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Goldey-Beacom College Annual Payment Plan

The Goldey-Beacom College Annual Payment Annual Payment Plan is a budget program for parents and students. This plan allows parents and students to budget tuition, student service fee and technology fees, residence hall charges, student health insurance and books. Parents and students are eligible for the annual payment plan if no outstanding debt is owed to the College, and if previous payments were made according to established plans. Additional information regarding the annual payment plan can be obtained by contacting the College's Business Office at (302) 225-6268 or business@gbc.edu.

Goldey-Beacom College Semester Payment Plan

The College offers to its parents and students a Semester Payment Plan. This plan allows parents and students to split their semester charges, including tuition, student service and technology fees, residence hall charges, student health insurance, and books into payments. Parents and students are eligible for the payment plan if no outstanding debt is owed to the College, and if no previous payments were made according to established plans. Contact the College's Business Office at (302) 225-6268 or business@gbc.edu for further information.

Family Tuition Savings Plan (FTSP)

A special tuition savings is available to families in which two or more members of the immediate family (husband, wife, tax-dependent children) are enrolled concurrently at Goldey-Beacom College in a degree program. The tuition credit is approximately a ten percent tuition savings and is applicable for all semesters. Applications for the Family Tuition Savings Plan are available in the Financial Aid/Advisement Office. If necessary, a copy of the IRS 1040 form must also be furnished.

Employment Opportunities

To help offset educational costs, a student may want to consider part-time employment with a business in the local area. The College offers an Internship Program through which students may earn academic credit for work experience provided the student meets all College academic criteria. Contact the Careers Services Office for assistance.

Private Education Loans

Private Education Loans, also called Alternative Education Loans, assist students and families with schooling expenses after all other federal financial aid options have been exhausted. Goldey-Beacom College does not offer a private education loan to its students nor does it recommend or endorse any lenders or their products. According to Section 128(e)(3) of the Truth in Lending Act, a lender must obtain a self-certification signed by the applicant before disbursing a private education loan. Goldey-Beacom College is committed to providing students and their families with the best information and processing alternatives regarding student borrowing and adheres to a Student Loan Code of Conduct.