1 FINANCING YOUR EDUCATION A how-to guide for funding your college experience
2 Congratulations on your outstanding academic achievements, and welcome to the UMBC community. At UMBC, you will be part of an honors university with a strong undergraduate liberal arts and sciences focus, where faculty, students and staff are always working to excel and you can expect to be fully engaged in your education. You will find yourself immersed in a culture of success. UMBC was again recognized as the top up and coming national university by U.S. News & World Report.
3 Table of Contents 1. Financing Your Education Timeline 2. Finance Options 3. Billing and Payment Options 4. Tuition and Fees 5. UMBC Calculation Worksheet 6. Comparison Worksheet
4 SECTION 1 Financing Your Education Timeline File FAFSA January 1 *The FAFSA is a necessary component for financial aid, so file early! FAFSA Priority Deadline February 14 Maryland State Scholarship FAFSA Deadline March 1 Fall Monthly Payment Plan Begins in July Apply Online for Loans May 1 Estimated Financial Aid Awards posted to myumbc by April 1 Loan Application Priority Deadline June 26 Fall E-bills Generated August-December *Registration generates your bill. Spring Monthly Payment Plan Begins in December Spring E-bills Generated January-May *Registration generates your bill. Summer Monthly Payment Plan Begins in April
5 SECTION 2 Finance Options UMBC offers a range of financial aid and payment options so that all students may benefit from a UMBC education. Eligibility Financial aid can come in the form of grants, work, student loans, parent loans, scholarships and other awards. Admitted students who wish to be considered for maximum eligibility for need-based aid should submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online listing University of Maryland, Baltimore County s federal school code, The priority application deadline is February 14, 2015, and students should file early. The link to the FAFSA application is available through the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships Web site at First-time freshmen as well as transfer students may also visit the New Freshmen and New Transfers links on the financial aid home page for specific directions, priority deadlines, as well as additional links for financing your education. Loans Federal Perkins Loans are low-interest loans awarded to students who demonstrate exceptional financial need. Funding is limited; therefore, priority is given to students who meet the February 14 FAFSA priority deadline. For more information, visit Federal Direct Stafford Loans are the U.S. Department of Education s major form of aid for students. The Stafford Loan is borrowed by the student while attending UMBC. Students may qualify for Federal Direct Stafford Loan funds under the Direct Subsidized Stafford Loan Program, Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Program or a combination of both. For more detailed information about the Federal Direct Stafford Loan program, visit or
6 Federal Direct Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) are the U.S. Department of Education s major form of aid for parents of undergraduate dependent students. The PLUS Loan is borrowed by the parent while the student is attending UMBC. An eligible Direct PLUS Loan borrower is a dependent student s natural or adoptive father or mother or the spouse of a parent who has remarried. Lender credit approval is required. For detailed information about the Federal PLUS Loan, visit or An alternative loan is a lending institution s form of self- help for students, separate from the federal student loan programs. The U.S. Department of Education and UMBC strongly encourage eligible students to borrow Federal Direct Stafford Loans first and use the alternative loan option as a supplement. Alternative loans are borrowed by the student through private lenders (e.g. a bank, a credit union or other lender) while attending UMBC and are designed to fill the gap between financial aid already received and additional monies needed for allowable college expenses. Lender credit approval is required. Students apply online, and may select one of UMBC s preferred alternative loan lenders listed at Prepaid Tuition Plans The Maryland Prepaid Tuition Plan is a savings plan that allows parents to set aside funds to pay college tuition for their dependents. The university does not bill the tuition plan directly. Normally, once the first e-bill of the semester is available, parents print a copy of the bill and forward it to the Maryland Prepaid Tuition Plan. The Plan then sends payment to the university on behalf of the student. For more information on Maryland s plan, visit Prepaid tuition plans are available in many states and procedures for requesting payment from the tuition plan may vary. Please consult with a representative from your individual state plan for specific procedures. For more information on prepaid tuition payments and deadlines, please go to sbs.umbc.edu.
