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  • Educational Facilities - Hesston College
    Regier Friesen Art Gallery J D Charles Hall of Science and Arts faculty offices and classrooms and laboratories for instruction in chemistry biology and physics Lemons Center part of Charles Hall Nursing Department Kauffman Court housing for 140 students Kropf Center Bible and Ministry Center faculty offices computer classroom Computer Information Technology laboratory classrooms Laban Peachey Center Early Childhood Education laboratory preschool Campus Facilities Department offices and Disaster Management Program shop Northlawn Center for Performing Arts Education Music and Theatre programs classrooms rehearsal spaces faculty studios and campus worship space Helmuth Studio Theatre part of Northlawn rehearsal and performance space for theatre productions Smith Center and Mary Miller Library more than 25 000 volumes subscriptions to 225 periodicals and newspapers and access to multiple online databases Academic Center for Career Exploration and Student Success ACCESS Classrooms and archives Yost Center Campus Activities Center Oswald Field and Soccer Stadium physical education facilities walking track and equipment and playing space for baseball basketball soccer volleyball tennis and racquetball Hesston Mennonite Church space for chapel and other large campus gatherings Nursing Facilities Nursing students use the following clinical affiliations in their education Hutchinson Clinic and Hutchinson Regional Medical Center Hutchinson Central Homecare Harvey County Health Department DaVita Inc Fresenius Medical Care Newton Medical Center and Prairie View Mental Health Center Newton Schowalter Villa Hesston McPherson Hospital McPherson Progressive Home Health and Hospice Via Christi Hospitals and Wesley Medical Center Wichita Aviation Facilities Home base for Hesston s Aviation program is the Newton City County Airport a low density traffic area Training aircraft include Cessna 172s a Cessna 172RG and a Piper Twin Comanche Training equipment includes the Redbird MCX C182 G1000 GFC700 flight simulator Students fly to a variety of nearby airports for practice Fifteen airports lie within 35 miles of Newton ranging

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  • Financial Aid - Hesston College
    for Federal Student Aid FAFSA Financial aid is used to supplement not replace family resources for college Procedures for Applying for Financial Aid Students who wish to receive the best financial aid package possible should complete the application process as soon as possible The financial aid priority deadline is April 1 All forms must be completed by this date for the student to be assured of receiving financial aid All applicants who seek financial assistance from Hesston College must Complete the application for admission to Hesston College Submit a copy of high school transcript and test scores ACT or SAT File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA on the web at www fafsa ed gov To be sure to receive the greatest consideration in financial assistance students should file the FAFSA as soon as possible after January 1 Financial Aid and Scholarship priority deadline is April 1 Additional Financial Aid Information Eligibility for Financial Aid Scholarships Grants Loans Federal Work Study Program Aid Plan Revision Catalog 2015 16 2015 16 Course Catalog Academic Life Academic Integrity Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure Academic Support Services Credits and Calendar Advising and Registration Evaluation Satisfactory Progress Probation and Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities Off Campus Relationships Special Courses Student Success Admissions Applying for Admission More Admission Policies Course Descriptions Enrollment Statistics Faculty and Staff Administrative Council Faculty Adrian Hershberger Faculty Hochstetler Miller Hesed Faculty Mosquera to Stauffer Faculty Swartley Yoder Urban Life Center Emeritus Faculty Mennonite Education Agency Hesston College Board of Directors Alumni Association Staff Financial Aid Financial Aid Eligibility Grants Loans Scholarships General Information Assessment Accreditation and Memberships Educational Facilities General Education Mission Vision and Purposes Philosophy Legal Notices Degrees and Programs of Study Agricultural Sciences Art also graphic design Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences degree Associate

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  • Financial Aid Eligibility - Hesston College
    Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home 2015 16 Course Catalog Financial Aid Financial Aid Eligibility Financial Aid Eligibility Eligibility for Financial Aid Requirements A student must be admitted as a regular student pursuing an associate degree to be eligible for financial aid at Hesston College The student must also satisfy one of the following requirements Be a high school graduate Pass the G E D exams Financial aid is based on the number of credit hours for which students enroll each term and then adjusted after the second week of the term which is the end of the drop add period In order to receive maximum financial aid students must be enrolled in 12 hours each semester Some aid sources are pro rated to the following scale 12 hours or more per term 100 percent of aid awarded 9 11 hours per term 75 percent of aid awarded 6 8 hours per term 50 percent of aid awarded less than six hours Not eligible for financial aid For students taking fewer than six hours there are limited federal funds available All state grants require enrollment in at least 12 hours

