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New payment plan offered for KCC students in Fall 2020

Kankakee Community College will begin offering a modified tuition payment plan to allow lower monthly payments and lower down payments, beginning next Fall.

The college has partnered with Nelnet Business Solutions for payment processing, offers plans based on registration date. Students who register for Fall 2020 before June 19 can make six payments, one per month from July to December, with no down payment. Students that register by July 17 also can enroll with no down payment, and will have five payments between August and December.

There is a down payment for those who enroll after Aug. 14.

Additional features of the payment plan include no interest, online enrollment and automatic payment using a credit card or bank account. There is a $25 per semester enrollment fee. Contracts can be paid off in advanced, and early payments also can be made.

KCC’s Fall 2020 semester begins Aug. 17. The college is planning a hybrid model of courses, with lecture classes online and lab courses and other “hands-on” training in-person. The college will use multiple health protocols including sanitation and physical distancing.

New students are encouraged to fill out an application at apply.kcc.edu or submit an info request to info.kcc.edu.

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