Pay your class fees before the deadline or you will be dropped from your classes. There are lots ways to pay, including a payment plan.
Pay your fees when you register. You must pay all your fees before the first day of the new term.
If you owe fees after the term begins, a hold will be placed on your record. Your account will be subject to collection.
You are responsible for paying for your classes even if you do not attend them. If you do not plan to attend a class that you have registered for, you must drop the class by the Add/Drop/Refund Deadline. See Dropping or Withdrawing from Classes.
Credit or Debit Card
Make credit or debit card payments from your mySierra account. Visa and MasterCard only.
- In your mySierra account, click on "Pay for Classes/1098-T Tax Forms"
- Now select "Online Payments"
- Choose your term
- Click on the "Pay Now" button to pay for the class
Personal checks, traveler's checks, cashier's checks and money orders are accepted for the amount due only. Make checks payable to Sierra College. You can drop the check off at the Bursar's Office or send it in the mail.
Two-party, post-dated, or altered checks will not be accepted. Your account will be charged for any returned checks, whether written by you or another party.
Paying by Mail
Complete the payment form and mail it with your check.
Mail payments to:
Attention: Bursar Office
5100 Sierra College Blvd.
Rocklin, CA 95677
Receiving financial aid? The Financial Aid Office must receive and process your FAFSA and all of your forms before you can register for classes.
California College Promise GrantCalifornia Residents with a California College Promise Grant will have their enrollment fees waived. You will not be dropped for non-payment if your only remaining fees are non-enrollment fees. Check your financial aid status in mySierra to confirm your BOG award.
ScholarshipsReceiving a scholarship? Verify your scholarship with the Financial Aid Office before you register for classes.
For more information, contact Financial Aid.
The Nelnet Tuition Plan helps you budget your tuition by dividing the cost into monthly payments. FACTS by Nelnet is not a loan program. It is a flexible option that has no interest, no debt and does not require a credit check. You can set up automatic payments from a checking or savings account, or your credit card. Sign up for an interest-free monthly payment plan for just $20 per semester. More information on the tuition payment plan.
To manage your payment plan, go to your mySierra account. Click "Pay for Classes/1098-T Tax Forms", then select "Setup/Manage Payment Plan."
Are you an international student? You must pay all your fees in full at the time you register for classes.
For more information contact International Students.
Veterans Educational Benefits
Continuing students certified under Chapter 31 (Voc Rehab) or Chapter 33 (Post 9-11) benefits will not be dropped for non-payment.
Are you a new student applying for Chapter 31 (Voc Rehab) or Chapter 33 (Post 9-11)? Complete the intake process with the Sierra College Veterans Office in Rocklin before registering for classes. For information contact Veterans Services.
Payment by Agency or Company (i.e. Workers’ Comp., Voc. Rehab., Active Military, Ghidotti or Employer)
The Bursars Office must receive and process your authorization letter two weeks before you register for classes. If processing is not complete by then, pay your class fees. You will receive a refund once your contract is processed.
For more information contact the Bursar’s Office.