View Your Bill

Student Billing Statements

Community College of Philadelphia does not issue paper bills. Electronic bills are available by logging on to the MyCCP portal. Students will receive an email directing them to login when a new bill is available. Students can sign up to receive text alerts as well. Additionally, students may create an Authorized Payer (AP) who can also be notified by email when bills are available.

View Your Bill Online

Step 1:

Log into MyCCP  with your user name and password.

If you don’t have a username and password, get one here. You‘ll need to enter your Social Security number and student ID (J number).

Step 2:

On the “Student” tab, click the “Financial Services” channel on the left then click on “Bill Summary.”

Bill Summary

Step 3:

On your account summary screen, select the “View” link in the “Your Bills” box on the right.

View

Step 4:

Review your semester Student Billing Statement. Page 2 contains important messages and Page 3 has information on Paying Your Invoice.

Summary

Step 5:

You can get a real-time picture of your account, including details about any prior or future semester balances due, by returning to the “your account” page and selecting “Click here to see recent activity” from the “Your Account” menu on the upper left side of the page.

Summary 2

Step 6:

Review your recent activity. This will include any prior term and future term balance details; any changes to charges and payments, estimated aid, and your current semester course schedule since your most recent semester Student Billing Statement was created.

Summary 3

Set up Text Alerts

Step 1:

From the “your account” page, select the “Enroll in Text Messaging Alerts” link under the “Your Profile” menu on the lower right hand side of the page.

Text Alerts

Step 2:

Select your wireless service provider and enter your mobile number and click “Continue.”

Text Alerts 2

Step 3:

Enter the Confirmation Code that you receive by text in the box in the middle of the page. Click “Continue.”

Text Alerts 3

Step 4:

Click “OK.”

Text Alerts 4

Step 5:

Select the box next to each applicable event and then click “Save.”

Text Alerts 5

You will be returned to the “your account” page.

Create an Authorized Payer (AP)

Step 1.

From the “your account” page, select the “Add New” link under the “Your Authorized Payers” menu on the lower left hand side of the page.

Authorized Payer

Step 2.

Enter the details for your Authorized Payer. You can include a note that will be added to the email notification sent to them that let’s them know you’ve added them as an AP. Choose “Yes” or “No” for each option listed. Then select “OK.”

Authorized Payer 2

Step 3.

Verify on the “your account” page that you now have the AP listed under the Your Authorized Payers menu.

Authorized Payer 3

Step 4.

Verify your AP received the information to access your account.

A. Your AP will receive an email like the sample below:

Authorized Payer 4

B. When your AP logs in they will be prompted to change their password. Then they will see a menu similar to what you see with your student login.

Authorized Payer 5

E-Bill FAQs

Q: Will I receive a copy of my Student Billing Statement by mail?

A: No, Community College of Philadelphia does not issue paper bills. Electronic bills are available by logging on to the MyCCP portal.

Q: How will I be notified when my bill is available?

A: Students will receive an email directing them to login to MyCCP when a new bill is available. Students can also sign up to receive text alerts. Additionally, students may create an Authorized Payer (AP) who can also be notified by email when bills are available.

Q: Can my bill be sent to someone else who plans to pay for it?

A: You can authorize an Authorized Payer (AP) to view your bill, make payments, and enroll in payment plans. You’ll need to create a login and temporary password for your AP. Instructions can be found here. (link to instructions above)

Q: Why doesn’t my Student Billing Statement reflect the registration changes or payment I made today?

A: The Student Billing Statement represents a snapshot of your account at the time the bill was created. The Student Billing Statement does not reflect real-time account updates. You can get a current view of your account by going to the “your account” page and selecting “Click here to see recent activity” from the “Your Account” menu on the upper left side of the page.

Q: What’s the difference between my Student Billing Statement and the recent activity under the “My Account” menu

A: The Student Billing Statement is semester specific and represents a snapshot of your account at the time the bill was created. The recent activity is a real-time picture of your account.

The Term Summary section on the Student Billing Statement will reflect the current semester and all prior semesters that have a balance due. Balances due for future semesters will not be reflected on the current term Student Billing Statement. However, they can be seen in the recent activity.

Detailed information about charges and payments, estimated aid, and course schedule will only be reflected for the semester for which the Student Billing Statement was prepared. There are times of year when you may have multiple semester Student Billing Statements available due to your registration in multiple semesters (ex: summer and fall).

Q: Where will I see my payment plan reflected?

A: Students enrolled in the payment plan will see the unpaid installment amounts and due dates reflected on their Student Billing Statement. The recent account activity will not reflect payment plan installments due. That information can be found under the “Installment Payment Plans” menu which can be accessed from the right hand side of the “your account” page.

Q: Where are the details for my prior terms that have undisbursed estimated aid?

No details will appear in the recent activity for prior semesters if there is estimated aid expected to pay those charges in full or if there is a credit balance due to be refunded for the prior semester. You can refer to your Student Billing Statement history to identify these items on aprevious bill.