Tuition Statement Tax Forms
The Tuition Statement Tax forms (1098-T) are available on the MC4ME student portal. You can view and print them directly.
Registration fees can be paid online via the MC4Me portal or in person at the Student Fees Office located on the third floor of the Lesher Student Services Building. The Student Fees Office accepts cash, check, money order, or Visa/MasterCard.
can also purchase parking permits at the
Student Fees Office.
Merced Blue Card by Higher One
See the Merced Blue Card page for information about the Merced Blue Card and financial aid, frequently asked questions, and a map of Higher One ATMs.
Student Health Fee & Student Representation Fee Waivers
* Student Health Fee: Ed Code Section 76355 allows exemption from the Health Fee solely to those students meeting the following criteria:
Student Health Fee Waiver forms available at the Student Fees Office. This form must be submitted to the Student Fees Office by the end of the second week of the term in order to decline this fee.
** Student Representation Fee: Ed Code Section 76060.5 allows the Students to request a waiver of this fee for religious, political, moral, or financial reasons. Fee is used to support student advocacy at the local, state and national levels.
Student Representation Fee Waiver forms are available at the Student Fees Office or ASMC. This form must be submitted to the Student Fees Office by the end of the first week of the term in order to decline this fee.
It is the student's responsibility to request a refund. Refund applications are available from the Student Fees Office.
The general refund policy covers the following fees: enrollment fees, state health fees, parking fees, student body fees, student representation fees, and non-resident tuition.
Students may apply for a refund if withdrawing from courses within the first two weeks of a full semester (18-week) course or, in the case of non 18-week courses, before 10 percent of the class meetings have passed.
After the second week of a full-semester
course, or after 10 percent of the class meetings have passed on
a non 18-week course, no refunds are available. Any additional classes added after
the first two weeks will incur a financial
Outstanding Debts Owed to the College
Students owing an outstanding debt to the College will have a hold placed on their academic records at the Admissions and Records office. Ordering transcripts and the issuance of a diploma will be withheld until the student clears the hold by paying the outstanding debt in full. A studentís ability to register for classes will be restored after having paid the debt in full or setting up a payment plan with the College. To pay the debt in full or arrange a payment plan, contact the Student Fees Office at (209) 384-6219 (Merced) or (209) 826-3431 (Los Banos). Credit card payments can be made online at mc4me.mccd.edu.