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Cashier Business Forms for Students
Student Stop Payment Request
Students issued refund checks need to allow two (2) to three (3) weeks for mail delivery of the check. A stop payment may be requested for checks not received within three weeks. Please print, complete, and submit the Stop Payment Request form to a cashier office at any campus location or email the completed form with your CWID to email@example.com.
Student Taxpayer Identification Form
Students with a hold on their account for a missing federal taxpayer identification number may complete the online form 24/7 in CougarWeb (Student tab, then select Student's Taxpayer ID Certification from the (Tuition/Payment block) for immediate removal of the hold. Students who prefer to submit a paper Federal Taxpayer Identification Form may do so by delivering it to a cashier office at any campus location, mailing it per the instructions provided within the document, or faxing to 972-758-3843.
Student Refund Exception Request (Unexpected Medical or Death in the Family Emergencies Only)
Students who find it necessary to withdraw from courses due to unforeseen medical emergencies or immediate family member death, may petition for a refund exception. Exceptions are reviewed by a committee for approval or denial. Eligible students may complete and submit the petition package, with supporting documentation, by emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org, delivering it to any cashier office campus location, or mailing it to Collin College Plano Campus, Attn: Cashier, 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, Texas, 75074.
Student Third Party Billing Authorization and Release Form
Collin may partner with an eligible Third Party Entity (the Vendor) to provide funding for charges on a student's account. To be an eligible vendor, the Vendor must have a valid third party agreement on file with Collin College and/or have an established tuition assistance program with a formal voucher or PO authorization system pre-approved and accepted by Collin before anticipated third party funding may be authorized on student accounts and considered acceptable funding to meet payment deadline requirements. Students intending to use third party funding should present the signed authorization and release form and email it to email@example.com or present it at any cashier office location. Students using third party funding only need to provide this release form once, but they must contact the cashier office each term in which they are eligible for and intend to use third party funding to meet payment deadline requirements.
Vendor Third Party Billing Contract
Collin may partner with an eligible Third Party Entity (the Vendor) to provide funding for charges on a student's account. To be an eligible vendor, the Vendor must have a valid third party agreement on file with Collin College and/or have an established tuition assistance program with a formal voucher or PO authorization system pre-approved and accepted by Collin before anticipated third party funding may be authorized on student accounts. Vendors interested in a third party billing arrangement should complete the form and return it to the Academic or Division Office which referred them. For vendors sponsoring students for general academic programs, they may complete the form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. The form must be on file prior to any registration payment deadlines for the third party funding to fulfill payment deadline requirements.
Student 1st Day Access eMaterial Opt-out Notification Form
Students who intend to opt-out of the lower price course eMaterials option offered for designated course sections and require an expedited refund for any payment made for the eMaterials, may complete the opt-out notification form and submit it to email@example.com or at any cashier office location. IMPORTANT: the form is a notification of intent to opt out. Students must still opt out of the eMaterials program through the Canvas course link the first day of the term. If a student does not complete the official opt-out process, the course fee will be added back to the student account, and the student will be responsible for any resulting account balance.
Chapter 33 Eligibility Verification Form (COE must be presented for initial proof of eligibility)
Eligible Chapter 33 recipients (Post 9/11 Veteran's Benefit recipients) are able to use their Certificate of Eligibility (COE) to fulfill payment deadline requirements for a specific term. Each term Chapter 33 benefits are used to fund courses, a new Chapter 33 Eligibility Verification form has to be submitted to the Bursar/Cashier office, confirming intent to use Chapter 33 benefits.