7 Internships and Employment (on- and off-campus) The Career Center offers a variety of services and programs that can help students supplement their college expenses. Internship and Employment Specialists are available to meet with students one-on-one to assist them with their job and internship search process. Part-time employment opportunities, both on- and off-site, along with internships are made available 24/7 through UMBCworks, an online jobs database which is accessible through the center s website at careers.umbc.edu. Students may also access UMBCworks through myumbc by clicking on the Jobs & Internships Topic. The center also sponsors several job fairs annually, including a Summer Job and Internship Fair in February and a Campus Jobs Fair (during Welcome Week) where campus departments recruit student assistants. Some examples of employment opportunities may include, but are not limited to, resident assistant, Technology Support Center staff, assistant web designer and office assistant. For more information, call or stop by the center, located in Math/Psychology 212. Federal Work-Study (FWS) funds are self-help aid and provide part-time employment for students with financial need. Funding is limited, therefore, priority is given to students who meet the February 14 FAFSA priority deadline. Eligible students can earn money to help pay educational expenses. FWS earnings are distributed to the student via bi-weekly paychecks from UMBC. Some examples of on-campus employment opportunities include, but are not limited to office assistant, tutor and laboratory aid. For more information regarding specific work-study job postings, visit and select the Types of Aid and Employment links.
8 Workships are another form of employment designed to assist students with the cost of room and board. Students perform various services for a department in exchange for room, board or both. Examples of departments that provide workship opportunities include Residential Life and Transportation Services. Students may inquire about workship opportunities directly through the departments. Maryland Higher Education Commission The Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) has an extensive array of financial aid programs in the form of grants, scholarships and other awards for Maryland students who want to further their education beyond high school. Merit-based financial aid is given to students who have special talents and skills or have earned good grades. Need-based financial aid is given to students who demonstrate that they have financial need. For more information, visit Tuition Remission/Waivers Regular, benefit-eligible employees within the University System of Maryland (USM) may take advantage of tuition remission for dependent children. The level of benefit depends on the hire date of the employee. Contact the Human Resources Department of your employer for more information. In addition, some companies offer tuition remission for their employees or dependents of employees. We encourage students to investigate tuition remission programs with their employer or with their parent s employer. Veterans Educational Benefits Students who served in any branch of the U.S. Armed Forces on active duty, are reservists, or are a spouse or dependent of a veteran may be eligible for educational benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs. If you believe you may be eligible for educational benefits, visit benefits.va.gov/gibill to learn more. Eligible students should contact a Veterans Educational Benefits Coordinator in the Office of the Registrar at or to begin the benefit process as a UMBC student. Additional information about receiving VA benefits at UMBC can be found at
9 SECTION 3 Billing and Payment Options Student Business Services is responsible for billing, disbursing funds, and accepting payments (Cashier s Office). The office is located on the third floor of the Administration Building. For more information, visit sbs.umbc.edu. E-billing UMBC does not mail paper statements. All students are required to review their e-bills, available through myumbc. E-billing is convenient, allowing students to view and pay their bills at any time from any location. Students receive notifications when bills are available for viewing online. Some things to keep in mind with regard to billing: Bills are triggered by registration and generated monthly. Billing is electronic (e-billing). Bills can be paid online and in person. Credit cards and personal checks are accepted online. The cashier s office accepts cash and checks. Late fees are assessed on bills not paid by the due date. E-bills do not update in real-time. To view the most up to date account information, go to myumbc > Billing & Personal Finances > Account Inquiry.
10 Monthly Payment Plan The UMBC Monthly Payment Plan (MPP) enables students to pay their allowable fall and spring semester charges on an installment basis with no interest charges. Allowable charges can be divided into a maximum of five installments depending on the date of enrollment in the plan. A nominal enrollment fee is charged each semester. For more information on the plan, please visit sbs.umbc.edu. Third Party Billing Third party billing is when a private company or governmental agency is paying for any portion of your tuition, fees or books and they are requesting that the university bill them directly. There is no standard contract that is required by the university in order to bill a company for tuition and fees. Some companies will write a letter containing all the necessary information. Other companies have a specific form that they complete and send to UMBC. Regardless of the format, companies must provide the student s name and UMBC campus card ID number, list the specific charges and semesters for which the company is paying, and ensure that the form is signed by an authorizing agent. For more information on third party billing, please visit sbs.umbc.edu.
