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  2. 支付
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By lowering rates and locking in tuition with the mgm高梅美 学费 Guarantee, we’ve made your tuition plan predictable and simple to understand. Now you can lock in your tuition at one price 从 start to finish of 你的程序. Direct Subsidized 贷款s are available to undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need as determined by their completed Free Application for 联邦学生援助 (FAFSA). 美国.S. Department of 教育 pays the interest while you attend school at least half time, as long as you complete 你的程序 on time.

As of July 1, 2013, first-time borrowers are only eligible to borrow Direct Subsidized 贷款s for 高达150% 的 published length 的 program in which they’re enrolled.

Direct Unsubsidized 贷款s are available to undergraduate and graduate students; there is no requirement to demonstrate financial need. 没有补贴的贷款, you are responsible for paying the interest, which begins accruing at the time the loan is disbursed. If you do not pay the interest as it accrues, the interest will be added to the principal balance.

欲了解更多信息,请参阅 联邦学生援助.

佩尔助学金 are awarded to eligible undergraduate students who have not previously earned a bachelor’s or professional degree. Maximum Pell Grant awards can vary 从 year to year and may be higher or lower in future award years. 除了… 每年最大数量, there is also a limit to the amount of Pell Grant you can receive over your 一生.

FSA贷款资格 varies by grade level and dependency status.

Grade level is determined by the number of credits applied to your primary program. For new students, grade level is determined by applied transfer credits. 为持续的学生, grade level is determined by the total number of credits applied to your primary program at the start 的 academic year.

Dependency status is determined by a variety of factors. 一个“是”的答案 任何 的 依赖的问题 on the FAFSA will classify you as independent; a “no” answer to 所有 依赖关系的问题 on the FAFSA will classify you as dependent.

有 总资格限制 to the amount of FSA loans you may borrow for undergraduate and graduate study as well.  

As of July 1, 2013, first-time borrowers are only eligible to borrow Direct Subsidized 贷款s for 高达150% 的 published length 的 program in which they’re enrolled.  

This limit does not apply to Direct Unsubsidized 贷款s or Direct PLUS 贷款s. 

Processing times for awarding FSA can vary 从 student to student, depending on individual situations and documentation requirements. You can see estimated processing times for your FSA package on the 学生的网站 by navigating to Account > Awards & 支付.

If you are experiencing difficulty with the FAFSA website, contact the 联邦学生援助 信息rmation Center at 800.433.3243. There is also a Live 帮助 button located within the FAFSA application you can use to contact the 信息rmation Center live and online.

Award letters are generated after FSA is packaged. 它会在 学生的网站 at the time funds acceptance is required.  After that, your letter will be available by navigating to Account > Awards & 支付 > Print 贷款 Confirmation.  It will be posted in your Letter Center on the 学生的网站, as well.

FSA loan and Pell Grant disbursement dates are based on each student’s individual schedule, 顺利完成学时, and weeks of instructional time — therefore, the dates can vary greatly 从 one student to the next. Specific disbursement dates can be found on your 学生的网站 by navigating to Account > Awards & 支付 > Disbursement Status.

Typic所有y, disbursements are scheduled the day a new payment period starts.  We will begin to determine your eligibility for those funds at that time and anticipate funds will post to your student account within five to seven days of that date.  如果你是第一次借钱, 一年级本科生, 然而, your first disbursement will be scheduled 30 days after the start of your first payment period. If a delay occurs, Financial Services will work to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.

FSA loans and 佩尔助学金 disburse twice during your academic year, shortly after the start of each payment period. 一般来说, disbursements are scheduled toward the beginning of each 12-credit payment period. Scheduling will be different if an academic year is 少于24学分. Refer to your award letter for specific disbursement dates.

FSA loans and 佩尔助学金 disburse twice during your academic year, at the beginning of each payment period. 一般来说, disbursements are scheduled at the beginning of each 12-credit payment period. Scheduling will be different if an academic year is 少于24学分. Refer to your award letter or contact Financial Services for specific disbursement dates.

Although FSA funds can be rescheduled for a 很多原因, the most common is a change in your schedule. Because eligibility for FSA disbursements depends on successful completion of credits and weeks of instruction, 进度的改变可能会造成延误.

Gener所有y, Pell Grant and loan funds are scheduled to disburse around the same time. 然而, 它们是两种不同类型的援助, and the disbursements actu所有y come in at different times. Specific disbursement dates can be found on your 学生的网站 by navigating to Account > Awards & 支付 > Disbursement Status.

A debit memo is the transaction you will see processed on your account summary when a credit balance is about to be sent to you or returned to the FSA fund. Your account summary can be accessed on the 学生的网站 by navigating to *Account > Billing*.

Elections for receiving a credit balance can be changed 任何time by navigating to Account > Overview > *Manage Cards & 直接存款*.  如果直接存款 之前没有设置, click Change to Direct Deposit; if direct deposit 是之前设置,单击“更新直接存款”.  An election to receive funds by direct deposit must be on file prior to the completion of 任何 refund calculation to ensure funds will be electronic所有y transmitted to your designated bank account.

Credit balances will be processed within 14 calendar days 的 date funds are disbursed.   Once the credit balance process is completed, direct deposits should appear in your designated account within 3–5 business days, and paper checks should be received within 3–10 business days. Please remember that processing times can vary, and the University cannot be held responsible for delays in mail delivery.

You can view your account summary to see when a debit memo has posted by navigating to Account > Billing.

美国niversity participates in the National 学生 Clearinghouse (NSC) program, which electronic所有y provides enrollment status and attendance data to the National 学生 贷款 Database System (NSLDS). The Registrar’s Office reports attendance data on 所有 students once per week. If your servicer participates in the NSC program, you do not need to take 任何 action to put your loans into a deferred status; if not, 请mgm高梅美的招生处 & 记录服务中心在800.866.3919寻求进一步协助.

Once a graduation application is submitted, several financial and academic audits must be completed before the diploma can be released. Typical processing time for these audits is 1–3 weeks.

FSA awards are based on a combination of student eligibility criteria, 学习计划和年级水平. If your cost of tuition and fees for the academic year is greater than your financial aid award, 资金短缺将会存在. 有 m任何 sources of funding for educational purposes. 请参阅mgm高梅美的 金融期权 page for further information, or contact Financial Services for additional 资源.

Schools are only permitted to retain up to $200 的 current academic year’s FSA funds to satisfy prior academic year charges for tuition and fees. Refer to your award letter or contact Financial Services for specific academic year and payment period dates.

Always consult a tax professional with questions about education tax credits.

The 1098-T form will be available to students no later than January 31st of each year for the recently ended tax year. You can consent to electronic delivery of this form or receive a paper form in the mail. Delivery options can be selected by logging in to 学生的网站 and navigating to Account > Tax Forms > 1098-T. The 1098-T statement will be available 3–7 days earlier if the electronic delivery option is chosen.

Be advised that the University reports qualified tuition and related expenses by payments received, so not 所有 students will receive a 1098-T. If no payments posted to your student account within the 1098-T reporting year, 你可能收不到.

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