The College accepts and processes payments from third-parties. If your tuition, fees, and/or bookstore charges will be covered by third-party funds, proper notification and documentation must be sent to the appropriate contact prior to tuition due dates.

You may submit confirmation of scholarships and GET payments to Student Finance by emailing Please be sure to include the student’s name, amount, the date that it was sent to the College, and any other pertinent information. Call 360-596-5246 for more information.

Payments should be addressed to: 
South Puget Sound Community College 
Attn: Cashier 
2011 Mottman Rd. SW  
Olympia, WA 98502

Students who receive funding from their employer, non-profit organizations, government agencies, or other financial institutions are processed by our student third party staff in the Business Office. 

An authorization or voucher must be sent to Third Party Billing by emailing

Be sure to include the student’s name, ctcLink ID#, quarters, amount, billing address, and any other pertinent information. Call 360-596-5400 for more information.

Due to FERPA guidelines, a Student Consent for Release of Records form must be on file for each individual seeking student information.

Active Duty Members must submit tuition voucher request in their respective portal. For information on how to use your military benefits, visit our Veterans & Military Benefits webpage.

Bookstore Vouchers : Once a third-party voucher for book purchases has been received at, an account will be set-up for the student in the Virtual Bookstore.

Students will receive an email within 24 hours of their account being set up which will include a voucher #.  To use the bookstore voucher, the student will need to enter their ctcLink ID from the College and the voucher # at the beginning of the order process. Please note that student will receive a new bookstore voucher # each quarter they have funds for.

Release of Records - Under the guidelines of the 1974 Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), students have certain rights with respect to their education records. Therefore, a Release of Record must be on file to release student information to third parties. For more information on FERPA and to access the Student Consent for Release of Records form, visit FERPA webpage.