1 MONEY MATTERS Fall 2015 businessoffice.tamucc.edu
2 Bursar s Department Bursar The person or official in charge of monies at a Business Office Process Payments Issues Student Refunds Installment Plans Emergency Loans IRS 1098-T Tax Forms Placement & Release of Student Holds Etc college or university Accounts Receivable Exemptions Waivers Bill Third Party Sponsors Collections of Delinquent Accounts Etc Bursar s Office Tuition Rebates Withdrawal Calculation Post Bills to SAIL Etc
3 Accepted Payment Methods Online Personal Checks Credit Cards A Convenience Fee of 2.30% applies Master Card American Express Discover Cards In Person Cash Checks Converted to ACH SandDollar Card Student ID declining balance Cashier s Check or Money Order Also considered a method of Payment: Financial Aid Loans, Scholarships and Grants Third Party Sponsored Payments Debit Card Must have Pin Code
4 Guaranteed Tuition Plan Effective Fall 2014 Available for Undergraduate Resident students only Tuition and Mandatory Fees are included in the plan Excludes: course specific fees, three peat fees, excess credit hours fees, other non-mandatory fees, room and board, books and supplies, etc. Incoming students will be assigned a cohort based on when they enroll for the first time which will designated what tuition rates apply to them 4 year plan consists of 12 consecutive semesters Summer is considered one semester The Fall 2015 cohort will expire at the end of Summer 2019 Students, in this cohort, who are still enrolled in Fall 2019 in an undergraduate program will be placed in the Fall 2019 Cohort rate for the next 4 years Students who begin in Summer 2015 will be placed in summer cohorts which may be for less than 4 years if they are a transfer student.
5 Tuition and Fees Tuition and Fees are calculated based on several factors: Number of Credit Hours Residency (Resident or Nonresident) Level of Student (Undergraduate vs Graduate) Major Cohort Enrolled Courses (Course Specific Fee Lab, Field Trip, E-Line, etc ) Instructional Method (Online vs Face-to-Face) Citizenship (International vs US Citizen) Other Fees Parking Permits Transcript Fees Application fees Etc Tuition and Fee tables, as well as a list of other fees that students may be assessed based on their requests or actions, can be found on the Business Office website.
6 Know Your Payment Deadlines Fall 2015 Payment Due August 18, 2015 Payments not received by due date will be assessed a $50 late payment fee If a student is canceled for non-payment and is allowed to re-register a $100 reinstatement fee will be assessed Classes beginning August 10 th payment is due August 4 th Bills will be available mid to late July Students must have one or more of these payment options in place on or before payment due date: Paid in full Enrolled in an: Installment Plan and 1 st payment made or Emergency Tuition Loan Completed all Financial Aid Requirements First-Time Borrowers must wait 30 days for Stafford loans to be disbursed to the student s Business Office Account (Fall 2015 disbursement 09/25/15) Registration, including adding classes, on or after the payment due date Payment is due at that time Payment deadlines can be found on the Business Office website
7 Tuition and Fees Payment Options Two different payment options for students who cannot pay their tuition and fees in full, or whose financial aid does not cover in full or is not finalized by the payment due date A student can only enroll in one or the other not both payment options Installment Payment Plan Emergency Tuition Loan Books - TAMUCC also offers two options in assisting students to purchase books at the University Bookstore Emergency Book Loan Financial Aid Bookstore Billing Housing on-campus housing only Housing Payment Option
8 Installment Plans Offered Only in Fall & Spring Regular Sessions Only Not available for Summer Sessions or Minimesters Two Plans Available 4 payments (25% each payment) 3 payments (30%, 35%, 35%) $20 Enrollment fee Covers Tuition, Mandatory Fees, Course Fees and Mandatory Meal Plans only Late Payments are assessed a $25 late fee Available online only through SAIL Minimum Charges to enroll 3 payment = $130 4 payment = $180 Fall enrollment available at the end of July Fall 2015 Due Dates 3 Payments 1 st - due 08/18/15 2 nd - due 09/22/15 3 rd - due 10/20/15 4 Payments 1 st - due 08/18/15 2 nd - due 09/15/15 3 rd - due 10/06/15 4 th - due 10/27/15
