There are multiple ways to pay for your college tuition. Here is a list of options available to you.
Online by credit card or e-check
You may pay in full online by logging into myLSSC, navigating to the Student Links card, and then selecting the “CashNet Payment & eRefund Dashboard” link.
LSSC offers payment plans through CashNet. These plans allow students to pay tuition and fees for full-semester courses over time rather than in one lump sum. The dates these plans are offered and further details can be found on the CashNet Payment & eRefund Dashboard link on the Student Links card on myLSSC. There is a $25.00 enrollment fee associated with three-payment and two-payment plans.
Check or Money Order
Payments can be made by check or money order by using the secure drop box on any campus or sent through the mail.
Be sure the student’s full name and LSSC ID (X-ID) are written on the check/money order. Please make accommodations to ensure that the payment will reach LSSC prior to the appropriate payment deadline.
Mail payments to:
Lake-Sumter State College
Attention: Student Accounts
9501 U.S. Highway 441
Leesburg, FL 34788
Students may be dropped for non-payment during the below fee payment deadlines. If their balance is not paid in full, students are at risk of being removed from ALL of their registered courses and will need to re-register, if seats are available.
Fall 2022 fees will be posted to student accounts in July 2022. Payment plans will be available on CashNet.
Upcoming fee payment deadlines
Summer 2022 B
Tues 6/21/2022 (4pm)
Credit Card Payment Policy
A 2.75% convenience fee will apply to all payments made by credit card for LSSC tuition, fees, and other account charges, including application fees.
Credit card payments are only processed through myLSSC. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express will be accepted.
Cardholders will be notified of the convenience fee at the time of payment and be given the opportunity to opt out of the transaction and choose another payment option. In no case may CashNet SmartPay charge the fee without disclosure to the cardholder prior to finalizing payment.
Students can avoid paying the convenience fee by paying through myLSSC with an e-check (ACH bank transfer from checking or savings account).
Students should confirm that their fees have been paid in full in myLSSC prior to the fee payment deadline, even if they are anticipating Financial Aid or Scholarships.
Course Drop Deadline
Students are responsible for dropping themselves from any course they do not wish to attend by the course drop deadline for the specific for the specific semester/part of term that you’re enrolled. If they are still enrolled in a course after the drop deadline, they will be held financially responsible for their registered courses’ full cost.
If you are due a refund on your student account, such as from a financial aid award, this refund will be issued by direct deposit or mailed as a check. To receive your refund in the shortest amount of time, sign up for direct deposit in CashNet.
How to Set up Direct Deposit
To set up direct deposit, go to myLSSC and click on CashNet Payment & eRefund Dashboard link on the Students Links card. Once in CashNet, click My Account on the left hand navigation bar, then click Sign Up under the Direct Deposit Refunds section.
Parking Fee Waiver
Beginning Fall 2020, Lake-Sumter State College added a $2.00 per credit hour parking fee for all in-person and hybrid classes. If you have an in-person or hybrid class but do not park on campus, please take a moment to fill out the Parking Fee Waiver Request form in Workflow. Once you’ve logged in, choose New Case, then Parking Fee Waiver Request.
Please be aware that parking fee waivers only apply to the current term, and that a new waiver form will have to be submitted at the start of each new term.
1098-T forms for each tax year will be available by January 31 of the following year. 1098-T forms are furnished electronically and may be generated/printed using CashNet or the Student Records page on myLSSC. Please note that a 1098-T will not be generated if the amount paid out-of-pocket does not exceed the amount of financial aid, scholarships, and/or grants received by a student for the given year.