11 SECTION 4 Tuition and Fees Estimated Costs ( )* Full-time Students Maryland Residents Fall 15 Spring 16 Tuition and fees: $5,438 $5,438 Average room: $3,490 $3,490 Average board: $2,195 $2,195 Total projected cost per semester: $11,123 $11,123 Out-of-State Students Tuition and fees: $11,895 $11,895 Average room: $3,490 $3,490 Average board: $2,195 $2,195 Total projected cost per semester: $17,580 $17,580 Total Academic Year Cost Maryland Residents $22,246 Out-of-State $35,160 Part-time Students (per credit hour) Maryland resident tuition: $329 Non-resident tuition: $864 Fees: $132 In addition to the costs listed above, students should budget approximately $1,500 per year for additional expenses such as books and transportation. * Costs are subject to change with Board of Regents approval.
12 SECTI Estimate your Financial Aid Use this worksheet to estimate the amount of financial aid you have to assist with payment of your UMBC charges for the Fall 2015/Spring 2016 academic year. STEP 1: GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS (List awards from your award letter) Pell Grant SEOG, TEACH Institutional Aid (merit and need-based scholarships and grants) State Scholarships Other (private scholarships, tuition remission, vocational rehabilitation, etc.) STEP 1: TOTAL STEP 2: LOANS (Include only if Master Promissory Note(s) and Entrance Counseling have been completed) Perkins Stafford (subsidized/unsubsidized) Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) Deduct 3% loan fees for Stafford and PLUS loans FALL SPRING STEP 3: TOTAL ESTIMATED FINANCIAL AID (Add steps 1 and 2) STEP 2: TOTAL
13 Calculate your UMBC charges This worksheet is a tool for estimating charges, financial aid and out-of-pocket expenses. You can also use the Cost Calculator located on our website at Charges listed are subject to change. STEP 4: DETERMINE YOUR ESTIMATED TUITION AND FEES Full-time Undergraduate (12+ credits) In-state $5,438/semester Out--of-state $11,895/semester Part-time Undergraduate (less than 12 credits) In-state $329/credit hour Out--of-state $864/credit hour Fees $132/credit hour STEP 5: ESTIMATED ROOM AND BOARD (Per semester) Estimated room $3,490 Estimated meal plan $2,195 STEP 4: TOTAL STEP 5: TOTAL STEP 6: TOTAL ESTIMATED UMBC CHARGES (Add steps 4 and 5) STEP 7: TOTAL ESTIMATED FINANCIAL AID (Carry over from step 3) STEP 8: ESTIMATED DIFFERENCE (Subtract step 7 from step 6) If your actual UMBC charges EXCEED your actual financial aid, you are responsible for payment of the difference. If your actual financial aid exceeds your actual UMBC charges, you will be refunded the difference. Remember to consider other expenses, including books, transportation and living costs. FALL SPRING
14 Comparison Sheet This worksheet is a tool for comparing estimated institutional charges, financial aid and out-of-pocket expenses. UMBC COLLEGE 2 COLLEGE 3 GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS Pell Grant Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG) Institutional Aid (merit and need-based scholarships and grants) State Scholarships Other (private, athletic, tuition remission, vocational rehabilitation, etc.) Loans Perkins Stafford (subsidized/unsubsidized) Parent Loans for Undergraduate Student (PLUS) Other TOTAL ESTIMATED FINANCIAL AID LINE A Tuition and Fees Room and Board Other expenses (books, transportation, etc.) TOTAL ESTIMATED CHARGES OUT OF POCKET EXPENSES LINE B LINE B - LINE A
15 Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation or 800-UMBC-4U2 Student Business Services sbs.umbc.edu Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships Office of Veterans Affairs Office of the Registrar Office of Student Financial Assistance Maryland Higher Education Commission or UMBC Department of Human Resources Career Center or careers.umbc.edu Residential Life or
