Wake Tech's Fall graduation ceremonies are set for 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. Saturday on Scott Northern Wake Campus. Family and friends unable to attend in person can watch the ceremonies live online.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) has to be completed each academic year in order to receive any federal and state aid, most institutional aid and most scholarships.
To ensure aid is available to charge tuition, fees and books, the FAFSA and any required paperwork should be submitted by the following Wake Tech priority deadlines:
You must be registered for courses before you can enroll in the payment plan. Pending financial aid may create a credit balance on your account and prevent enrollment in the plan.
Nelnet charges a $25 nonrefundable enrollment fee each semester you participate in the plan. The fee is added to your first payment. Once enrolled in the plan, subsequent payments are drafted automatically on the payment due date.
NOTE: Dates are subject to change without notice.
To receive a refund, Wake Tech must receive funds from the funding source by the date specified. If you are awarded a Direct Loan, you must complete entrance counseling and sign the Master Promissory Note and acknowledge the Financial Aid Terms and Conditions before funds are released. You also must be enrolled for at least six credit hours when your funds are disbursed.
If you are taking courses in a combination of sessions that include second eight- or five-week , your financial aid will in most instances be paid in two disbursements.
If a student does not claim a refund that has been issued, the disbursement will be voided and the funds returned to the appropriate federal or state agency.
SAP appeals will be reviewed according to the following tentative schedule, provided appropriate documentation is submitted along with the appeal. If additional information is needed, appeals will be reviewed in the order of the latest date submission.
*Last date to submit appeal for that term.
NOTE: A Fall appeal submitted while enrolled during the Summer term will not be reviewed until Summer grades are available. Students enrolled in Summer 2023 courses will have a decision by August 18 if they submit their appeal by August 1.