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Paying for Courses

Matriculated students paying for summer courses:

  • We do not offer a payment plan for the summer session. Summer bills are due in full* by May 8, 2017. If you register after this date, you will be required to pay in full at the time of registration. *Payment in full means full payment is made either by the student, the student submits a sponsorship payment letter, or the student's financial aid is reflected on the bill.  Students will be dropped for non-payment.


  • Summer course book funds for financial aid students will only be available from May 8th through May 16th.  Students must purchase all books for summer courses as unused book funds will be pulled May 17th and added back to student accounts.  After this date, you will be required to purchase books out of pocket and will be reimbursed when financial aid funds are disbursed to you.


  • Summer course book funds for sponsored students will have funds available May 8th through May 16th and you must purchase all summer books during this time.  Students picking up courses later in the term will have their book funds available within 24 hours after registration and after we have received your sponsorship letter.


  • Students planning to live on campus this summer while taking courses must contact the Housing Office. Housing charges will be due in full at the time your tuition bill is due. There is no meal plan offered for the summer session.


  • It is also up to the student to know CM’s Refund Policy for adding/dropping courses. The details of this policy can be found in the Downloadable Business Office Documents portlet on the Payments and Student Billing page and on page 12 of the online College Catalog.

 Non-matriculated students paying for courses:

  • All courses must be paid for in full at the time of registration.  This means full payment is made by the student, or the student submits a sponsorship payment letter. The College reserves the right to drop students from classes for non-payment.

Non-Credit Courses

Non-credit courses must be paid in full when registering.  You may pay on-line with Visa/MasterCard or stop by the Business Office and pay with check, cash, Visa, MasterCard & Discover.  If you have 3rd party sponsorship you need to bring in or have your sponsorship letter e-mailed to or faxed to (207) 755-5495.

Refund Policy:

The Board of Trustees of the Maine Community College System recently approved a refund policy for Central Maine Community College and the other Maine Community Colleges.  The details of this policy can be found in the Downloadable Business Office Documents portlet on the Payments and Student Billing page and on page 10 of the online College Catalog.  The refund of charges applies only to students who officially withdraw from the College or its course(s), residence and/or meal plan.


CM-Connect now features an automated waitlist for your ease and convenience.  Click here to find out more (must be logged in).

Course Schedules Portlet Instructions:

To view complete course listings:
  • Click on "Course Search" below.
  • Select the semester or session you want from the first dropdown menu (Term).
  • Scroll to the bottom of the page and click "Search".
Academic Forms
Challenge Exam (.pdf, 87K)
Change of Major (.pdf, 78K)
An unofficial transcript must accompany the Change of Major form before bringing it to the new chairperson for signature.
Course Registration (.pdf, 118K)
Request to Audit a Course (.pdf, 21K)
Course Info
Fall 2017 Course Price List (.pdf, 409K)
Summer 2017 Course Price List (.pdf, 213K)
Spring 2017 Course Price List (.pdf, 398K)
Student Records
Re-order Award (.pdf, 79K)
Student Withdrawal Form (.pdf, 261K)

Complete and submit this form to withdraw from Central Maine Community College. (Note: this is not for withdrawing from individual courses.)

Transcript Request Form (.pdf, 325K)
Current students may log in to CM-Connect and submit an online Official Transcript Request.  To do this, please log in and then click here.
FERPA Release Form (.pdf, 358K)

This form grants CMCC permission to discuss details of a students educational records with a third-party, such as a parent, spouse, or sponsor. Form must be completed and submitted by the student to the Registrar's Office.

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