9 Emergency Loans An Emergency Loan is a short term loan that a student is borrowing from the Business Office to pay Tuition, Mandatory Fees and Course Fees (will not cover Mandatory Meal Plans) The Emergency Loan is due within the term There are two types of emergency loans: Emergency Tuition Loans Emergency Book Loans A Master Promissory Note (MPN) must be on file Students enroll in a Tuition Loan online through SAIL A Book Loan Application is submitted to the Business Office A $25.00 processing fee is assessed for each loan Fall 2015 Due Dates Begin Accepting Applications & Enrollments 08/04/15 Payment Due 10/27/15 Book Loan Expires 09/23/15 Enrollment and accepting of applications begin prior to the payment due date Book Loan - max for full time student is $300 which is place on student s SandDollar ID to be utilized at the University Bookstore (In Person Only) $25 late fee per loan not paid in full by due date Funds are LIMITED and will be issued on a first come first served basis Not available for Short Term The MPN and Book Loan application can be found on the Business Office website:
10 Financial Aid Bookstore Billing This program allows qualified students to use their excess authorized financial aid at the University Bookstore to buy textbooks and school supplies during a designated time period prior to classes beginning and the disbursement of excess funds. Student must have $100 minimum excess of funds to qualify Maximum amount of $600, dependent on amount of available excess funds Amount spent at the bookstore will be placed as a charge on the student s account Student will be able to order books online and choose to pay with Financial Aid Fall 2015 Dates Primary Dates 07/30/15 08/14/15 First-Time Stafford Loan Borrowers attending Orientation 07/30/15 09/23/15
11 Meal Plans Fall 2015 Students living on campus at Miramar will be required to purchase a meal plan Gold Plan Minimum requirement for Miramar Resident Halls 14 Meals per Week $100 in Dining Dollars $1, (amount includes sales tax) Silver Plan Minimum requirement for Miramar Apartments 10 Meals per Week $250 in Dining Dollars $1, (amount includes sales tax) Platinum Plan Any student can upgrade to this plan 19 Meals per Week $50 in Dining Dollars $1, (amount includes sales tax)
12 Meal Plans Fall 2015 Meal Plans for students living in Miramar will be added to their Business Office account sometime in July based on their assigned room (Payment will be due same day as Tuition and Fees 8/18) Changes to the assigned room will affect the type of meal plan assessed to them unless they have upgraded the plan Students who are not living on campus can buy one of the meal plans or a Block Meal Plan but will be required to pay for their choice in full prior to activating the meal plan On campus students can upgrade their meal plan by going to the meal plans website Students will be able to upgrade until the first class day For more information go to the Meal Plans website: https://mealplans.tamucc.edu/ or contact the SandDollar Office at (361)
13 Housing Payment Option (HPO) This program allows qualified students to use their excess authorized financial aid to pay for on-campus housing charges prior to the disbursement of excess funds. Camden Miramar residents will select payment with Financial Aid when signing their lease electronically American Momentum Village residents will fill out a Housing Payment Option form online Student must have a $300 minimum excess funds to qualify. The full semester s rent will be paid, if available, otherwise it will pay what is left over in excess funds. Amount approved will be placed as a charge on the student s account. The approved amount will show up on the student s account with Camden Miramar as a housing advance. The approved amount may be adjusted based on activity on the student Business Office account.
