Tuition is due August 1 for fall, January 1 for spring and May 1 for summer. Kirkwood reserves the right to cancel your registration if you have not made payment arrangements or paid your tuition in full, but this does not relieve you from your responsibility to pay the bill or drop classes. If you do not plan to attend a class you're registered for, you must drop it by the last day to drop (www.kirkwood.edu/lastdaytodrop) for that particular class to avoid owing tuition. Failure to attend class or telling a staff member/faculty that you do not plan to attend class does not cancel your registration or your bill.
Payment arrangements consist of:
- Financial Aid awarded, "Financial Aid Checklist" in EagleNet will be green
- Paying your bill online using "Make a payment"
- Arranging for a Kirkwood Payment Plan using "Set up payment plans"
- Confirmation of a third party payment
Here are a variety of ways you can make your tuition payment:
Click here to make your payment online through MyHub.
- We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express.
Come to the One Stop office on 2nd floor, Kirkwood Hall, or the front desk at the Iowa City Campus. Cashiers can accept the following forms of payment:
- Personal Check (made payable to Kirkwood)
- Money Order
- Cashier's Check
Tuition Payment Drop Box
You can deposit your tuition in the drop box outside the Kirkwood Hall parking lot or right inside the One Stop Office located on the 2nd floor of Kirkwood Hall. Make sure to include your student ID # (k number).
Please include your student ID # (k number). Make your check payable to Kirkwood Community College and send the payment to:
Kirkwood Community College
6301 Kirkwood Blvd. SW
Cedar Rapids, IA 52404
Kirkwood Payment Plan
To help you meet your educational expenses, Kirkwood Community College is proud to offer a Kirkwood Payment Plan as a convenient budget plan. This is not a loan program. You may budget your tuition and fees in either an automatic bank payment (ACH) or with a credit/debit card option.
You can print your receipts directly from MyHub under “Account Details”.
Every year in late January, information will be provided to the student, showing the total tuition billed during the previous calendar year. This information will assist the student in claiming The American Opportunity Tax Credit when filing federal income tax forms. It will be important that the student has provided the One Stop office with an accurate mailing address, or elected to receive these documents electronically by completing the 1098 Electronic Consent form on MyHub—Self-Service—Tax Information.