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Student Financial Services

Student Financial Services

 

 News and Updates:

  • Please view our office contact information here.
  • You can find information on the recently announced Student Debt Relief Plan on the Federal Student Aid website. Please check this website frequently for any updates by the U.S. Department of Education pertaining to eligibility.

    For information pertaining to your current loan balances, student loan servicer(s), or Pell grant history, please log into the Federal Student Aid Dashboard with your FSA ID and navigate to the “My Aid” section.

    Some borrowers may be able to receive relief automatically if their relevant income data is already available to the U.S. Department of Education.  If the U.S. Department of Education does not have your income data, the Administration will launch an application prior to December 31st.  If you would like to be notified by the U.S. Department of Education when the application is open, please sign up at the Department of Education subscription page.

    For any questions regarding your existing student loans, please contact your loan servicer(s) directly.

 

Fall 2022 Invoice Information

>>  View fall 2022 billing information here and helpful information about confirming your fall enrollment.

 

2022-2023 Financial Aid Checklist

>>  Students can view our financial aid checklist to make sure all of your financial aid steps are completed.

 

Check Out Our Financial Literacy Resources

>> Take advantage of our financial literacy resources today!


High Speed Internet Discount for Pell Grant Recipients

>>  College students who receive Pell Grants are now eligible for a $30 monthly discount on high-speed internet through a new program from the U.S. government.  Learn more here!

More Students May Be Eligible for SNAP Benefits Under New Change in Federal Law

>> Learn more here about a temporary expansion that includes students who are work-study eligible or who have an expected family contribution of $0 in the current academic year.