drop box for students to drop off payments at RCC now available

Tuition payment drop boxes are to the left of the entrance doors on each campus.

Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees are managed by the RCC Business Office.

Students can pay tuition online or by using the drop boxes at both campuses.

Important tax information: 1098-T forms have been mailed for tax year 2021. Additional copies of your current 1098-T form or previous years’ forms can be accessed on the TRA website at https://tra.maximus.com  Once on the website please select First Time User and follow directions. Click here for more information on 1098-T.

Business Office hours:

Monday through Thursday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Friday 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

Please call the front desk to make an appointment.

Click here to view VCCS State Board meeting regarding potential tuition increases, posted May 26, 2022.


Contact the Business Office

  • Financial Aid Helpline:
    804-758-6734 for immediate assistance.
  • Glenns: 804-758-6720 / Fax: 804-758-6880
  • Warsaw: 804-333-6720 / Fax: 804-333-6880

    It’s tax season! Click here to get information regarding the 2020 1098T Tax Forms.

    State Board for Community Colleges to Consider 2022-23 Tuition and Fees at May Meeting

    In accordance with Section 23.1-307 (D) of the Code of Virginia, the State Board for Community Colleges provides notice that it will consider tuition and mandatory fee increases for Virginia’s Community Colleges, effective fall 2022, at 9 a.m. on May 19, 2022, at the Virginia Community College System, System Office, 300 Arboretum Place, Richmond, VA 23236.

    The State Board will consider mandatory tuition and fee increases of between 0 percent and 4.0 percent for all undergraduate students, subject to budget provisions of the 2022 General Assembly special session. The maximum potential increase equates to a base tuition rate of $160.15 per credit-hour for in-state students and would result in a net annual increase of $184.50 for a student enrolling in thirty credit-hours during the academic year. The community colleges will use revenue generated from any increase in mandatory fees to pay for mandatory cost increases associated with compensation and benefit increases, contractual obligations, technology and strategic initiatives, inflationary cost impacts, debt service, and potential adjustments to student fees.

    Written comments from the public will be accepted through May 18 and will be made available to the Board before action on tuition is taken. Written comments may be sent to Rose Marie Owen, Executive Assistant to the Chancellor, at rmowen@vccs.edu, or they may be mailed to the attention of Rose Marie Owen at:

    Office of the Chancellor
    Virginia Community College System
    300 Arboretum Parkway
    Richmond, Virginia 23236.