Last updated 11/18/2013
Payment Due Dates
Important dates to avoid your enrollment being canceled.
Spring 2014 – Payment due by noon, Tuesday, Dec. 17.
- Last-minute registration is Dec. 23 through Jan. 10.
- Payment is due at registration.
Spring 2014 deferred payment plan important dates:
- First payment due at time of plan setup (offered through Friday, Jan. 17, 2014)
- Second payment due on or before Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014.
- Third and final payment due on or before Wednesday, March 19, 2014.
Financial aid refund(s):
- Summer – Friday, June 28
- Spring – No later than Friday, Feb. 14
BHC accepts VISA, Mastercard, Discover Card and personal checks online through myBlackHawk. Instructions to Pay Online through myBlackHawk.
Make sure to allow 10 business days for your tuition payment to be received. If your tuition is not received by the due date, you may incur a late fee or your class may be canceled for non-payment.
Mail only a check or money order/cashier’s check. Do not send cash. Include the student’s Black Hawk College ID number on the check and make check payable to:
Black Hawk College
Attn: Bursar’s Office
6600 34th Ave.
Moline, IL 61265
Drop off payment at the Bursar’s Office at either campus. Black Hawk College accepts cash, checks and money orders. You may use the Payment Drop Box located inside Building 1 at the Quad-Cities Campus. Click here for office hours and location.
Deferred payment plan
The deferred payment plan is offered only in the spring and fall semesters. Payments are divided into three installments. You must sign a promissory note and at the same time pay the first installment of your account balance plus a $25 non-refundable setup fee. If payments are not received by each stated due date on the deferred payment plan, $25 late fees are added. Promissory notes may also be set-up through myBH by logging into your myBH account and clicking on:
- “Students click here to”
- “Student Records”
- “Deferred Payment Plan”
The first payment must be made at the time it is set-up otherwise the note will not go into effect.
Other ways to pay your bill:
Third party sponsors
If your tuition will be paid by a third party, you must obtain a voucher indicating the third party’s willingness to be billed for your classes. The letter/voucher must include the student’s name and address, billing instructions along with an authorizing signature from the third party. A new voucher is required each semester and must be turned into the Bursar’s Office at either campus.
Charge-backs and cooperative agreements
If you live in another community college district, you must first visit that college to obtain either a charge-back or cooperative agreement form. When you enroll, this form must be turned into the Bursar’s Office at either campus. A new form is required each semester.
Employee reimbursed tuition
If your employer will be reimbursing you for your tuition, you must pay your account in full and submit the receipts to your employer.
Prepaid College Tuition Plans
If you participate in the College Illinois program or other prepaid college tuition plans, contact the Bursar’s Office at the Quad-Cities Campus for more information.