The Chattahoochee Tech Foundation raised nearly $20,000 at its inaugural “Walk Through Woodstock” 0.4K held Saturday morning, June 12. “We’re thrilled with the success of this event,” said Chattahoochee Tech
We have students who have generous employers or other outside agencies like Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act [WIOA], Veterans’ Administration, Bright from the Start, etc. (third-parties) that assist with paying tuition and/or fees. In most cases, the employer or agency will provide the student with a voucher or ‘promise to pay.’ That document, e-mail, or other ‘promise to pay’ information, should be sent to Cashier@ChattahoocheeTech.edu. The Student Accounts Office will enter this information so that a student is not dropped for non-payment on scheduled payment deadlines. Students may also submit that same paperwork to the Student Accounts Office (cashier) on any campus.
A 529 plan is a tax-advantaged savings plan designed to encourage saving for future education costs. 529 plans, legally known as “qualified tuition plans,” are sponsored by states, state agencies, or educational institutions and are authorized by Section 529 of the Internal Revenue Code.
Payments coming to the college from 529 plans generally come in the form of a check. The check can be mailed or hand-delivered to any campus location where a Student Accounts Office exists. Please communicate with your 529 plan provider to ensure funds are received before the payment deadline. Students with account balances at the time of payment deadline will have their schedule for the semester deleted. Proof of postmark or verification of funds’ withdrawal will not satisfy the requirements of payment deadlines. Funds must be received by the college and posted to the student’s Banner account.
Once funds are received and posted the student’s account, a receipt will be mailed from Student Accounts. During the refunding period, any credit balances will be generated to the student via his or her BankMobile refund selection. Funds sent to the college from 529 Plans will be directly credited for tuition and any fees. If the account holder has withdrawn funds to cover expected bookstore expenses, please know that the bookstore is operated by an outside, contracted vendor. The student will need to purchase books/supplies using his or her own money or other resources. Any credit balances from the 529 Plan payment will be refunded but not in time for bookstore purchases.