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Welcome to the Business Office

Awarded financial aid may be applied to the tuition cost. In the event there is not enough financial aid to cover the tuition cost, the student must pay the balance by the due date.

Any balance of award not used for tuition may be used in the FDTC Bookstore to purchase books and supplies.

Funds not used to offset book and tuition charges will be disbursed to the student. Financial Aid refunds will be issued via Bank Mobile.

Student Account Contact Information

Sponsors

Michelle White | 843.661.8315

Refunds/Scholarships

Wendy Townsend | 843.661.8310

Billing Inquiries

Teresa Benjamin | 843.661.8308

Juanita Schemel | 843.661.8307

General Inquiries

BusinessOfficeAR@fdtc.edu | 843.661.8311

When is Tuition Due?

Spring 2024 tution is due on or before Monday, Dec. 4, 2023.

Unpaid tuition by the due date will result in a $100 late fee and courses may be purged.

Save Yourself Time & Pay Online

Go to: my.fdtc.edu (log in with firstname.lastname@fdtc.edu and password) then click on:

  • Student Finance
  • Account Activity
  • Make a payment or create a payment plan

Business Office Payment Plan

Spring 2024 tuition is due December 4, 2023. Beginning Nov. 20 until March 5, 2024 payment plans may be set up:

  • $30 setup fee
  • Online through my.fdtc.edu for the 15-week, 1st 8 week sessions are available to set up online.

Payment Plan Due Dates

15 Week - First 8-Week – 12 Week Only

1st Payment Plan: Monday, February 12, 2024
2nd Payment Plan: Tuesday, March 12, 2024

2nd 8-Weeks are processed in the Business Office Only

1st Payment Plan: Monday, March 25, 2024
2nd Payment Plan: Thursday, April 25, 2024

Withdrawal and Return of Funds Policy

If a student completely withdrawals from all classes before completing 60% of the semester, he/she will be required to return the portion of Federal grants and/or loans that was not earned to FDTC and/or the Department of Education.  The Return of Federal Funds Regulations only involves students receiving federal financial aid or loans that completely withdraw from all classes, not those that drop a course.  The following programs are adjusted:

  • Pell Grant (Pell)
  • Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (SEOG)
  • Stafford Loans.

After the student completes 60% of the term, the U.S. Department of Education considers the student and the College to have earned all the financial aid or loans paid for the semester.

Any student considering completely withdrawing should come by the Financial Aid Center in the 5000 Building to find out about the return of Federal Funds before starting the withdrawal process.


 

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