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Money Matters: Financial Aid Process

University Scholarships & Financial Aid Services (USFAS

)

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Agenda

Applying for Financial

Aid

Online Services

Deferments & Bookstore Advance Purchase Program

How

Enrollment Decisions Affect Financial

Aid

Satisfactory Academic Progress

Financial

Education@USF

Next Steps

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Applying For Financial Aid

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Do We Have Your Free Application for Federal

Student Aid (FAFSA

)?

When

do you start at USF?

Complete

this FAFSA:

Summer 20152014-2015 & 2015-2016Fall 20152015-2016

Apply at www.fafsa.govIf you filed a FAFSA at your prior school, add our school code to your FAFSA: 001537

Which FAFSA is needed?

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Online Services Available

For Students

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www.usf.edu/financial-aid

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www.usf.edu/oasis

Online Access Student Information System

(OASIS) Answers questions about your financial aid 24/7!

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You Can Use OASIS To:

Check for unsatisfied requirements

Check for deferments

Check Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

View and accept financial aid awards

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Financial Aid Main Menu

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Understand the Terms and Conditions

What are they?

Requirements you

must

meet in order to remain eligible for financial aid

Why do you need to know this?

Before grant, loan or work study funds can

be paid, you are required to READ and ACCEPT the Terms & Conditions in OASIS every yearDoes this apply to my scholarship(s)? Certain scholarship awards have separate terms and conditions which must also be accepted before these funds can be paid10

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How Do I Accept the Terms & Conditions in

OASIS?

Go

to ‘My Award & Loan Information’

Click

the ‘Terms &

Conditions’ tab

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Report Funds From Other Sources

Will you be receiving money from another source?

Notify us immediately by going to the ‘My Award & Loan Information’ link in OASIS

Click ‘Resources/Additional Information’ tab

Enter the fund name and amount

Why should I report this?

Financial aid

may be reduced if you receive aid that is not listed on your award noticeBright Futures and Florida Pre-Paid do not have to be reported

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Use Our Cost Calculator to Help Budget Your Costs!

What is

the

Cost Calculator?

Estimates your bill before payments are due

Why should I use the Cost Calculator?

The Cashier’s Office does not send bills

How much will my bill be?Online version: Go to www.usf.edu/financial-aid Under ‘Get Started’, click on the ‘Cost Calculators’ linkDo I have to do all the math?Nope! Just enter all of your costs and let the calculator do the rest!

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Understanding & Paying Your B

ill

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When is tuition due? At the end of the

fifth day of classes

each term for all students

When will financial aid be paid?

Financial aid is paid on the

sixth day of classes

after enrollment is confirmed

What happens if I do not pay on time? Your enrollment will be cancelled unless you have a tuition deferment Reinstatement into classes after cancellation requires tuition and late fees to be paid in full by you. Financial aid cannot be used unless you are enrolled in classesHow Your Bill Is Paid

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The amount of my financial aid is more than my bill.If there are excess funds remaining, funds will be refunded to you during the second week of classes by:

E-Deposit: Sign up through OASIS

Net Check: Mailed to

the local address on file in OASIS

I don’t have enough financial aid to cover my whole bill.

If there is a remaining balance, until it is paid, holds will be placed on the your account which will prevent:

Future registration

Receipt of TranscriptsReceipt of DegreePaying Your Bill Using Financial Aid

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Tuition & Fee Deferments

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What Is A Tuition Deferment?

A tuition

deferment prevents cancellation of registration for non-payment of fees, and temporarily prevents assessment of late payment

fees

Tuition not paid by the deferment payment date will be assessed a late payment fee and have a cash collection hold placed on the student account by the

University Controller’s Office (UCO)

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TermTuition Payment Date

Deferment Payment DateSummer A/CMay 15th July 17th Summer BJuly 6th July 17th Fall August 28th October 23rd

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How Do I Receive

a Tuition Deferment?

