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10/27/2014 - 10/27/2014
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10/28/2014 - 10/28/2014
Student Services Center, counseling office

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10/28/2014 - 10/28/2014
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5.01.004.001 - Tuition Loan Program

Approved: 1/20/2011
Approved By: President's Staff
Category: 5 - FINANCE FACILITIES AND TECHNOLOGY
Section: 01 - FINANCE
Policy: 004 - Tuition Loan Program

The College has developed a short term loan program to provide students with temporary financial assistance to complete their enrollment.  These procedures will outline the eligibility criteria for students taking credit and non-credit courses as well as the process for enrolling in the tuition loan program.  This program is available only to individual students.  The loan forms may be obtained through the Student Financial Services Department, Information Registration Center or Cashiers Office on the Center Township Campus.  The forms are also available at CCBC’s Washington County Center.

Credit Students

Students taking credit courses must be enrolled in a semester or session that is at least seven weeks in duration.  If a student is taking courses in multiple summer sessions that are less than seven weeks in duration then these students will also be eligible for the program.  Payment terms are: 1/3 of the total tuition and fees plus the loan program fee due upon signing the loan document, but no later than the first day of the semester, with the remaining balance due the Friday of the eighth week following the beginning of the semester.  Any student failing to make the final payment on or by the published date will be assessed a late payment fee.  Any student with an outstanding balance will not be eligible to receive an official transcript or enroll in future courses until the outstanding balance is paid in full.

Non-Credit Students

Students taking non-credit courses must be enrolled in a course that is at least seven weeks in duration and at least 120 contact hours.  Payment terms are: 1/3 of the total tuition and fees plus the loan program fee due upon signing the loan document, but no later than the first day of the semester, with the remaining balance is due the Friday of the sixth week following the beginning of the course.  Any student failing to make the final payment on or by the published date will be assessed a late payment fee.  Any student with an outstanding balance will not be eligible to complete the course they are currently enrolled in or enroll in future courses until the outstanding balance is paid in full.