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Census Date

Last day to drop a class without receiving a “W” is February 16, 2018  here!

Financial Aid

Disbursements occur twice a week through Census and weekly thereafter. For more info click here!

Payment Plans

On a payment plan? Find your due dates by visiting your student center! For more info click  here.

2018-2019 Financial Aid

2018-2019 Financial Aid Application available October 1st, 2017.  For more info click here!


Financial Aid Disbursements

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Disbursements begin one week before the semester begins. Disbursements occur twice a week through Census and weekly thereafter. If eligible, allow 2 - 3 business days after disbursement for an eRefund. Read more on Disbursements and Refunds below.

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Financial Aid Loss of Income

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The Financial Aid & Scholarships Office provides a Loss of Income Appeal process that allows students/families to address income changes in the current tax year in comparison to the tax year reported on the financial aid application. The income change may result in a revision to the Expected Family Contribution (EFC), which may affect the student's financial aid eligibility. Loss of Income Appeals are processed starting in the Fall semester.

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Financial Aid Budget Increase

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A student budget, also known as Cost of Attendance (COA), is required by federal regulations in order to determine financial need and financial aid award amounts (among other factors). The student budget is designed to provide students with a projection of reasonable costs to attend school for a nine month period. If it is determined that a student has or will exceed the COA during the academic year, adjustments to the budget may be made on a case-by-case basis with appropriate documentation. Summer sessions are excluded

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