Types of Financial Aid
Managing Financial Aid
- Refund Dates Fall & Spring
- Refund Date Summer
- Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
- Withdraw Information
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Student Consumer Information
- Emergency Loans
- Award Letter Disclosures
- Who is Eligible
- Rights and Responsibilities
- Cost of Attendance
- Terms and Conditions
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Award Letter Disclosures
Financial Aid Award Letter Addendum
Cost of Attendance (see front of your award letter)
This budget includes estimated tuition and fees assesed a student, together with our estimate of the cost of room and board, transportation, books and supplies, miscellaneous personal expenses, student loan fees, and dependent care for children under 11 years of age. At the request of the student along with proper documentation, we may also add any disability related costs to the student's cost of attendance.
Billable Costs (Direct Costs)
Charges paid directly to SPC tuition, fees and on campus room and board.
Non-billable Costs (Indirect Costs)
Estimated charges included in the cost of attendance such as off-campus room and board, transportation, miscellaneous personal expenses, student loan fees and dependent care. FINANCIAL AID IS DESIGNED TO ASSIST YOU WITH A PERCENTAGE OF YOUR INDIRECT COSTS AND MAY NOT COVER 100% OF YOUR LIVING EXPENSES.
Federal grants, state grants and scholarships that do not require repayment from present or future earnings (unless a student withdraws prior to the 60% point in the semester)
Self Help Aid
Funds provided by the student's current job, savings, or student loan
If your income information has changed substantially from the amount reported on the FAFSA, you may request your Financial Aid advisor review documented changes. Your file must be processed with actual income information and error free prior to the special condition review. This request must be made prior to any aid paying tuition and fee charges. No aid will be awarded until the review process is complete. The review process may add a minimum of 10-14 days to financial aid processing.
July 19, 2012