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Loans & Payment Options

Several loan programs and payment options are available based on parent/student needs and eligibility. Contact the Admissions and Financial Aid office at 828.884.8332 for help finding the most suitable plan for you.

Private Student Loans

Students obtain private Student Loans through a Lender on their own behalf. Students can use any lender of their choice.

Alternative loans are credit-based loans available to students. These loans are available to credit-worthy students, but in most instances, students would need to have a credit-worthy co-signera in order to borrow. Contact the Financial Aid Office at or call 828.884.8332 for more information.

Payment Options

We offer an interest-free 9 or 10-month annual payment plan through Tuition Management Systems (TMS) for a nominal enrollment fee. Click on the link below or call 1-800-356-8329 for more information.

Methods of Payment

Phone - Please call 828.884.8020 and pay with your credit/debit card.

Set up a Tuition Management Systems Payment Plan.

Check - Please make out your check to Brevard College and send to: 

Brevard College 
1 Brevard College Drive
Brevard, NC 28712

Financial Aid Appeals

Financial Aid Appeals provides you and your family with a way to notify the Financial Aid Office of challenges that you may face with regards to paying for college. Click the button below in order to get additional information on how you can submit a Financial Aid Appeal.

Net Price Calculator

The only way to determine your total costs and awards of attendance at Brevard is to meet with Financial Aid. Visit campus to schedule a one-on-one meeting with our Financial Aid staff.  Our net price calculator tool (below) is designed to estimate your total cost of attendance at Brevard College. While the Net Price Calculator will give you an idea of your costs, it does not indicate a final determination or actual award.


Please contact the Financial Aid or Business and Finance Office at 828.884.8332 or contact an individual below.


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