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Student Support Needed for Tuition Payment Plan

submitted by Nrallen on Monday, November 26 at 12:27 PM

This Wednesday, the Student Senate will consider Resolution 57, which would call for the implementation of a tuition payment plan. Right now, students have to pay their tuition in a lump sum at the Cashier's Office. Under the payment plan, students would be able to extend their payments over a six month period. Currently, 14 of the 16 schools in the UNC system have a tuition payment plan.

The Cashier's Office and the Office of Financial Aid were trying to implement this program for the Spring semester, but ran into some road blocks with the upper levels of the administration. We need to show student support for the creation of a tuition payment plan, so that it can be in place in time for the 2002-2003 academic year.

Read the resolution that is pending before the Senate:

Find your senator and tell him/her to support Resolution 57:

Would your group/organization like to become a signatory on Resolution 57 (which would basically show your support for the bill)? Or if you want me to talk to you about it or visit your organization?
Contact me at neduggin@unity.ncsu.edu or drop me a WW email

posted by scud on Monday, November 26 at 9:18 PM

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Nrallen
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To make things easy for you, here is my email, just copy and paste and fill in the appropriate names

Dear ___________,

I am writing to you to encourage you to vote in support of Resolution 57. http://www.cgibin.ncsu.edu/stud_govt-bin/senate/bills/billshow.pl?lid=57&s=01
I hope you can understand why being able to spread out the costs of tuition over a six month period can be very helpful for a student. This semester I had a friend who had to take this semester off because he did not have the full amount at the beginning of the semester. Had this plan been intact, he would have been able to attend this semester by stretching the payments over the time period.
Although the Cashiers office and the Office of Financial Aid previously tried to implement this plan for the 2002 spring semester, it was halted by the uppers in the university. It is very important to show the administration that this payment plan would be very beneficial to the students of North Carolina State.

Thank You,
_____________

11/26/2001 10:00:09 PM

spaced guy
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thats cool, i'll support it. but i know my senator, so i'll just tell him when i see him in class wednesday morning.
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11/27/2001 1:08:32 AM

KG
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Word

11/27/2001 4:39:35 PM

Special K
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KG, even with my explanation, you still haven't managed to post in the message boards??

http://www.brentroad.com/message.aspx Branch out of the story section yo!

11/27/2001 11:10:31 PM

jackleg
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thats a pretty good plan there

11/29/2001 8:04:32 AM

KG
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...but I like it here.

11/29/2001 7:48:37 PM

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