Q. What is the minimum and maximum number of classes that I need to take to participate in Peoria Promise?
A. There is no minimum number of classes to take to participate in Peoria Promise. Our chief goal is that you succeed in the classes that you take. We will gladly reimburse our students for as little as 1 credit hour and as many as 12 credit hours.
Q. When will I receive my reimbursement check?
A. At the end of each semester the staff will be contact to set up reimbursement meetings. All students must plan to attend and pick up their reimbursement check after each semester. Checks will not be automatically mailed. You can anticipate to have Fall reimbursement meetings in January and Spring reimbursement meetings in June.
Q. I feel I was wrongly denied Peoria Promise, what should I do?
A. All students who feel as though they were wrongly denied are encouraged to complete the APPEAL Process. Please complete the APPEAL document under the forms tab, and email to firstname.lastname@example.org The Board of Directors review each appeal
Q. Does Peoria Promise pay for students’ classes in advance?
A. No. Peoria Promise will reimburse students for successfully completed classes as above. Students receiving PELL funding should check with ICC to confirm they will accept anticipated PELL funding instead of requiring payment. Students not receiving PELL funding will need to pay ICC in advance using cash, credit cards, bank loans, or ICC’s payment plans. (icc.edu/admissions/paying-for-college/payment-plans/)