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Confirming Enrollment

Confirmation of Enrollment--Who must confirm?

  • By confirming enrollment, you are instructing Dyersburg State Community College that you will be attending the courses for which you have enrolled and asking DSCC to reserve those course seats for which you are registered. 
  • By doing so, you are agreeing that you are financially responsible for the educational costs (tuition, fees, etc.) associated with these classes.  Even if you expect financial aid to pay all or part of your financial obligations to the Institution, you understand that it is your responsibility to meet all requirements for disbursement to your student account. You are agreeing that the Institution use the financial aid to pay for all education costs charged to your student account for your entire period of enrollment or attendance at the Institution.
  • You understand that it is your responsibility to ensure that all requirements of grantors, lenders, employers, and other third party payers are met on a timely basis.
  • You understand that despite your expectations for payment from financial aid or other sources, that you are ultimately responsible for all charges incurred.
  • You understand that your financial aid may be adjusted due to eligibility. You agree to pay back to the Institution any amounts that you are not eligible for under applicable financial aid guidelines.
  • You understand that in order to eliminate this financial responsibility, you must OFFICIALLY WITHDRAW (DROP) from each class by 11:59 pm BEFORE the first day of each term.  If you drop after 12:00 am on the first day of the term, you WILL NOT receive full forgiveness and you will have some financial responsibility for those educational costs.

You must PAY AND CONFIRM ENROLLMENT no later than August 11, 2015 in order to maintain the Fall classes for which you registered and to initiate processing of Fall book voucher applications (if applicable). If you do not, you will be purged from the Fall schedule. If you register for any Fall class after August 11, 2015, you must pay at the time of registration, or you may be removed from the class again due to nonpayment.

Students may pay in full using credit/debit card, cash, or check. Payments may be made online as outlined below or paid to any campus cashier. If you pay in full with credit/debit card, cash, or check, confirming enrollment will not be necessary as this will be done automatically when the payment in full is posted to your student account. If you choose not to attend DSCC during Fall 2015 term, you MUST withdraw from all classes BEFORE the first day of the term, August 24, in order to avoid any financial responsibility for those classes. Failure to attend class will not relieve you of the financial responsibilities nor will you be dropped from the classes, which will result in "F" grades on all courses for which you registered.

Loans, grants, scholarships, state or federal vocational rehabilitation or any other type of financial aid may pay your account in full; however, you must confirm enrollment no later than August 11, 2015 to hold your class schedule. If you choose not to attend DSCC during Fall 2015 term, you MUST withdraw from all classes BEFORE the first day of the term, August 24, in order to avoid any financial responsibility for those classes. Failure to attend class will not relieve you of the financial responsibilities nor will you be dropped from the classes, which will result in "F" grades on all courses for which you registered.

Loans, grants, scholarships, state or federal vocational rehabilitation, or any other type of financial aid may pay only a portion of your account; you must pay the remaining balance in full by August 11, 2015 (or at the time of registration if after August 11, 2015). If you choose not to attend DSCC during Fall 2015 term, you MUST withdraw from all classes BEFORE the first day of the term, August 24, in order to avoid any financial responsibility for those classes. Failure to attend class will not relieve you of the financial responsibilities nor will you be dropped from the classes, which will result in "F" grades on all courses for which you registered.

Please note that reviewing your class schedule does not confirm enrollment; you MUST select the Confirm Enrollment option. If your account balance is not $0.00 or a credit balance, you must pay your account balance. For Fall 2015 term, you may enroll in the Deferred Payment Plan, in order to confirm.  If you have a credit balance (amount with a minus sign), you do not owe anything at that point and should be able to confirm.

To confirm and pay for your classes

  • At www.dscc.edu click MyDSCC (RED box button in right top corner area).
  • Log in with your User name and Password.
  • Click on the Student Tab.
  • Under Registration Tools, click on Payment of Fees/Confirmation of Enrollment. 
  • Select your Term (Fall 2015); then click submit.
  • Read and Accept the Statement of Responsibility for Educational Costs.
  • If you will be attending, click on Yes, I will attend during Fall Term 2015 and wait for a confirmation number.
  • If you do not get a confirmation number, this means you have a balance due and the system will automatically re-direct you to your student account activity page. Students with partial financial aid are not considered confirmed until the balance is paid in full or until enrollment in the Deferred Payment Plan has been completed and the appropriate deferred payment is made. There is NO Deferred Payment Plan available during Summer terms.
  • Once you've confirmed enrollment, if you choose not to attend DSCC during Fall 2015 term, you MUST withdraw from all classes BEFORE the first day of the term, August 24, in order to avoid any financial responsibility for those classes. Failure to attend class will not relieve you of the financial responsibilities nor will you be dropped from the classes, which will result in "F" grades on all courses for which you registered. If you choose not to attend DSCC during the Fall term, you MUST withdraw from all classes BEFORE the first day of the term, August 24, in order to avoid any financial responsibility for those classes. Failure to attend class will not relieve you of the financial responsibilities nor will you be dropped from the classes, which will result in "F" grades on all courses for which you registered.