DMACC offers our students many convenient ways to pay their student account balance. Payment options include:
Attn: Student Accounts
2006 S Ankeny Blvd Building 1
Ankeny, IA 50023
FACTS payment plan
The FACTS (Nelnet Business Solutions) automatic payment plan allows you to make payments on a monthly basis if you owe $200 or more. A $25 non-refundable fee is assessed by Nelnet at the time of your application and is automatically deducted from your checking or savings account or charged to your credit card (MC, VISA or Discover). Down payments are also immediately deducted at the time of enrollment. Monthly payments are automatically deducted on the 5th of each month.
Directions for setting up a payment plan. To make changes to a payment plan or to update the account information used for automatic withdrawals please contact Nelnet Business Solutions at 1-800-609-8056.
Important: You must apply for an online payment plan by the due date indicated on your DMACC billing statement.
Payment by Authorized Payer
Parents (grandparents, guardians, sponsors, etc.) can be set up by the student as an
'Authorized Payer'. As an authorized payer, the parent will have access to billing statements and the ability to pay online through
QuikPay (authorized payers do NOT have access to grades, class schedules, transcripts, etc.)
Step by step instructions to getting set up as an authorized payer.
NOTE: online payments made by authorized payers are one time/non-recurring payments.
College Savings Iowa 529 plan
If you plan to pay tuition with a qualifying Iowa 529 plan please request funds at least two weeks prior to your tuition due date. For information regarding how to withdraw funds from your 529 account go to the College Savings Iowa withdrawal information page by clicking here.
Students who are interested in learning about their eligibility to earn a financial aid award can visit the
DMACC Financial Aid Website.
Past Due Accounts
Students who have a balance due to the College should contact Student Accounts to resolve their debt. Unpaid debts may be referred to a collection agency and/or a credit bureau. Students with unpaid financial obligation may have a hold put on their record. The hold may permit students to withdraw from credit courses provided the withdrawal deadline is met, but will prohibit students from enrolling in courses, obtaining or sending transcripts, and graduating. Students with a hold on their account will be restricted from making any changes online and must contact DMACC directly by calling 515-964-6200 or in person at any campus location.
Contact Student Accounts to discuss repayment options for past debts that have not yet been referred to a collection agency:
Office hours are Monday-Friday 7:30am to 4:30pm in Building 1 at the Ankeny campus or by phone at 515-964-6446.
If a past due balance has been referred to a collection agency, students should work with that agency to set up a payment plan.
DMACC participates in the Iowa Statewide Offset program which means that debts due to DMACC may be collected from students' State of Iowa tax refunds. The State Offset program can also include payments from lottery and casino winnings, childcare earnings, and other state funded services or employment.