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Graduate Studies and Nursing Guide to Student Financial Services 20132014 Graduate Studies and Nursing

Table of Contents 20132014 Tuition Costs 2 Billing Procedures Payment Methods Online Academic Resources Delinquent Accounts Course Withdrawal Refund Policy Course Withdrawal Refund Policy for Capstone Seminar MSMHRM 9038 14week courses 2 2 2 3 3 Health Insurance Deferment Payment Plan Applying for Financial Aid Eligibility Requirements for Financial Aid 4 5 5 7 Financial Aid Award Descriptions Grants and Scholarships Student Loans Employer Partnerships Satisfactory Academic Progress Cred

20132014 Tuition Costs BSBA Undergraduate Nursing Graduate Nursing Graduate EducationManagement 1,404 per course 1,816 per course 2,581 per course 2,192 per course Billing Procedures Tuition and fees are billed three weeks prior to the beginning of each session. Most forms of financial aid may be used as credit toward the bill. Student loans of all types may be used as credit only if the loan has been approved by the College and the lender. It is the students responsibility to pay any balance r

Delinquent Accounts Students with a pastdue balance are ineligible to attend classes, register for future courses, or receive an official transcript or diploma. If payment is not received in a timely manner, late fees may be assessed to the account. If the account remains delinquent, it will be referred to a collection agency, and the student will be responsible for the costs incurred with the collection effort. Once an account is referred to an outside agency, all inquiries and payments are mad

Course Withdrawal Refund Policy for Capstone Seminar MSMHRM 9038 14week courses Campusbased format withdrawal refund policy Online format withdrawal refund policy Drops prior to the first class meeting, the student receives a 100 refund. Drops prior to the start of the second week of the course, the student receives a 75 refund and a W on their transcript. Drops prior to the start of the third week of the course, the student receives a 50 refund and a W on their transcript. Drops prior t

Deferment Payment Plan Students participating in the Tuition Deferment Payment Plan pay 25 of the cost of tuition prior to the first day of class and may defer the remaining 75 until 30 days after the last day of the course. To enroll in the Deferment Payment Plan, students must complete a Deferment Payment Plan Promissory Note through the Office of Student Financial Services. This documentation must be updated prior to the start of classes at the beginning of each semester. If the credit card i

Eligibility Requirements for Financial Aid Requirements to receive federal and state financial aid include Acceptance to and enrollment in a program of study at Emmanuel College Enrolled at least halftime for most forms of financial aid i.e., loans, etc. Maintaining satisfactory academic progress Being free from default on a previous student loan Being in compliance with selective service requirements U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status see FAFSA for more details Eligibility for

Financial Aid Award Descriptions GRADUATE STUDENTS Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Graduate students are eligible for the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan. This loan carries a fixed interest rate of 6.8. Borrowers may choose to defer the interest payments while in school and during their sixmonth grace period, but the interest will be capitalized. To borrow a Federal Stafford Loan, students are required to complete a Master Promissory Note MPN and Entrance Counseling. In order to complete th

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS Grants and Scholarships Federal Pell Grant Gift aid from the federal government to undergraduate students with significant financial need. MA State Grant Gift aid from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to fulltime undergraduate students with significant financial need, who are also Massachusetts residents. Awards are estimated until the College receives notification from the states scholarship office. MA PartTime Grant Gift aid from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to par

Grade Level Freshman 031 credits Sophomore 3263 credits JuniorSenior 64 credits Dependent Student 5,500 Independent Student 9,500 6,500 10,500 7,500 12,500 Loan Requirements To borrow a Federal Stafford Loan, students are required to complete a Master Promissory Note MPN and Entrance Counseling. In order to complete these documents, please visit studentloans.gov. Students may also contact our office to have the forms mailed to them. Loan limits include both subsidized and unsubsidiz

Emmanuel College currently partners with Blue CrossBlue Shield of Massachusetts Boston Public Schools Teachers and Principals in Education courses only Brigham Womens Hospital Catholic Hospitals Nurses in Nursing courses only Catholic Schools Teachers and Principals in Education courses only City Year Members of the Clergy Merck Research Laboratories Boston Natick Soldier Systems Center New England Human Resources Association Notre Dame Mission VolunteersAmeriCorps Saints Medical C

Credit Balances Students who have a credit balance on their account with the College due to excess financial aid, private loans, tuition remission, or overpayment may request to have the credit refunded to them by completing the Refund Request Form. Students may check to see if a credit balance exists through the Online Academic Resources section of the student portal. Students may complete the Refund Request Form in the Office of Student Financial Services or through the My Refund Requests sect

Important Dates Session Key for Important Dates 7week Sessions 1XSummer 1 2XSummer 2 1FFall 1 2FFall 2 1SSpring 1 2SSpring 2 Nursing Classes SemesterBased U1Summer 1 FAFall U2Summer 2 SPSpring Summer 2013 May 13th Classes begin for 131X Payment is due for this session July 8th Classes begin for 132X Payment is due for this session July Summerterm financial aid is disbursed Fall 2013 September 3rd Classes begin for 131F Payment is due for these sessions Deadline to submit health insuranc

Spring 2014 January 6th Classes begin for 141S Payment is due for these sessions Deadline to submit health insurance waiver January 31st Reapply for financial aid for 20142015 school year at www.emmanuel.edugraduatestudies Click on Tuition Aid Complete the 20142015 Online Financial Aid Application the 20142015 FAFSA March 6th Classes begin for 142S Payment is due for this session March Springterm financial aid is disbursed Guide to Student Financial Services 20132014 13

Contact Information Office of Student Financial Services Location Phone Fax Email Office Hours Website Office of Graduate Studies Phone Fax Email Website Office of the Registrar Phone Fax Email Administration Building, Room 341 6177359938 6177359939 financialservicesemmanuel.edu Monday through Thursday 830 a.m. to 600 p.m. Friday 830 a.m. to 430 p.m. www.emmanuel.eduTuitionAndAid 6177359700 6175070434 graduatestudiesemmanuel.edu www.emmanuel.edugraduatestudies 6177359960 6172647705 regmailemma

Graduate Studies and Nursing 400 The Fenway, Boston, Massachusetts 02115 6177359700 8003313227 6175070434 fax graduatestudiesemmanuel.edu www.emmanuel.edugraduatestudies Guide to Student Financial Services 20132014 15

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