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  • Net Price Calculator | Columbia International University
    Index Menu Close Search form Search Main menu About CIU Academics Admissions Aid Campus Life Athletics Utility Menu Parents My CIU Giving Alumni Make a Gift A Z Index You are here Admissions Aid Cost of Attendance Net Price Calculator Additional Navigation Net Price Calculator Net Price Calculator Your browser must support iframes to view this Calculator Request Info Apply Now Visit Campus Contact Maps Directions Privacy Employment Consumer Information

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/admissions-aid/financial-aid/net-price-calculator (2016-01-26)
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  • Undergraduate | Columbia International University
    17 Undergraduate Tuition Fees Totals Vary By Course Load And Rooming Options On campus 24 36 hours Online only 24 36 hours Tuition and fees On campus 24 36 hours 21 450 Online only 24 36 hours 21 030 Room and Board average On campus 24 36 hours 7 760 Total On campus 24 36 hours 29 210 Online only 24 36 hours 21 030 We also recommend budgeting approximately

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/admissions-aid/cost-of-attendance/tuition-and-fees/undergraduate (2016-01-26)
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  • CIU Scholarships & Grants | Columbia International University
    in the 2015 16 academic year To apply for these merit scholarships you cannot be on academic or character probation 2015 16 Merit Scholarships SAT CR M or ACT Score High School GPA 4 0 scale 1600 1400 26 32 1390 1200 31 27 1190 1000 26 22 990 900 21 19 SAT CR M or ACT Score High School GPA 4 0 scale 4 0 1600 1400 26 32 9 000 1390 1200 31 27 7 000 9 000 1190 1000 26 22 5 000 7 000 990 900 21 19 5 000 High School GPA 4 0 scale 3 75 1600 1400 26 32 9 000 1390 1200 31 27 5 000 9 000 1190 1000 26 22 5 000 7 000 990 900 21 19 5 000 High School GPA 4 0 scale 3 50 1600 1400 26 32 7 000 9 000 1390 1200 31 27 5 000 7 000 1190 1000 26 22 5 000 990 900 21 19 3 000 5 000 High School GPA 4 0 scale 3 25 1600 1400 26 32 5 000 9 000 1390 1200 31 27 5 000 1190 1000 26 22 3 000 5 000 990 900 21 19 3 000 High School GPA 4 0 scale 3 00 1600 1400 26 32 5 000 7 000 1390 1200 31 27 5 000 1190 1000 26 22 3 000 5 000 990 900 21 19 3 000 High School GPA 4 0 scale 2 75 1600 1400 26 32 5 000 1390 1200 31 27 3 000 5 000 1190 1000 26 22 3 000 990 900 21 19 2 000 3 000 High School GPA 4 0 scale 2 50 1600 1400 26 32 5 000 1390 1200 31 27 3 000 5 000 1190 1000 26 22 2 000 3 000 990 900 21 19 2 000 Award Name Eligibility Requirements Award Amount How to Apply Renewal Policy Award Name R C McQuilkin Leadership Scholarship Eligibility Requirements Top student selected during the McQuilkin Scholarship Weekend HS GPA of 3 0 or higher SAT 1 000 or higher ACT 21or higher evidence of leadership Award Amount Up to full tuition How to Apply Submit CIU scholarship application and participate in the scholarship weekend Renewal Policy Submit FAFSA maintain GPA of 3 0 or higher Award Name Board Scholarship Eligibility Requirements Varies depending on test score and GPA See merit chart Award Amount 9 000 How to Apply Submit FAFSA and CIU scholarship application Renewal Policy Submit FAFSA maintain GPA of 3 0 or higher Award Name Presidential Scholarship Eligibility Requirements Varies depending on test score and GPA See merit chart Award Amount 7 000 How to Apply Submit FAFSA and CIU scholarship application Renewal Policy Submit FAFSA maintain GPA of 2 5 or higher Award Name Dean Scholarship Eligibility Requirements Varies depending on test score and GPA See merit chart Award Amount 5 000 How to Apply Submit FAFSA and CIU scholarship application Renewal Policy Submit

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/admissions-aid/financial-aid/types-of-aid/scholarships-and-grants (2016-01-26)
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  • Donor Scholarships | Columbia International University
    Army s Chaplain Candidate Program The Delaine Price Blackwell Bible Teaching Scholarship Must be a female Must be called by God to teach the Bible especially to other women Student must have a 3 0 GPA or higher The student should be a woman known for her diligence and humility as she passionately pursues God s call upon her life She should live out 2 Timothy 2 15 with a commitment to be diligent to present herself approved to God as a workman who does not need to be ashamed accurately handling the word of truth The Cason Group Scholarship Must be a rising junior or senior within the Business Organizational Leadership program Student must be a resident of GA NC or SC The Kate Schultz Colon Scholarship Must show commitment to cross cultural missions outside of North America Preference will be given to a student entering either their junior or senior year in the undergraduate school Preference will be given to a student with financial need due to medical issues within their immediate family The Diversity Scholarship Must be full time degree seeking undergraduate graduate or seminary student Must be a minority U S citizen Must have a 2 5 GPA Must have financial need Must show evidence of current leadership in a ministry setting The Martha Hoke Scholarship Preference given to seminary students however qualified students may be a rising senior Must be a female who has ministered or intends to minister in overseas cross cultural ministry Must provide evidence that they have selected a mission agency and are either approved candidates or are in process with a mission agency Qualified students may include international students and missionaries on home assignment The Samuel C Howes Scholarship Must be enrolled in the undergraduate school Must be either working on or off campus during the school year Must have financial need The Terry and Jean Hulbert Scholarship Must be a male Must be entering third year in the seminary within the M Div program Must be pursuing a career in missions or Bible teaching The Johnny Jones Scholarship Print this scholarship application and send to address on the application Do not submit to CIU Must submit a transcript Must be a male Must have a 2 5 cumulative CIU GPA or higher Must be a US Citizen Must be a resident in GA or SC from one of the following counties Georgia Appling Burke Candler Columbia Emanuel Evans Jefferson Liberty Long McDuffie Richmond Tattnall Toombs or Wayne South Carolina Aiken Allendale Bamberg Beaufort Charleston Colleton Dorchester Edgefield Hampton or Orangeburg The Lifesong Scholarship Student must be an undergraduate student Student whose goal is to be a tent maker missionary looking to go into foreign missions but will be in business teaching etc in a foreign country The Logos Church Scholarship Student must be committed to be a missionary or serve in a para church organization in mainland China or a Muslim country upon graduation Student must submit an annual report

