Fee Concession Application

Fee Concession Application Letter with Samples

There are a lot of students who are unable to pay their school fees due to one reason or another. Their family income may be too low, they may be going through a financial lurch or there may be an unfortunate event in the family that leaves them in a hand to mouth situation. If such students are good at their studies, they can ask for a fee concession from their school’s authorities. 

Every school wants to retain high performing students and the principals usually do not want to let brilliant students go just because they can’t pay their tuition fee for some period of time. If such students ask for a fee discount or waiver, they most likely get one. But the trick is to devise an application letter that is compelling enough. 

Don’t worry; we are here to provide you just that. Some rules and samples for writing a fee concession application letter will get you through this dilemma. Scroll down to find out what you need to know about writing applications for fee discounts.

Format of Fee Concession Application Letter:

Fee discount applications, much like any other application, follow the same pattern. You should take care of the general method of writing an application, plus, you should address the opposite party with respect and humbleness. State your reasons for asking for a fee discount in the most elaborate way possible, but, do not delve into unnecessary details. Don’t go off-topic, as it will only scare away your principal or concerned party. 

Take a look at the samples below to get the hang of writing an application for fee concession. These samples are available for free so you can edit them for your own use as well.

Fee Concession Samples No 1:

To,
The Principal,
Abc School,
Nashville, Tennessee.

Subject: Request for a fee Concession.

Respected Principal,

With all due respect and honor, I beg to state that I belong to a lower-middle-class family. My father’s income is very low and that is why I and my brother are doing part-time odd jobs to feed our younger siblings. My mother has recently been diagnosed with cancer. With the added expense of paying for her hospital bills and medicines, I am unable to pay my school fee any longer. Our family already doesn’t have enough resources at our disposal and with my mother being ill; I will have to drop out of school because I do not have enough money to pay the fee.

Therefore, it is my humble request from you to please give me a fee concession. I am a hardworking student who has an excellent academic record to back this kind of request. I will never forget this generosity of yours.

Thanking you,
Yours truly,
Xyz.
Dated:

School Fee Discount Sample No 2:

To,
The Principal,
Abc School,
Nashville, Tennessee.

Respected Sir/Madam,

Most respectfully, I am writing this to ask for a fee discount. My father’s income was already barely making the ends meet and he has caught renal problems due to which he has become bedridden. He is no longer able to work. I have started working part-time at a restaurant and I also work on-campus as a teaching assistant. I have six stomachs to feed and in the middle of all that I am finding it impossible to pay my school dues.

Kindly consider giving me a fee discount so that I can continue my studies at your prestigious institution without any interruption. I will not take your kindness for granted and will not let you down.

Yours Sincerely,
Yours truly,
Xyz.
Dated:

Yousaf Saeed (Scholarship Winner)

Yousaf is one of our guest writers and the winner of 3 prestigious international scholarships abroad. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Engineering and enjoys writing on topics that guide young talent to explore foreign opportunities. Yousaf is also a successful entrepreneur, an independent mentor, educational, and academic researcher. His writing inspires and motivates students to pursue their academic dreams as he instills that motivation that helps students to fly abroad for further studies.

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