Monthly Archives: May 2011

…but I only attended ONE class!!!

Have you ever wondered why you were charged for a percentage of a class, even though you didn’t complete it or attend most of the classes? This is a very common question that our office is faced with on a daily … Continue reading

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CSO Opportunity Scholarship

The Center for Student Opportunity’s Opportunity Scholarship is a $2,000, four-year renewable scholarship awarded to first-generation college students graduating in the high school class of 2011 (entering the college class of 2015) enrolling at a CSO College Partner. Scholarship winners … Continue reading

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More Scholarship Opportunities for Adult Women!

Displaced Homemaker Fund – The Association on American Indian Affairs offers $1500 scholarships to men and women who would not otherwise be able to complete their educational goals due to family responsibilities. Funds may be used for childcare, transportation and … Continue reading

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Notification of Loan Disbursement

Have you ever received a letter in the mail informing you of an amount of money credited to your account? Have you wondered why you were mailed the letter, and why it is a negative amount? Notification of Loan Disbursement … Continue reading

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"Can I Get My Deposit Back?"

Student Financial Services has received a lot of questions from returning traditional students regarding deposits and their refundability. To be clear: they are NOT refundable. When you deposit from one year to the next, that money goes toward your bill for the following … Continue reading

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