16 Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships 1000 Hilltop Circle Baltimore, MD (fax) (VOICE/TTY) ( ) Like all parents, we wanted our children to attend a university that supported their educational, social and professional growth, but was also welcoming, supportive and fun. For our son Devin and daughter Layne, that place is UMBC. Both were stellar high school students and were accepted into top-notch universities all along the East Coast. After assessing all options, each independently decided UMBC was the perfect fit for them. They ve thrived and have appreciated being in an environment of like-minded students committed to securing a robust education for a successful future. They ve received fantastic support from instructors and staff; and have enjoyed outstanding residential accommodations on a safe, intimate campus. As proud UMBC alums who received excellent educations that prepared us for professional success, we are even prouder to welcome Devin ( 14) into the alumni family as Layne continues her sophomore year. Dwayne ( 87) and Lisa (Dates) Price ( 87)
The University of Vermont 2009-2010 Student Financial Services Financial Aid Handbook A Guide to Understanding Your Financial Aid Our Goal The University of Vermont Office of Student Financial Services
Understanding Your 2015 16 Luther Financial Aid Award Jan Cordell Director of Financial Aid Aaron Steffens Associate Director of Financial Aid Kathy Kerber Financial Aid Counselor Carolyn Schwendeman Financial
FINANCING YOUR EDUCATION 2014-2015 Your Guide to Financial Aid www.umuc.edu/finaid APPLY. ATTEND. ACHIEVE. Introduction to Aid The Financial Aid Office Welcomes You. Returning to school as an undergraduate
Racer Aid Murray State University Financial Aid Guide for Families Work-study provides students the opportunity to work while going to school. Numerous offices on campus offer employment opportunities.
Financial Aid Guide Adelphi University Office of Student Financial Services One South Avenue P.O. Box 701 Garden City, NY 11530-0701 Phone: 516.877.3080 Fax: 516.877.3380 For the ninth straight year, Adelphi
Financial Aid Guide 2015 2016 The University of South Dakota and the Office of Financial Aid are pleased to provide you with your financial aid award letter for the 2015 2016 academic year. Your eligibility
Financial Aid Procedures for New Students and Parents Welcome Class of 2019 General Information for full time Undergraduate Students If you have not already done so, return one signed copy of your Financial
The Financial Aid Application Process and Frequently Asked Questions Step 1 - To apply for financial aid, a student must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year. Students
23359_ch01.qxd 7/15/04 9:00 AM Page 176 176 Paying for College based grants or scholarships if the institution provides them, may decrease loans in the aid package and increase grants even at an institution
Financial Aid Award Information 2016 17 We are pleased to provide this brochure, along with your financial aid Award for the 2016 17 academic year. This booklet contains important information about your
Financial Aid Award Information 2015-2016 We are pleased to provide this brochure, along with your Financial Aid Award for the 2015-2016 academic year. This booklet contains important information about
Right fit. Right here. 2015-16 FINANCIAL AID A UNI: THE RIGHT FINANCIAL FIT One of the top 22 colleges in Iowa that provides students with the best lifetime return on investment. Affordable Colleges Online
THE SOLUTION CENTER Financial Aid Registrar Student Financial Services YOUR GUIDE TO FINANCIAL AID 2016-2017 //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// 1 The
Understanding Your Offer of Financial Aid 2015-2016 Understanding Your Offer of Financial Aid Along with your financial aid award, we are pleased to provide this guide to understanding your award as well
Glossary of Financial Aid Terms Accrued Interest --- interest that has accumulated on the unpaid balance of a loan. Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) gross income minus deductions. This figure appears on IRS
2015-2016 Your Guide To Financial Aid The Solution Center is available to assist all students regarding financial aid, registration, student records, and billing inquires. The Solution Center University
Understanding Your Offer of Financial Aid 2016-2017 Understanding Your Offer of Financial Aid Along with your fi nancial aid award, we are pleased to provide this guide to understanding your award as well
www.shawnee.edu Making College a Reality through Financial Aid Earn $1 million more! It s a fact. People who attend college and receive a bachelor s degree earn approximately $1 million more in their lifetime
Presented by: Hayato Suzuki Director of Financial Aid Types and sources of aid When and how to apply Completing the FAFSA How to recognize and avoid scams Other college financing options Determine financial
