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We hope you will find these resources and information helpful as you discern your financial possibilities, and do contact us if you have any questions.
By following these dates you’ll be able to purchase your books before classes begin, move into the Residence Halls, and also eat at Dining Services.
Have questions in regards to finicial aid, financial clearnance, registration and more? Find the answers on Student Financial Services' complete listing of Frequently Asked Questions.
MARCH 1 > Priority processing date.
Financial aid helps you bridge the gap between school costs and what you and your family can contribute out of pocket. There are basically two types of financial aid; financial aid that is free and financial aid that will have to be repaid at some point. The free kind comes in the form of grants and scholarships. The other kind comes in the form of loans-there are federal and alternative loans.
AUGUST 15 & DECEMBER 15> Deadline
Financial Clearance can mean different things for different students. For some students, it may mean calculating their expenses for the semester, making a payment, and/or arrangements for monthly payments. For some students, it may mean making sure that they have a completed financial aid package (all paperwork in, loans requested-entrance counseling-promissory notes signed) in place to cover their semester’s expenses. Other students (mostly MDiv) are sponsored and clearance means making sure that their sponsorship is documented in our office and reflected in Registration Central.
Financial aid makes financial clearance possible. Financial clearance can be completed only after your financial aid package is completed. If a student does not have a completed financial aid package, Registration Central will not allow the student to financially clear until these financial aid requirements are completed.