Tuition is due... what will you do????
If you don’t have the money to pay for your tuition when it is due, there are two options open to you. Please read both options below to determine which one will suit your needs best. If you have any further questions that are not covered in these two options please feel free to phone the Financial Aid Department at 250-561-5838 or toll-free at 1-800-371-8111, ext 5838 or Email Us.
Option 1: You have already applied for a Student Loan and it has been assessed for approved and it is before the Tuition Due Date (August 15th or November 21st, 2012)
Step 1: You receive a Notice of Assessment from StudentAid BC; deliver or fax (250-561-5879) a copy to the Financial Aid office (Student Central room 1-753) in PG
Step 2: CNC's Financial Aid Department confirms your enrollment with StudentAid BC and adjusts tuition due date to the end of the first month of the semester
Step 3: StudentAid BC mails the Master Agreement loan document to you
Step 4: Take the Master Agreement loan document with your banking information and picture ID to the 5th Avenue (Prince George)post office for processing
Step 5: BCSL and CSL deposit funds directly to your personal bank account
Step 6: You pay your tuition at the Admissions Office at CNC before the last day of September. If you are attending a regional campus contact the Regional Admissions Office in our area.
Option 2: You are late applying for a Student Loan, or you are thinking about applying for a Student Loan but you are hoping you won’t have to apply, or you have missed the tuition due date (August 15th or November 21st, 2012)
You have until 6 weeks before the end of the semester to apply for Student Loan funding.
You can apply for a CNC Payment Plan with the Financial Services Department:
- Obtain an information package from Admissions, Financial Aid or Counselling & Advising that outlines the payment plan process including eligibility criteria, the documentation you must provide and how to book an appointment with Financial Services (3rd floor).
- Either pay the tuition amount in full when you receive your Student Loan funding; or
- Continue to make your scheduled payments under the CNC Payment Plan.