Paying for Your Education

The Cape College Center accepts various channels of financial aid and scholarships including but not limited to government grants and Missouri A+ Scholarships. Costs may vary depending on the courses you take. Make sure to also view our deadlines to assure you don’t miss out on this opportunity to invest in your future.

Fees

The business functions of the CCC are managed by Southeast Missouri State University. Student account information, financial aid awards, payment plans, and online payment options are accessible through the Southeast student portal. 

  Per Credit Hour 30 Credit Hours
CCC Tuition and Common Fees for 2020-21 (including Summer 2021) $193 $5,790
Dual Credit Tuition $95 n/a
Additional special course fees may apply.

Southeast Student Portal

View Additional Course Fees

Financial Aid

Students interested in applying for financial aid for the current academic year should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). If seeking an Associate of Arts, include the Southeast School Code: 002501 and the Three Rivers School Code: 004713. Missouri’s early application deadline is February 1. The FAFSA will still be accepted after this date and qualifying students will be considered for Federal Pell Grants and Federal Direct Student Loans. Financial aid awards are offered to admitted students. An e-mail is sent to the student’s University-assigned e-mail account as notification that the award package is ready for review. Award notifications are available online through the student portal.

Scholarships

High school graduates who meet the Missouri A+ Schools Program guidelines and enroll full-time at the CCC as an Associate of Arts degree-seeking student will be considered for the A+ Financial Incentive. A+ aid for all Associate of Applied Science and Associate of Science (AS) degrees will be processed by Mineral Area College. A+ eligible students who intend to pursue an AAS or AS should contact Mineral Area College financial aid office at (573) 518-2133. Southeast and Three Rivers merit scholarships may not be used at the CCC.

Payment Information

Billing statements are mailed in July for the fall semester (due early August) and December for the spring semester (due early January). Southeast accepts payment by the following methods: 

Money Order/Cash

  • In person: Cashier’s Office, Academic Hall on the Southeast campus 

Check

  • Online: My Southeast student portal
  • In person: Cashier’s Office, Academic Hall on the Southeast campus
  • By Mail:
    • Southeast MO State University
      One University Plaza, MS 3275
      Cape Girardeau, MO 63701

Credit Card (American Express, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover)

  • Online: My Southeast student portal
  • *A 2.75% service fee applies to all domestic debit/credit card payments.

Visit the SEMO Pay Account Summary for instructions on viewing your online account summary and making a payment or visit the Student Financial Services website.

Students are required to pay their account balances by published deadlines using one of the following payment methods:

  1. Payment in full
  2. Deferral by confirmed financial aid
  3. Enrollment in the Installment Payment Plan (requires at least 1st payment)

Students interested in financial aid should complete the current Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). If seeking an Associate of Arts degree, include the Southeast School Code: 002501 and the Three Rivers School Code: 004713. Missouri’s early application deadline is February 1. The FAFSA will still be accepted after this date and qualifying students will be considered for Federal Pell Grant and Federal Direct Student Loans.

Financial aid awards are offered to admitted students. An e-mail is sent to the student’s University-assigned e-mail account as notification that the award package is ready for review. Award notifications are online through the student portal.

For questions related to your billing statement, payment options, or financial aid, please contact Student Financial Services at (573) 651-2253.

Service Regions

The Cape College Center service region includes the Advance R-IV, Cape Girardeau 63, Chaffee R-II, Delta R-V, Jackson R-II, Kelso C-7, Leopold R-III, Oak Ridge R-VI, Scott City R-I, Scott County R-IV (Benton) and Woodland R-IV public school districts.

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