Office, located in Student Services. The College accepts cash, checks, American Express, Discover, MasterCard and VISA credit cards. An additional 2.75% service fee will be assessed for payments by debit or credit card. See Student Financial Responsibility Agreement on page 23.

Students not receiving Financial Aid: You will need to pay in full within 48 hours of registration, or enroll in the Nelnet Payment Plan.

Financial Aid Students: Financial Aid Students must have Financial Aid awarded and must sign up for Nelnet Pending Aid Plan within 48 hours of registration.

For information on all payment plans, visit:, click on the Current Students tab and go to: Cashier.

Third Party Authorizations: (MI Works, companies, etc.) Signed agreements are due in The Cashier’s Office at time of registration. Payment for tuition/fees not covered by a third party is also due within 48 hours of registration.

Student Obligations, Fines And Fees

Policy 3.13

Students shall be held responsible for all fees, fines, and other obligations which they have incurred with Glen Oaks Community College. A hold may be placed on the student’s record and transcript which may stop the student from registering or having official and unofficial copies of transcripts sent.

If a student desires to challenge his/her fees or other obligations, he/she shall have an opportunity to do so by requesting a meeting, in writing, with the reason for the challenge specified clearly to the appropriate Dean of the area that initiated the hold on the student’s record. The student should follow the “Due Process” procedure of the College for the challenge.

Adopted by Board of Trustees June 14, 1978, revised 9/14/05, reviewed 9/17/14.