14 Third Party Sponsored Billings A Third Party Billing is a payment agreement between the student, university and the student s sponsor. A Third Party Sponsor is not an individual (e.g. parent, grandparent, etc.) but a company or agency. Only Tuition and Fees can be billed to a sponsor. A student, who has an approved sponsor that will be paying, must turn in the documentation (e.g. voucher, letter, purchase order, etc ) to the Accounts Receivable Office (ARO) prior to the payment due date each semester. If the documentation is not received prior to the due date the student will need to pay to avoid late fees and/or cancellation of classes. If a student is not sure if their sponsor is an approved agency contact ARO. Most Sponsored Billings will be counted as a resource for a student s financial aid award which may require aid to be adjusted. Some Examples of Third Party Billings: Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plan Texas Tuition Promise Fund Department of Assistive Rehabilitative Services (DARS) AmeriCorps Dept. of Veteran s Affairs
15 Exemptions and Waivers Exemptions are programs authorized by state statute that allow a student to pay a reduced amount of tuition and/or fees. Waivers are programs authorized by state statute that allow a nonresident student to pay the same rate of tuition as a resident of Texas. Exemptions and Waivers will be counted as a resource for a student s financial aid award which may require aid to be adjusted. A student who is eligible for an exemption or waiver must turn in the documentation to the Accounts Receivable Office (ARO) prior to the payment due date each semester. Some exemptions and waivers approvals are sent to ARO by another university office (e.g. Hazlewood Veteran s Office, Competitive Scholarship Waiver Scholarship Office). Examples of Exemptions and Waivers: Hazlewood Exemption Blind Exemption Deaf Exemption Competitive Scholarship Waiver Foster/Residential Care Exemption Military Waiver
16 Exemptions and Waivers Requirements Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Effective Fall 2014 most Exemptions and some Waivers will have SAP requirement. Students must meet the Grade Point Average of the University Financial Aid SAP policy (http://osfa.tamucc.edu/sap.html). SAP is primarily reviewed at the end of each Spring unless the student is on probation, then it is reviewed every semester. A student SAP status can be appealed with the Financial Aid Office. Selective Service Registration (SSR) Effective Fall 2014 all Waivers and most exemptions will require the male students receiving the benefit to have registered for Selective Service. Excessive Hours Students whose total attempted hours are more than 30 hours over the required number of hours for the degree they are seeking will no longer be eligible to receive their exemption. Students who are not meeting all of the requirements for their exemption or waiver will NOT be able to use the benefit.
17 Online Features for SAIL Bill/Payment Suite E-Bills (No Bills are Mailed) Text Messaging Enroll in: Installment Plans Emergency Tuition Loan Payment History Account Detail Authorized Users Schedule Payments Save Payment Methods Automation of some notices Financial Responsibility Agreement How to get to the Bill/Payment Suite: 1. Login to SAIL 2. Click on Student 3. Click on Student Account 4. Click on Bill/Payment Suite
18 Sample Online Bill 1. Student Information If address is not correct student can update on SAIL or with the Registrar s Office 2. Bills Due Date Statement Date Charges and Payments are as of the date of the statement, changes after the statement was produced will not show until new statement is loaded to SAIL 4. Term List and Summary of Charges for Term 6. List and Summary of Payment/Credits for Term 7. Business Office Mailing Address 8. Account Balance (which includes the following) Previous Term Balance Current Term Balance Amount Due (Includes Previous and Current Term balances) Future Term Balance 7 8
19 REFUNDS A Refund is a credit balance on the account after all charges have been paid Reasons for refunds to be generated: Withdrawal from the University Dropping a class Financial Aid change (Grants, Loans, Scholarships) Overpayments & other adjustments Refunds are processed twice a week by Direct Deposit, Check or One Account A tentative refund schedule is located on the Business Office website Refunds processed in error must be returned 1st set of refunds for Fall 2015 will be release approximately August 21 st for those with credits as of 10 am on August 18 th
20 Higher One Partner Performs Refunds Higher One processes our refunds An Easy Refund Card will be sent by Higher One after a students first registration for classes. This is NOT a credit card. Please do not throw the card away. There is a $25 replacement fee for lost cards. Make sure that we have a valid billing address on SAIL, packets will be sent out to registered students at the end of July Use Easy Refund Card number to make refund preference choice or a refund cannot be disbursed ACH to student s bank Check Mailed Deposit to One Account if student chooses this banking option.