SCHOLARSHIPS AND FINANCIAL AID Scholarships and Financial Aid 259 Lynchburg College is particularly proud to be an institution that has historically welcomed the qualified and motivated student, whatever
FINANCIAL AID OFFICE OF FINANCIAL AID FINANCIAL AID POLICIES AND PROCEDURES ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR FINANCIAL AID APPEALS PROCESS COSTS OF ATTENDANCE AND BUDGETS CREDIT BALANCES ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS
Fees and Financial Aid Student Costs and Student Fees All fees and all policies governing the refund of fees are subject to change by the Board of Regents, State of Iowa. Current information on tuition,
Lewis & Clark College of Arts and Sciences Financial Aid 2013 2014 Welcome Lewis & Clark is committed to offering exceptional educational opportunities in an engaging, active, and supportive environment.
step 1: apply for financial aid Applying for Financial Aid 1. Complete the FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA). It can be found online at www.fafsa.gov. It is the only financial aid application
MILES COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS AT A GLANCE THE AWARD PROCESS 2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR 1.0 Please read the attached, most of your questions about the delivery of financial aid will be answered. 1.1 Award
NEW JERSEY CITY UNIVERSITY Guide to Financial Aid Fastfact: NJCU graduates include a fashion magazine art director, a NJ Assembly person, a police captain, a news anchor and a corporate vice president!
Racer Aid Murray State University Financial Aid Guide for Families Work-study provides students the opportunity to work while going to school. Numerous offices on campus offer employment opportunities.
Award Guide Index The Financial Aid Award Guide is a reference to help you through the process of assessing your award and planning your finances for the coming year. The resources available in this guide
APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE The Office of Financial Aid is dedicated to responding to the needs of our students. We are committed to assisting our students achieve their educational goals by providing
FOR MORE INFORMATION STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES 36 South Wabash Avenue, Suite 1200 Chicago, IL 60603 312.629.6600 312.629.6601 (fax) sfhelp.saic.edu (Q+A) email@example.com saic.edu/sfs facebook.com/saicsfs
Financial Aid at Sarah Lawrence From the Director of Financial Aid Dear Students and Parents: Perhaps the best advice any college can give to a prospective student is: Make your educational choice first,
Financial Aid Students receive funding for their educational expenses from a variety of government and institutional programs. All undergraduates accepted to academic programs taught at our residential
degrees that work. Financial Aid Handbook Contents For the latest information on financial aid, including grants loans, and scholarships, visit our website. www.pct.edu/finaid Free Application for Federal
LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY Guide to Financial Planning 2014-2015 LIU is committed to making a quality private education affordable for every student. A college education is a wise investment in your future
Your Financial Aid Journey Investing in Your Future 5 Steps to Prepare for College College Financing Options Financial Aid Terms Investing in your future Higher earnings College graduates earn more money
Rockhurst University Financial Aid Programs & Policies Rockhurst University is pleased to be able to offer a financial assistance program for students who would be unable to attend without such aid. The
Financial Aid Guide Adult Online Students Graduate Students 2012/2013 the catholic franciscan learning place BRIAR CLIFF UNIVERSITY 2012/2013 TUITION & FEES COST PER CREDIT Adult Online Degree Completion
1 Ohio Christian University Financial Aid Common Questions Q. What is Financial Aid? A. Financial Aid is any kind of money that is either given or loaned to you for a period of time that can assist you
G E T T N G S TA R T E D W T H F N A N C A L A D W E L C O M E T O S U N Y B U F FA L O S TAT E SUNY BUFFALO STATE provides access to a top-caliber education with small class sizes, personalized attention,
