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Frequently Asked Questions

For what courses will students be refunded? 

Carroll County Public Schools (CCPS) students who are taking dual enrollment courses at CCPS locations or at Carroll Community College during the fall 2022 semester and who paid tuition and consolidated fees will receive refunds for the tuition portion of their bill. Students are still responsible for consolidated fees and books.  

What is the timeline for the refund process? 

The refunds will be processed the week of November 7, 2022. 

How will the refunds be issued? 

Carroll Community College will issue checks to all qualified CCPS dual enrollment students and will mail the checks to the student address on file. 

What if I had an unpaid balance? 

For the fall semester, students are responsible for fees, but not tuition.

If the student’s unpaid balance is related to tuition, then that amount will be removed from the student account.  If any of the outstanding balance is related to fees, then the student will be responsible for that portion of the outstanding balance.  If tuition has been paid and there is an outstanding fee balance, then the amount of the refund will be adjusted to pay the outstanding balance related to the fee balance.

Can I come to CCC to pick up the check?

No, all checks will be mailed to the student’s address on file.

What if I am currently on a Touchnet payment plan?   

If you are a dually enrolled student who is eligible for the tuition refund and are currently enrolled in a deferred tuition payment plan for the fall semester, then the College will cancel the deferred payment plan before the November/December payments are due.  Therefore, the last deferred plan payment will have taken place in October. If the amount that the student has paid so far exceeds the amount owed for the consolidated fees, then the College will issue a refund check for the difference.

Will this tuition assistance be available in Spring Semester 2023? 

Yes, for the Winter and Spring 2023 semesters, dually enrolled students will only be financially responsible for fees, materials, and books.  CCPS will pay the tuition costs.

What will happen with this program next year?  

Though details haven’t been provided yet, we anticipate that a similar financial arrangement will be in place for the next academic year, for CCPS dually enrolled students. 

What if I take dual enrollment courses through my private school or home school organization?

At this time, the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future legislation only includes funding for public schools.

If you have questions regarding the Blueprint, visit:

I have more questions about the refund process. Where can I get more information

If you have questions about your refund, please contact the Admissions Office at Carroll Community College at or call 410-386-8430.