Financial Responsibilities

Registrationfor classes creates a financial obligation for adult students whichincludes items such as fees, tuition, textbooks, and supplies.  A fewthings to keep in mind:
  • Students are expected to have made the necessary financial arrangements prior to enrolling for classes.
  • Students receiving financial aid must submit all required documents to the Financial Aid Consultant.
  • All State and Federal regulations governing financial aid must be met in order to qualify for financial aid.
  • Students who will receive financial aid must have documentation to verify pending receipt of this when registering for class.
  • If a student does not qualify for financial aid, or if there is a balance after financial aid is applied to their account, the student must accept and meet their financial obligation in a timely manner.
  • Students who fail to make arrangements in advance of the semester are responsible for making all payments due while their financial aid application is in progress.
  • Bills are mailed to the billing address on file with the school office.  It is the student's responsibility to keep all addresses updated with the main office.
  • Not receiving a bill is not an acceptable reason for not making a payment when due, therefore you are required to contact the office if you do not receive your bill.
  • Adult students who require additional hours to complete a program will be responsible to make payments of $3.50 for each additional hour.
  • Any student who has an outstanding balance will be responsible for any additional cost associated with the collection of that balance.  This includes, but is not limited to, collection agency fees, litigation costs, attorney fees, etc.
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Use the navigation panel on the left to explore more about financing your education at the Cabell County Career Technology Center.  You can also contact us with any questions.

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