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Tuition Payment Plan Begins Fall 2002

submitted by Kay_Yow on Monday, May 20 at 4:42 PM

Ask and ye shall receive...well, this time at least. For years, students have been asking for a payment plan and now we have it. Beginning this fall, students and their families can make interest-free monthly installments to pay each semester's tuition and expenses.To set up the plan, go to http://www.tuitionpay.com/ncsu and sign up for N.C. State's program. For a nominal fee, students can stretch tuition payments over a 5 or 10-month period. For more information, contact the University Cashier's Office.

posted by Maugan on Monday, May 20 at 4:44 PM

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Dijital
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sweet

5/20/2002 5:56:46 PM

Seotaji
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payment plan = blech

too little, too late.

[Edited on May 20, 2002 at 8:06 PM. Reason : ha]

5/20/2002 8:05:34 PM

DaBird
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i signed up for it. sounds pretty good. hope there are no loopholes...

5/20/2002 8:49:32 PM

InsaneMan
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They should have a payment plan where you borrow $5000 more a year than ncsu costs and pay it all back after you graduate.

5/21/2002 2:56:50 AM

yosh103
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the payment plan sounds like a good idea to me. We get to hold onto our money for a bit longer instead of letting the university have it for the whole year.

5/22/2002 2:38:53 PM

InsaneMan
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Pay now or later, makes no difference to me. I still have to pay before I get a job after college.

5/25/2002 2:13:03 AM

wolftrap
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that company also claims they have the best Stafford loan deals. I think the rates are identical no matter where you go but this place will invest your 3% origination fee in some account, which sounds better than not ever seeing that money again. Anyone know if other banks can match that?

6/3/2002 12:40:48 AM

InsaneMan
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fuck those financial bastards. Because of them I have to try to get a job this summer. I get 90% of everything paid for by scholarships, but they only let me borrow the last 10%. Goddamnit I demand they let me borrow more than that. I could be going to summer school right now instead of looking for a shitty job. Its much more productive and takes the same amount of time. Fuck ncsu.

6/7/2002 6:35:13 PM

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