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Monthly tuition payments...did ne1 get this info?

halfof8is3halfof8is3 10 replies15 threads New Member
edited July 2008 in Elon University
Just got a letter about being able to pay tuition monthly through Sallie Mae. It looks like it came from Elon and is signed(a copied sig.) by Jay Harper. I'm going to call the bursars office on Monday just to check. Sounds like a good deal (interest free). Ne1 else get this? What are your thoughts?
edited July 2008
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  • lderochilderochi 1968 replies67 threads Senior Member
    S got an e-mail, but not a letter. It's becoming more common at colleges as the tuition goes up. It just amounts to an interest-free 10 month loan. I can't recall what the sign-up fee was.
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  • lderochilderochi 1968 replies67 threads Senior Member
    Just FYI, if you're thinking about putting the installments on a credit card, this is NOT "interest free", there's a 2-3% credit card fee per payment.
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