21 What to look for in the Mail!
22 Financial Aid Flow Chart Financial Aid Registration Business Office Higher One Student Receives Refund Complete FAFSA Register for Classes -Tuition Calculated Receives Refund File Direct Deposit, Accept Aid Complete All Requirements - Financial Aid Applies to Account - Refund applied to account for Excess Financial Aid Sends refunds to students based on their refund preference Check or Higher One Account - Send Refund File to Higher One
23 Drops and Withdrawals A Drop is when a student drops one or more classes but remains in at least one course. A Withdrawal is when a student withdraws from all classes and is no longer enrolled for the term. When a course is Dropped prior to the census date at the beginning of the term the student may be eligible for 100% refund of tuition and fees. When a student Withdraws from the semester, refunds are broken down into percentages at the beginning of the term. Only withdrawing prior to the beginning of the semester will give a 100% refund. Drops and Withdrawal refunds are calculated based on the amount charged, not the amount paid. Drop and Withdrawal dates are based on the length of courses, not the number of days the class meets. The calculation of those dates is determined by the Texas Higher Education Code not the university. Dropping a class or Withdrawing from the university does not release a student s financial responsibility for the balance owed. Drop and Withdrawal dates and percentages are located on the Business Office website.
24 Tuition Refund Insurance Plan Texas A&M University Corpus Christi has partnered with GradGuard to offer Undergraduate Students tuition refund insurance. Tuition Refund Insurance helps reimburse the following expenses if you can t complete classes and withdraw from the university due to an illness or injury Tuition Room and Board Books and other academic expenses Annual cost starting at $167.5o* The coverage is for Fall and Spring Deadline to sign up is August 25, 2015 For more information call (866) or go to *Pricing based on Texas $10,000 annual coverage
25 TUITION REBATE Up to a $1000 refund after graduation. Must be a Texas Resident the entire time. Student must apply for rebate last semester of school with the Registrar s Office. Must have attempted no more than 3 hours over the requirements for the degree and must have completed the degree in 4 years. Rebate will pay for: 1 Balance owed to University 2 Balance owed to any Federal Loans 3 If student does not owe either of the above, a check will be mailed.
26 IRS 1098-T Tax Form Available by January 31 st of each year Available online TAMUCC reports eligible charges to the IRS TAMUCC partners with ECSI to produce the 1098-T A student must provide the university with a Social Security Number for this process otherwise the IRS may assess a penalty How to get to your 1098-T: 1. Login to SAIL 2. Click on Student 3. Click on Student Account 4. Click on View Your 1098-T
27 Private Scholarships Turn the information or checks in to the Office of Student Financial Assistance for processing They will count towards a student s award They will not count toward the Tuition and Fees payment until they are received and posted to the student s Business Office account
28 Important Things to Know Islander.edu All communications (e-bills, reminders, past due notices, etc..) are sent to students via the university issued address Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Students must give, in writing, permission for anyone to have access to their account The Bursar Department will not be able to discuss any details on a student s account with anyone unless the student has completed the FERPA waiver form and listed the people who can have access to the student s information. The FERPA waiver form is available at the Registrar s Office Want parents or others to view or pay your E-Bill? Create an Authorized User in the Bill/Payment Suite A person set up as an Authorized User only gives them access to the student s online Business Office account. For the Authorized User to contact the university to ask questions or get information they must be listed on the FERPA waiver form. Financial Responsibility Agreement (FRA) All students are required to sign the FRA twice a year The FRA is located online in SAIL
29 Be aware of Consequences Failure to pay your account balance by the due date could result in the following: Late Fees assessed Cancellation of Classes Reinstatement Fees Holds being placed on your account no transcripts released, no future registrations and no diploma released Sent to a collection agency which will increase your balance due to collection costs (up to 30% increase) Dropping or Withdrawing from classes can affect your financial aid eligibility which can result in some or all of your aid being removed from your account and creating a balance that you will owe the university Tips for Success Be aware of deadlines Read all s from the Business Office and respond to requests as quickly as possible Review your account online on a regular basis Memorize your Student ID number Keep your addresses in SAIL up-to-date When in doubt, ask questions!
30 Contact Information Location: Student Services Center (a.k.a. Round Building) Office Hours: Monday Friday 8:00 am 5:00 pm Websites: SAIL - General Information - Phone Number: (361) , Option #5 Fax Numbers: Accounts Receivable Office - (361) Business Office - (361) Mailing Address: 6300 Ocean Drive Unit #### Accounts Receivable Unit #5767 Business Office Unit #5765 Corpus Christi TX, 78412
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