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Workforce Development courses can use payment plan for the first time

​TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (November 6, 2013) – For the first time at Tallahassee Community College, Workforce Development students enrolling in certain courses will be able to use TCC’s payment plan to break up tuition costs across multiple months—giving students additional flexibility when selecting classes and paying for training.

TCC partners with Nelnet Business Solutions to offer its students a payment plan that allows them to spread the cost of tuition over 2 to 3 months. Traditionally, this option was for students enrolled in for-credit programs such as TCC’s A.A. degree program for university transfer. However, starting Spring 2014, certain Workforce Development programs in construction, information technology and manufacturing will also be eligible.

The eligible Spring 2014 Workforce Development courses include:

  • Welding
  • ASP.Net Programming
  • Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining Operator
  • Electronic Systems Associate
  • Mastercam
  • Quality Improvement Associate
  • Surface to Mount Technician
Two deadlines for enrolling in the payment plan are upcoming. Students who enroll by November 8, 2013 can break their tuition into three payments across November, December and January. Those who enroll between November 8 and December 3, 2013 can break tuition into two payments across December and January.
For additional payment plan information—for both degree/certificate students and Workforce Development students—including information on down payments, enrollment fees and more, visit Nelnet’s For more information on the eligible Workforce Development courses and other payment options, visit
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