Summer Financial Aid Information and Application Read through the following information to help answer questions regarding your application for summer financial aid. What steps do I need to complete in
21 Financial Aid Seattle University is pleased to offer a variety of strategies and resources aimed at helping eligible students meet the costs of education. Approximately 70 percent of undergraduate students
Your financial aid and scholarship planning guide The financial aid process doesn t have to be difficult, complicated, scary, or stressful. The Saint Leo University Student Financial Services Office is
A Guide to Your Financial Aid Award >>> 2012 2013 Contents 1 3 Important Information for All Students Who to Contact How Your Award Was Determined How to Accept Your Award 3 5 How to Determine Your Bill
For Additional Information: Student Financial Aid 231 Administration Building Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, OH 43403-0114 419-372-2651 Fax: 419-372-0404 Web mail: sfa.bgsu.edu/asksfa Office
THE FINANCIAL AID PROCESS Paying for College FINANCING COLLEGE Now that you re planning to go to college, there are a lot of things to think about and many questions you need to ask. Probably the biggest
Introduction to Financial Aid: An Overview for High School Students and Parents presented by: Hayato Suzuki Director of Financial Aid Tonight s Topics Types and sources of aid How financial need is determined
FINANCIAL AID QUALIFICATIONS What are the qualifications to receive Financial Aid? In order to qualify, you must: Be accepted for admissions; Be in good academic standing; For most programs, demonstrate
FINANCIAL AID Columbia College s financial aid program exists to make education affordable for all students who qualify. The College believes that if students desire to attend college they should not be
Financial Aid Undergraduate Award Reference Guide Whitworth University Financial Aid Reference Guide as of 1/14/2015 Financial Aid Staff Contact Information. 2 Understanding Financial Aid. 3 Types of Financial
Financial Aid handbook While the responsibility to pay for college rests with each student and his/her family, there is money available to help most students and families meet college costs. Do not pay
Office of Financial Aid (OFA) Frequently Asked Questions Who should apply for Financial Aid? The USD OFA recommends that every eligible* student apply for financial aid. Even if you believe you won t qualify
Award Letter Notification of the terms and requirements of the financial aid package offered by a college. College Scholarship Service (CSS) Profile A financial aid application, in addition to the FAFSA,
Financial Aid # Financial Aid Formula # Eligible Applicants # Application Requirements and Suggested Filing Dates # Programs for Which You May Qualify # Verification of Financial Aid Data # Academic Progress
FINANCIAL AID Experience the Mercy Difference. FINANCING YOUR EDUCATION at Mercy College Congratulations on exploring the many educational options at Mercy College of Ohio! Mercy College is committed to
Scholarships and Grants More than 5,000 scholarships and grants are awarded annually to Drake University students. These scholarships include awards based on demonstrated financial need, academic achievement,
2015-16 Academic Year Financial Aid & Scholarships Office This Award Notification Guide is your resource for understanding the types of financial aid offered and action required to accept your aid award,
Standard IX Financial Aid Mission, goals and objectives The Financial Aid Office administers the student financial aid programs according to federal, state, and institutional regulations and provides monetary
Glossary Financial Aid & Student Loan Terms A Academic year A period of time schools use to measure a quantity of study. For example, a school s academic year may consist of a fall and spring semester,
University of Illinois at Springfield Office of Financial Assistance Student Guide University of Illinois at Springfield Office of Financial Assistance, University Hall, One University Plaza, MS UHB 1015
Your Guide to Financial Aid www.umassd.edu/financialaid Table of Contents 2 Determining Your Financial Aid Eligibility 4 Your Financial Aid Award 5 Grants, Scholarships & Waivers 6 Federal Work-Study &
