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Will my federal financial aid hold my classes?
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If you have sufficient federal financial aid before the fee payment deadline, your classes will be saved. If there is insufficient aid to cover your entire obligation, you must make up the difference on your own (you may consider the Tuition Installment Plan option).
When your aid arrives at the University, the funds will be applied first toward your University obligations (such as tuition, fees, and housing). If there are funds remaining after your obligations have been met, they will be available after the first day of classes. You can arrange to have these funds directly deposited to your bank or credit union. Otherwise, a check will be mailed to your “mailing” address listed in ACCESS. (Your mailing address can be changed in ACCESS or by contacting the Registrar’s Office or the Financial Aid Office.)
Note: Scholarship recipients should check to make sure their full tuition and fees are paid. Many scholarships do not cover fees. If payment is not completed by the fee payment deadline, you will lose your classes.
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