Sponsorship Billing

A sponsorship is defined as a company or organization (third party) taking financial responsibility for a students charges and requires an invoice before payment can be made to the college. 
We prepare invoices for both Curriculum (credit classes) and  Workforce Continuing Education (non-credit classes).

Curriculum (credit classes)

If a company or organization is paying for a student's tuition and/or fees, a sponsorship agreement, authorization, or voucher will need to be received by financial services before the payment deadline, or the student will be dropped from their classes and at least one week prior to the start of the term to be effective for that semester. 

The student will complete the online application and register for classes through WebAdvisor.

Most sponsors such as NC Dept of Health and Human Services Division of services for the Blind or Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, NC Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, Florida Prepaid College Board, T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood, NC Department of Commerce Division of Workforce Solutions, Army, Air Force, and Navy Tuition Assistance, and Nonprofit Sponsorships will provide their own form.

If you are a North Carolina business sponsoring a student please download the form listed below and follow the directions on the form.

Workforce Continuing Education (non-credit classes)

If a company or agency is paying for a student's registration and/or fees, a sponsorship agreement is accepted in place of payment at the time of registration. WTCC will invoice the sponsor for charges the month after the class begins.  The student is responsible for any amounts not covered by the sponsor. If a company fails to pay for a sponsored class, the charges will become the responsibility of the student.

Sponsorship Billing Requirements:
Sponsorship agreement in the form of a letter or voucher must be submitted with the registration form at the time of registering the student to the Workforce Continuing Education Registrar's office. Email forms and questions to [email protected] or fax to 919-856-8760.

Frequently Asked Questions

When do I need to pay?

Payment will need to be made after you receive an invoice from Wake Tech. Please include the invoice number on the check.

When will I receive an invoice?

Workforce Continuing Education (non-credit classes)
We will invoice you within 30 days after the class begins.

Curriculum (credit classes)
Invoices are started after the add/drop period of the second mini-mester and typically completed by the end of the term.
 


Can I pay with a credit card?

For security reasons, we do not accept credit card payment via email, phone, or fax.  Credit card payments can be made at the Southern Wake Campus Cashier’s office in Montague Hall, or you can mail a check or money order when you receive an invoice.

Mail payments to:

Wake Technical Community College
Attn: Financial Services
9101 Fayetteville Road
Raleigh, NC  27603  


Where do I mail the payment for the invoice?

Wake Technical Community College
Attn: Financial Services
9101 Fayetteville Road
Raleigh, NC  27603
 


If the student drops before the class is completed, will the company receive a refund?

Normally refunds are not necessary because the sponsor is not billed until after the 10% point of the semester.

Workforce Continuing Education (non-credit classes)
If a refund is due the refund will be issued back to the company or agency.  
Refer to the College Catalog for the Refund Policy.

Curriculum (credit classes)
If a refund is due the refund will be issued back to the company or organization.
Please refer to the College Catalog for the Refund Policy