Will Feenix Pay My Registration Fee?
Feenix is a student programme that uses the process of fundraising in order to help students pay their studies. Are you wondering if Feenix will pay your registration fee? Here's the answer.
Have you heard of Feenix? Feenix is a crowdfunding initiative which aims to help students raise funds to pay their student debt. One question they've received is whether they'll pay student registration fees at Universities.
Feenix's answer to this was:
Unfortunately, the answer is no. You need to be registered already to create a profile on the Feenix platform so you can fundraise towards your outstanding debt.
How To Create A Profile With Feenix
- Go to the Feenix website.
- Click on 'MENU' in the top right corner
- Click on 'REGISTER
- Follow the prompts
- Upload your fee statement, a certified copy of your ID and a profile picture.
- You will also have to share an inspirational story about yourself which will help motivate people to donate to help you pay your fees
Once you're registered, your can raise funds to cover what your fee statement which could include tuition, accommodation, book allowance, meal allowance.
If something is not on your fee statement, you can't raise funds to pay for it.
All funds raised are paid directly to the University in March and again in November.
Feenix assists students with avoiding an accumulation of debt which would have brought about issues while you're pursuing your studies. They encourage you to access your community and work together to achieve students goals. Being a part of 'the middle' has students not being eligible for bursaries at time but Feenix is able to assist these students.
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