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Financial Aid Terms and Conditions | Financial Aid

Financial Aid awards are conditional upon enrollment and class attendance in an eligible program at Cape Fear Community College (CFCC). Students must attend all classes in which they are registered before receiving a financial aid disbursement. Students who have registered for classes but do not attend at least once by the 10 percent date of the class will be dropped by the instructor as “never attended”.   No tuition and fee adjustments will be made.   Financial aid awards for students reported as “never attended” will be adjusted appropriately.

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Changes to financial aid cause hardship for continuing students

Recent USC alumnus Kevin Herald graduated a semester early, but not because he finished his coursework before the standard four years as an undergraduate. Herald dropped his second major in theatre so that he could graduate with his political science degree in December, instead of receiving both degrees in the spring, because he does not want to incur the expense of another semester in college. Herald originally chose to attend USC after high school because of the stellar financial aid package that was offered to him. “I came here with a lot paid for,” Herald said.

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Explore Salus University

Get Recruited by Colleges Average cost after financial aid for students receiving grant or scholarship aid, as reported by the college. Find College ScholarshipsBased on faculty accomplishments, salary, student reviews, and additional factors. We don't have enough responses to know if students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes. Take our survey We don't have enough responses to know if students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want. Take our survey We don't have enough responses to know if students agree that the workload is easy to manage.

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Student's Guide to FinAid

If you're a student, don't miss the Student's Financial Aid Checklist, offering month-by-month instructions from high school onward. Also, be sure to see these pages on FinAid: Step One: Do The Math Start by figuring out how much your education will cost with the College Cost Projector. Next, determine how much your family will be expected to contribute with the Financial Aid Estimation Calculator. The difference between the cost of your education and your family's expected contribution is how much financial aid you'll need.

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Five Surprising Financial Aid Facts

Think you know financial aid? These five facts might surprise you. 1. Most students receive financial aid. If you’re not going to bother applying for scholarships because you think no one ever wins, you’re wrong. Two-thirds of full-time undergraduate students receive financial aid in the form of grants or scholarships, according to the College Board. The cost of college is rising, but so is the amount of financial aid. Total student aid grew 82 percent from the 1996-1997 school year to the 2006-2007 school year, the College Board reports. FastWeb has more than $3.

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Admissions

FORMS & DOCUMENTS TUITION AND FEES RESIDENCY AND LAWFUL PRESENCE REQUIREMENTS PRINTABLE APPLICATION CHANGE OF PROGRAM FORM REQUEST FOR PROGRESSION FORM PROSPECTIVE STUDENT TRANSCRIPT REQUEST FORM (HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE) REQUEST TO ACCUPLACER TEST FOR ANOTHER COLLEGE HOMESCHOOL ADMISSIONS CHECKLIST The Office of Admissions is under the supervision of the Director of Admissions, Ms. Christine Ball. Ms. Christine Ball Director of Admissions Phone: (706) 771-4028 or 4150 Fax: (706) 771-4034 E-mail: cball@augustatech. edu Location: 1300 Building Application Deadline       Online Application for Admissions Need to web register? Click HERE for instructions.

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How To Apply | Office of Student Financial Assistance | The George Washington University

New undergraduate students may estimate their Net Price using the GW Net Price Calculator. Indicate on the Undergraduate Admissions Common Application that student will be applying for aid. To maximize eligibility for all sources of aid we encourage applicants to submit both the College Scholarship Service (CSS) PROFILE and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) applications. Complete the CSS Profile online using the GW School Code 5246.  The Profile is not required if you only wish to be considered for Federal aid. However, in order to be considered for GW need based grants and scholarships, students must also complete the CSS Profile and Non-Custodial Profile, if applicable.

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Is it possible for MIT or Caltech financial aid to cover all tuition?

Edit: you are probably asking about application fee waivers, not financial aid for the cost of attendance. (It's been a while since I applied to colleges!)Both MIT and Caltech accept fee waivers from the College Board. These are based on financial need, not how well you do on the SAT. Four fee waivers are given to each student who takes "at least one SAT or SAT Subject Test with a fee waiver, or has taken an SAT that was paid for by his or her state or school district. " SeeCollege Application Fee Waiversfor details. You can request an SAT fee waiver from your high school counselor (or the counselor at your local public high school, if you are homeschooled) or an "authorized community-based organization," as explained on theSAT Fee Waiverspage.

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What Happens to Your Financial Aid If You Drop Out of College? | Sapling.com

If you receive some form of financial aid--such as grants or loans--your decision to drop out of college will affect your financial aid award for future semesters in which you plan to enroll in school and potentially trigger repayment responsibilities. If you are attending college--yet don't have a job or are underemployed--consider whether you can begin repayment of your financial aid if you drop of of school tomorrow. While options like forbearance are sometimes available for putting off repayment, you can only put off repayment for so long.

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Financial Aid FAQs

VCOM offers scholarships to students in each year of medical school. In addition, VCOM keeps a current list of outside scholarships that our students have received in the past.   However, at the medical school level, nearly all large scholarships are service contracts, such as the National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program and the Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program. Essentially, a service contract is an agreement to work in an organization later in return for receiving a scholarship now.    The two most common service contracts are from the National Health Service Corps http://nhsc.

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