Understanding Your Undergraduate Financial Aid Award The financial assistance administered by the M Center is governed by regulations from federal and state agencies, guidelines established by the College,
Financial Aid Consumer Information In accordance with federal regulations set forth by the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, NCE provides this Student Disclosures Schedule as means to disseminate
Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships Agenda What are we going to talk about? How to use our website How to pay for college Work-study Loans Grants & Scholarships Remaining eligible for aid Planning
2015 2016 FINANCIAL AID Handbook alverno.edu Dear Student, Welcome to the Alverno College Financial Aid Office! You will find our staff is dedicated to helping you meet the expenses associated with achieving
PomonaCollege Your Financial Aid Offer Enclosed! Financial Aid Packet Understanding Your Financial Aid Award Year 2012 13 Office of Financial Aid Pomona College 117 Alexander Hall 550 North College Avenue
2015 16 FINANCIAL AID veterinary medicine Office of Student Financial Aid The Office of Student Financial Aid (OSFA) assists veterinary medicine students whose personal and family resources are not adequate
2011-2012 FINANCIAL AID HANDBOOK for the CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 540 N Harrison Road Pleasant Gap, PA 16823 (814) 359-2582 TABLE OF CONTENTS SUBJECT Page # Financial Information
offers distinctive opportunities in higher education. Our nationally recognized, technology-based curriculum keeps the University on the leading edge of quality programs designed for today s challenges
contact us Phone: 281-283-2480 Fax: 281-283-2502 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.uhcl.edu/finaid University of Houston-Clear Lake Office of Student Financial Aid Student Services and Classroom Bldg.
FINANCIAL AID 2013-2014 I am so glad I had the opportunity to work on campus during my college experience. The department I worked in put my schoolwork first; they were very flexible and accommodated my
1ExCEllenc ExCEllence grity Accountablity Diversit Integrity lence ty WORK Rivce vice Cultivating Scholars & Leaders One by One reship Lity FISK UNIVERSITY Excellence Integrity Leadership ExCEllence ExCEllence
Your Guide to Seton Hall University s Financial Aid Congratulations on your acceptance to Seton Hall University! While this is an exciting time, we understand that it may be a confusing one as well. The
FINANCIAL AID OVERVIEW 1 FAFSA PROCESS Students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to apply for federal and some state aid www.fafsa.gov FAFSA application must be completed
1 Financial Aid Information for Students Needing to Complete The 72 Hour Requirement for Pharmacy School++ Your Financial Aid Status Any student who has not completed the 72 hour requirement in undergraduate
STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES Understanding Your Undergraduate Financial Aid Award 2015 2016 WWW.BABSON.EDU/UGRADAID TABLE OF CONTENTS Financial Aid Checklist... 1 Financial Aid Programs... 3 Financial Aid
FINANCING YOUR SLU EDUCATION AN INVESTMENT IN YOUR FUTURE INSIDE: A GUIDE TO THE FINANCIAL AID PROCESS AT SLU T HE FOUR TYPES OF FINANCIAL AID HOW TO ACCEPT YOUR AWARD FINANCIAL AID CHECKLIST AND TIMELINE
UNDERSTANDING YOUR STUDENT ACCOUNT ACADEMIC YEAR 2015 2016 New Student Checklist Now that you have confirmed your enrollment, it s time to ensure you are financially ready to start in the fall. Table of
2014-2015 Financial Aid/Veterans Handbook Welcome to Joliet Junior College.This handbook will help you understand what aid is available, your award letter and the policies of the Financial Aid/Veterans
Expenses and Student Financial Assistance 2010-2011 Sacred Heart University Graduate Catalog Expenses and Student Financial Assistance Tuition and Fees Subject to approval by the Board of Trustees (Academic
Inside: a Guide to the financial aid process at SLU the four types of financial aid How to accept your award financial aid checklist and timeline Financing your slu education Using this guide What follows
102 Financial Aid and Scholarships FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS FINANCIAL AID Columbia College s financial aid program exists to make education affordable for all students who qualify. The College believes
Your consent to our cookies if you continue to use this website.