Financial Aid News and Updates
Financial Aid Information for Fall 2017
View Your Award/Check your Status
Students may access their financial aid awards and/or any outstanding requirements by accessing the link to “Financial Aid Self Service” from WebAdvisor. Get detailed instructions to check your status.
Students that do not have Financial Aid posted to their account must either pay out of pocket or they may set up a Tuition Payment Plan.
Last day to pay for Early Registration: July 31st
Last day to pay for On-Campus Registration: August 9th
Financial Aid and/or VA Enrollment Status
Any courses that do not count toward a student’s current program of study will not be used to determine enrollment status for Financial Aid and/or VA unless they are eligible remedial courses.
Book Loan Information
We will start processing Book Emergency Loans beginning on July 24th. Students needing a Book Emergency Loan must have applied for Financial Aid and be in good standing as far as their Satisfactory Academic Progress (2.0 GPA and have passed 67% of classes taken). Students must have already registered and must have submitted all requested documents before they come to Financial Aid. The Datatel system will not allow us to process an emergency loan until the student has registered and the student's tuition payment has been covered.
Students with Book Emergency Loans can begin charging books on the same dates as all other Financial Aid students. See Below.
Charging Books in the Bookstore
All Financial Aid Students and/or Sponsored Students (including those that completed Early Registration) may charge books against their Financial Aid in the Bookstore on the following dates:
August 7th – August 24th: During Normal Bookstore Hours
August 24th is the last day to charge Books against your Financial Aid
Student ID is required.
Class Schedules can be printed from WebAdvisor
Important: Out of stock books must be pre-charged against your Financial Aid on the last two days to charge August 23rd – 24th. A charge slip must be completed. There will be NO book charges after August 24th (no exceptions).
Financial Aid Disbursements and Refunds
Fall 2017 Financial Aid payments will be based on enrollment at the 10% point of the semester (August 24th). Refunds will be available beginning on September 25th. Financial Aid payments for any course that does not start at the beginning of the semester will not be paid out until after the course has started and attendance has been verified. There will be no in-person pick up for refunds.
You should be receiving your Refund Selection Kit from BankMobile in the mail, if you have not already received one. Disbursement of Funds will depend on the preference you select. Please go to www.RefundSelection.com once you receive your card in the mail to select your refund preference, if you have not already done so. You may contact the Business Office, if you have questions regarding your refund options.
Important Note for Financial Aid Students and/or Sponsored Students regardless of
when you register for classes:
Students who have Financial Aid posted to their account do not need to report to the Business Office unless they are also sponsored students ( WIA, VA, VR, VOC REH, etc.) that have not already submitted a written authorization to the Business Office. Students with authorization forms from sponsors (WIA, VA, VOC REH, ESC, etc.) are required to turn forms in to the Business Office at least one business day prior to charging items in the bookstore. A student ID and a copy of their schedule is required to go to the bookstore. August 24th will be the last day to charge books.
Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeals
SAP APPEALS for Fall 2017 are due by:
July 19th at noon for regular Registration students.
**SAP Appeal Committee meets July 24th. If appeal is denied, must pay by July 31st (Last day to pay).
August 8th at noon for late Registration students.
**Classes will be held until the SAP Appeal Committee meets August 14th. If appeal is denied, must pay by August 18th.
Denial/Approval of Appeal
If Appeal is denied, the student must pay any outstanding balance to the Business Office by the dates listed above. If the student disagrees with the decision, he/she may appeal in writing to the Vice President of Student Services.
If an appeal is approved, the student will be on academic probation and must go on an academic plan.
**SAP Appeal Committee will continue to meet the last Monday of the month starting in September 2017.**