Are you looking for a way to continue your health care education or are you looking for an affordable way to change or start your career?
Capscare Academy for Healthcare Education provides a great way to increase your training in the medical field and be on your way to earning more money. We offer a wide range of training programs to help you prepare for the Florida State Board Examination, as well as degree and diploma programs.
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During Our Research our board has found that Installment Plans help students attain their goals with out the added stress of debt decades after they have attained their degrees or diplomas.
CAPSCARE Office of the Bursar and Finance
“Many colleges offer payment plans that allow you to pay your college bill over time. Here's how they work.
Deferred College Payment Plans are Like No-Interest Loans
Deferred payment plans, also known as installment plans, are a convenience to help you manage college expenses. Instead of paying your college bill for a semester or quarter at once, you pay in monthly installments. Your bill, which includes charges for tuition, and room and board if living on campus, must be paid off by the end of that academic period. Most plans do not charge interest if you pay by check or direct deposit. However, like private loans, you must have a good credit history to qualify for them.
Sign Up for Payment Deferment Well Before Classes Start
Don't show up on the first day of classes expecting to automatically qualify for an installment plan. You should discuss any payment plans as soon as possible with your college. The plan may be handled by a private company or by the college. In either case, you will usually pay a relatively small service fee. The first payment of an installment plan is normally due at registration and may be the largest. If you enroll at a college that does not offer such a plan, its financial aid office may be able to refer you to a private commercial tuition management company that does.
Beware of Extra Costs
Service fees for installment plans can run as high as nearly three percent. Some colleges charge an additional fee if you pay by credit card or pay late. To determine your college's policy, check with its bursar's office.”