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/become-student/financial-aid/donor-scholarships (2016-01-26)
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  • FAFSA Tips | Columbia International University
    based on check stubs W 2 forms or other income documentation Apply online Although you can submit a paper application you will get your Student Aid Report SAR sooner if you apply online Provide the correct Federal School Code CIU s federal code is 003429 Apply for an FSA ID If you do not already have an FSA ID you can create one when logging in to FAFSA gov The FSA ID replaces the federal PIN You can find step by step instructions on how to create a FSA ID Dependent students need at least one parent to apply for an FSA ID Once the Social Security Administration verifies your information in one to three days you will be able to use your FSA ID to access FAFSA gov and other Department of Education websites Collect your paperwork You will need these documents Social Security card driver s license the previous year s W 2 forms federal income tax return and your spouse s if married and your parents if you re a dependent untaxed income records bank and mortgage statements business and investment records and alien registration card if not a U S citizen Provide a reliable email address

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/become-student/financial-aid/fafsa-tips (2016-01-26)
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  • Verification | Columbia International University
    be selected for a process called verification During this review the financial aid staff compares the FAFSA with information provided in the required verification documents including IRS tax data If discrepant information is discovered CIU will update the FAFSA and send the corrected FAFSA to Central Processing System CPS for reprocessing Additionally financial aid awards will be recalculated using the updated FAFSA and its Expected Family Contribution EFC calculation You are required to submit the verification documentation requested to validate the information provided on your FAFSA What if I m selected for verification If you have been notified by the CPS that your FAFSA was selected for verification please wait for email communication from CIU regarding whether or not you need to complete verification with us Also please note that if you re selected for verification you cannot receive any of your federal need based state aid or CIU need based aid until the verification process is completed What is the deadline There is no formal deadline however we encourage you to submit the required verification documents as soon as reasonably possible If you don t complete the verification process you forfeit eligibility for federal student aid need based state

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/admissions-aid/financial-aid/applying-for-aid/verification (2016-01-26)
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  • Satisfactory Academic Progress | Columbia International University
    credit hours Courses Included in Quantitative Pace Calculation Any academic coursework including incompletes withdrawals satisfactory grades unsatisfactory grades and repetitions that the student begins registers for and is charged for by the institution will be counted as attempted credit hours Any courses transferred from another institution that CIU is accepting and applying toward a student s degree program will be counted as attempted and earned credit hours All exam credit hours AP CLEP etc accepted and applied to a student s degree program will be counted as attempted and earned credit hours Any academic coursework with passing grades repetitions with passing grades and courses with satisfactory grades will be counted as earned credit hours Courses Not Included in Quantitative Pace Calculation Non credit remedial courses audits and work in progress are not counted as hours attempted or earned Maximum Time Frame Students are no longer eligible for aid if the number of credit hours exceeds 150 percent of the published program length i e Undergraduate programs 128 hours x 150 192 hours no federal aid past 192 hours graduate programs 60 hours x 150 90 hours no federal aid past 90 hours A student may appeal if they have changed majors and want to be sure the credits and grades from their new major are the only ones included in the satisfactory progress determination Full Time Part Time For SAP purposes CIU does not distinguish between full time and part time enrollment The measurement of the student s GPA Pace and Maximum Time Frame is not impacted by enrollment status Readmit and Entering Transfer Students Readmit students will be assessed for eligibility upon reapplication to CIU and will be considered eligible for federal financial aid if they meet the eligibility criteria noted above All transfer credit hours accepted by CIU will be counted as hours attempted and hours earned Grades for transfer credit hours accepted by CIU will not be calculated in the cumulative GPA Frequency of SAP Assessment If a student s academic program is one year in length the Financial Aid Office will review SAP after each payment period in which the student is enrolled If a student s academic program is greater than one year in length the Financial Aid Office will review SAP after the spring semester All students regardless of enrollment status will also be reviewed at the end of the second academic year for compliance with the GPA requirement only Failure to have a GPA consistent with the program graduation requirement at the two year checkpoint will result in a full SAP review and financial aid probation Please see table under eligibility criteria Students who have not met SAP at the designated checkpoint are classified as ineligible for federal financial aid Students who do not meet the minimum SAP requirements will be sent a letter and or email explaining that they are not eligible for federal financial aid Students have the right to appeal Financial Aid Appeals Students may appeal the federal financial aid

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/admissions-aid/financial-aid/applying-for-aid/satisfactory-academic-progress (2016-01-26)
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  • Spouse Tuition Benefits | Columbia International University
    a spouse tuition benefit to the spouses of CIU students If your spouse attends CIU you may be eligible for the Partners in Ministry Grant The grant based on the availability of funds can be used for one class per semester Be sure to submit the FAFSA and PIM Application by Aug 1 As a Partners in Ministry Grant recipient you are not eligible for any additional CIU aid Qualifications

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/admissions-aid/financial-aid/types-of-aid/spouse-tuition-benefits (2016-01-26)
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