Automatically posted on OASIS if

you:

Have scholarships

(including Bright Futures) listed on your OASIS account

OR:

Have a FAFSA on file at USF 10 business days before classes begin;Are enrolled in at least 6 undergraduate USF credit hours; andAre meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirementsCheck OASIS before classes begin each semester!

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Bookstore Advance

Purchase Program (

BAPP

)

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The Basics of BAPP

What is the BAPP?

Allows eligible students to purchase textbooks & supplies (at a USF campus bookstore)

prior

to the first day of classes

using financial aid

before it is

paid. The amount you spend posts as a charge to your USF student account. After your financial aid is paid, it will be applied to the charge How do students qualify for BAPP?Be enrolled at least half-time (6 credits) in USF hours; andHave financial aid that is at least $100 (maximum $600 for fall and spring, $300 for summer) more than the billWhere do students see if they qualify?Check ‘My Requirements, Deferments and Bookstore Authorizations’ in

OASISWe will also email you if you qualifyWhat if students don’t use the BAPP?No bookstore charge will appear on the student’s account and the student will receive the “unspent” BAPP as part of their refund

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Understanding How Enrollment Decisions Affect Your Financial Aid

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Dropping courses:Repaying Bright Futures for dropped coursesIncreases the number of attempted credit hours

Excess

credit hours:

Paying excess hours

charges

for credit hours attempted over 132

Reaching the 120 credit hour limit on Bright FuturesRepeated courses:Repeat course surcharges if the same course is taken for a third timeSome financial aid programs will not fund courses that are repeatedStudents must pay attention to the Terms & Conditions they accepted in OASIS to keep each type of aid program!

Impact of Enrollment Decisions23

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Did you know that….

every semester a student extends their enrollment, they will be adding about

$10,500

to the cost of their degree?

…if a student withdraws from one 3 hour course each semester, they will have to enroll for at least one more year at a cost of

$21,000

?…in addition to the cost of the degree, the student will lose estimated wages of $48,707 per year (median income for 2014 college graduates per the National Association of Colleges and Employers)?…if a student complete two-thirds or less of the courses attempted, it will take two additional years to graduate and two years of lost wages?  The price tag:  $139,414!Make sure you understand

the financial implications before dropping a class!

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SAP is a Federal regulation—Some aid programs cannot be paid if students are not meeting SAP

requirements

What are the requirements?

Maximum Time Frame:

earning

a bachelor’s degree in less than 180 hours attempted over

the

entire college career (including courses from other schools)GPA: having a 2.0 USF GPA by the time the student is in junior standing Completion Percent: Completion Percent: earn 67% of all attempted credit hours (including courses from other schools)SAP is calculated at the end of every semester—Students should check their SAP status in OASIS regularlyRead the policy on our website

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Must Be Met Each Semester!25

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Benefits of the program:

Peer

based program—students teaching students with staff guidance

All services are

free and confidential

for students

One-on-one meetings

Group seminarsServices we can provide:USFAS/Student Success initiative designed to help students learn:Basic financial planning, including budgeting How to borrow wisely How to identify needs vs. wantsHow to establish short-term & long-term financial goalsLocation: SVC 2054

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Your Next Steps…

Read all emails sent by

USFAS-

all

emails are sent to

the USF

email

addressFAFSA: Complete the 2014-2015 FAFSA for summer & 2015-2016 FAFSA for fallOASIS: Complete any unsatisfied financial aid requirements in OASISTerms & Conditions: Read and accept in OASIS; also accept awardsAccept Award Offers: Loans and Work Study require acceptance

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Loans: Complete

the online Master Promissory Note & online Entrance Counseling if loans are accepted at

www.studentloans.gov

Review:

This

presentation

is on

our website (www.usf.edu/financial-aid) andPay: Pay the bill on time!28Your Next Steps…

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Visit SVC

1102

for

Questions…

About Financial Aid Awards

About Submitting/Completing Required Forms

813.974.4700

Remember, due to

FERPA (Privacy Act)

laws, we can only answer general questions if you call our office29

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THANK YOU!


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