In today's world, a good education is vital, and lack of funds should not prevent you from getting one. Forsyth Tech will work with you to achieve an affordable education. And best of all, the education you will get will be just as good as one costing thousands of dollars more. That's why Forsyth Tech is the best educational value around.
Explore Forsyth Tech's many need-based, merit-based and program-specific scholarships. Then apply for financial aid.
Be aware of payment deadlines when paying online!
- Early Registration Payment Deadline: July 15th by Noon
- Next Registration Payment Deadline: If you register between July 17th and 18th you have to pay by August 9th Noon
- Late Registration Payment Deadline: If you register between August 14th and August 15th you have to pay by August 16th at 12:00 Noon
Drop/Add Payment Deadlines:
- When doing drop/add on August 19th and August 20th you have to pay before August 20th, by 7:00 PM
Please note if you pay via online through Nelnet your refund may be processed at a later date. Wire payments are received periodically and refunds will be processed as time allows. Payment Plans cannot be terminated or altered due to Financial Aid awarding.
|Forsyth Tech is pleased to offer Payment Plan (Nelnet), a service that allows you to pay your tuition in full or through convenient monthly payments. The Payment Plan is not offered during the Summer Semester but, you can still pay in full online by selecting the button to the left. This payment method is for curriculum students only. In order to participate in the payment plan method, you must be registered for a minimum of 6 credit hours.|
|Forsyth Tech also offers MyPaymentPlan, a service that enables you to view the current status of your tuition account with FACTS Management Company. Your account is password protected and the data is encrypted as it is transmitted to you. (for curriculum students only)|
Senior Citizen Waiver Information:
In numbered memos CC10-025 and CC10-046, G.S. 115D-5(b)(11) the state authorizes the waiver of up to six credit hours of credit (curriculum) instruction and one course of noncredit instruction per academic semester for legal residents of North Carolina age 65 or older. If a senior citizen receives a waiver for a class and then subsequently drops the course after the first day of class, the waiver is considered used and cannot be applied to another course.