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Tue 21

No Curriculum Classes

November 21 - November 22
Wed 22

No Continuing Education Classes

November 22 @ 5:00 pm
Thu 23

College Closed

November 23
Thu 23

Thanksgiving Holiday

November 23
Fri 24

College Closed

November 24

In-House Loans

In-House Loans 2017-10-03T10:52:14+00:00

Half Tuition Loans

Each semester, WCC offers a limited amount of funding to help offset up-front tuition costs for students. This funding is offered on a first-come, first-serve basis only.

Who is eligible?
Any curriculum student who is not currently eligible for federal financial aid assistance can apply for the half-tuition loan.

How does it work?
Once the student has registered for their courses, they will visit Kate Kehayes, F100a, in the Student Development office. The loan paperwork will be completed based on the current tuition charges, and the student will be responsible for paying half of their tuition and all applicable fees by the regular tuition due date.

The student will then have an extended period to repay the remaining balance of their tuition, typically two weeks prior to early registration for the next semester.

Please note: Half-tuition loan paperwork cannot be completed until the student is actively registered for classes.

What if I can’t come in to campus?
Half-tuition loan paperwork may be completed via student email. Email Kate Kehayes at kk2334@wilsoncc.edu, to request loan paperwork via email. The student will need to print, sign, and return the paperwork along with a photo id for verification purposes. Funds are not guaranteed until paperwork has been completed and returned.

Email requests are available during Early Registration only.

All requests during Regular Registration must be completed in person at the Student Development office, F100.

Will I have to pay interest on the half-tuition loan?
There is no interest charged on the half-tuition loan, the loan is similar to a payment plan rather than a traditional loan. Some loans do have a $5.00 processing fee, this will be clearly noted on the loan paperwork.

Emergency Loans

Each semester, WCC offers a limited amount of funding to assist with unexpected emergencies for students. This funding is offered on a first-come, first-serve basis only. The maximum loan amount per student is $250.00.

Who is eligible?
Any curriculum student can apply for the emergency loan. The emergency must directly relate to the students’ ability to attend the college.

How does it work?
Emergency loan funding becomes available after the last day to charge textbooks to financial aid in the bookstore. This date will be published on the WCC website each semester.

Starting on this date, the student may contact Kate Kehayes, kk2334@wilsoncc.edu to see if their situation may be considered for emergency loan funding. They should then bring any supporting document to Kate Kehayes, F100a, in the Student Development office. The loan paperwork will be completed based on the supporting documentation, for a maximum of $250.00.

Funds will be distributed by the Cashier’s Office. The loan amount will be due back 30 days after it is awarded. The student should see the Cashier, located in F101, to pay any outstanding balances.

Will I have to pay interest on the emergency loan?
There is no interest charged on the emergency loan. Some loans do have a $5.00 processing fee, this will be clearly noted on the loan paperwork.

Textbook Loans

Each semester, WCC offers a limited amount of funding to help offset up-front textbook costs for students. This funding is offered on a first-come, first-serve basis only. The maximum textbook loan amount per student is $250.00.

Who is eligible?
Any curriculum student who is not currently eligible for federal financial aid assistance can apply for the textbook loan.

How does it work?
Textbook loan funding becomes available on the first day to charge textbooks to financial aid in the bookstore. This date will be published on the WCC website each semester.

Starting on this date, the student may visit the bookstore and obtain a quote for their textbooks.

They should then bring their quote to Kate Kehayes, F100a, in the Student Development office. The loan paperwork will be completed based on the quote, for a maximum of $250.00. The amount will be credited to the student’s account and can be used to purchase textbooks at the WCC bookstore only.

The loan amount will be due 30 days after it is awarded. The student should see the Cashier, located in F101, to pay any outstanding balances.

All textbook loan requests must be completed in person at the Student Development office, F100.

Will I have to pay interest on the textbook loan?
There is no interest charged on the textbook loan, but there is a $5.00 processing fee which will be clearly noted on the loan paperwork.

For more information contact:

Kate Kehayes
Student Development/Educational Support Counselor
(252) 246-1283
kk2334@wilsoncc.edu
Office: F100d