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How to Pay For Your Classes and/or Clear Charges!

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Effective Monday, May 11, 2020, students can begin paying for their classes and/or clear charges online.

Below are the instructions on how to clear your charges. If you are not able to log into your student account (MyRSTC), you will need to contact your instructor.

Once you have logged into your student account; if you have questions regarding your financial aid, feel free to contact me at cbulger@rstc.edu.

To clear charges online:

1.        Log into your student portal through MyRSTC (by entering your student number for your username and your birthday for your pin/password. For example: If you were born April 6, 2000 you would enter 040600)

2.       Select Student Information Center

3.       Select Scheduling

4.       Select Complete Registration

5.        Select Complete Registration one more time

6.        Log out, once complete

If you do not have enough funds to cover your charges for the upcoming semester, you will be directed to the credit card center In order to pay the remainder of your charges.

 

**WIOA students: Funding will not be placed on your student account until a new contract is received from your WIOA Career Center. If you know you will be receiving WIOA, please do not clear your charges until I have notified you, by email, that your WIOA funding has been received in the Financial Aid office. Once funding is received you will be able to clear your charges online.

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