If you are looking for resources to help pay the costs of eLearning, you can look to the usual sources, such as student loans and grants and scholarships. From a funding point of view, online eLearning is treated exactly the same as on-campus programs. One of the unique sources of information about paying for college classes in North Carolina is CFNC, the College Foundation of North Carolina. CFNC is a one stop resource to planning for college and applying for student loans and scholarships. Paying for eLearning is no different than paying for courses taken on campus. Once enrolled, you will need to track your standing with the financial accounts office and registrar just as you would on campus to insure that there are no holds or restrictions on your account. Failure to properly track your standing may result in being locked out of the course management system.