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  • Scholarships - Hesston College
    Scholarship Bachman Springer Scholarship Bill Mason Business Scholarship Buetta Wyse Bontrager Education Scholarship C Evan Oswald Baseball Scholarship Carole King Jefferson Endowed Education Scholarship Clarence and Viola Stauffer Scholarship Clifford and Grace Friesen Slatter Scholarship Clifford and Louise Troyer Scholarship D D Driver Memorial Scholarship Dave and Sena Osborne International Student Scholarship David J and Edith Graber Scholarship Developing Kingdom Servants Scholarship DewEze Pastoral Ministries Scholarship Don D and Barbara K Reber Scholarship Fund Doug and Connie Dorsing Scholarship Dr Rachel Driver Marshall Memorial Scholarship Emery and Bernice Bontrager Scholarship Emery Eigsti Scholarship Ernest and Susan Cooprider Zimmerman Memorial Scholarship Ernie and Marilyn Yutzy Family Scholarship Eugene and Vira Lemons Scholarship Everett and Naomi Ulrich Scholarship Gene Zaid Jim Yoder Science Scholarship Glen and Jeanne Riegsecker Scholarship Harper Industries Scholarship Harry and Amanda Diener Memorial Scholarship Henry and Clara Cooprider Memorial Scholarship Henry and Sarah Kroeker Scholarship Hesston College Art Aviation Fund Hesston College Inclusion Scholarship Hesston College Memorial Scholarship Hesston College Nursing Scholarship Hesston College Pastoral Ministries Scholarship Ivan S and Pearl Kropf Scholarship J A Miller Memorial Scholarship J D and Ada Hartzler Music Scholarship Jacob R and Grace D Diller Memorial Scholarship Jason Miller Memorial Endowment Jerry and Letha Gingerich Scholarship Jim and Belle Boyts Scholarship John and Alice Reschly Scholarship John and Elsie Griffin Scholarship John and Esther Hodel Minority Student Aid Fund John and Grace Bontrager Hershberger Memorial Music Scholarship John Schwanebeck Memorial Scholarship Karl and Margaret Dorsing Scholarship Katherine Eicher Frey Endowed Scholarship Fund for Minority Women Kenneith Steider Memorial Scholarship Lahla Miller and Truman Selzer Piano Scholarship Laurence and Marian Horst Scholarship Lester D and Pauline Yoder Scholarship Levi and Esther Yoder Scholarship Lewis and Rachel Powell Nursing Scholarship Lloyd and Pearl Rodgers Family Scholarship Lloyd Coblentz Scholarship Logan Clark Stoltzfus Nursing Scholarship

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  • Grants - Hesston College
    Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home 2015 16 Course Catalog Financial Aid Grants Grants Grants Federal Grants The Federal Pell Grant is designed to provide financial aid to students so they may attend a college or university of their choice Awards are determined by the Federal Government Final determination of the amount depends upon the funds appropriated by the Federal Government Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants are awarded to Pell Grant recipients The amount of the award varies State Grants and Scholarships Grants are available for residents of Kansas to attend Hesston College Full time enrollment is required for eligibility To apply complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA Kansas residents who receive a Kansas Comprehensive Grant must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2 0 or higher to renew the grant Hesston College Church Matching Grants Hesston College will match up to 500 per semester 1 000 per academic year per student any monies given as direct aid by a congregation to its student s If church grants exceed 1

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  • Loans - Hesston College
    Free Application for Federal Student Aid An annual interest rate of five percent begins to accrue nine months after the borrower ceases to be a student on at least a half time basis six credit hours per term William D Ford Direct Student Loan TThe William D Ford Direct Student Loan is a federal interest delayed loan for college students Eligibility is based upon the Free Application for Federal Student Aid As long as students are enrolled in at least six credit hours each semester no interest accrues and no payments are due After graduation or when the student is no longer enrolled in at least six credit hours interest begins to accrue for the subsidized student loan and there is a six month period of grace before repayment begins for both the Direct Subsidized and Direct Unsubsidized loans Students may apply for William D Ford Direct Student Loans online through the Financial Aid pages at www hesston edu Students who do not qualify for the interest subsidy may still borrow in the William D Ford Direct Student Loan program Students who do not demonstrate financial need will be responsible for the interest while they are in school Hesston College Institutional Loan The Hesston College Loan is awarded and administered by Hesston College An annual interest rate of 10 percent begins to accrue on the unpaid balance six months after no longer attending Hesston College A minimum monthly payment of 50 is due during the repayment period which begins six months following the borrower s termination as a student Following is a list of available loan funds Adrian Miller Student Loan Fund Brenneman Loan Fund Clara Burkhart Haner Student Loan Fund Class of 1915 Loan Fund Class of 1927 Loan Fund Clayton V Beyler Memorial Loan Fund Detweiler Memorial Loan

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  • Payment Plans - Hesston College
    late accounts on the first day of classes for each semester Deferred Payment Plan Fall semester half the semester balance is due Aug 1 2015 The remainder is due and payable Oct 10 2015 Spring semester half the semester balance is due Jan 4 2016 The remainder is due and payable Mar 10 2016 A 25 enrollment fee per semester will apply for the Deferred Payment Plan A 50 late payment fee will apply if the second payment for the semester is not made by the established due date Monthly Payment Plan The Monthly Installment Plan is our only plan designed to pay for the entire year and is a no interest plan After all applicable annual financial assistance is applied to the student s annual charges including an annual enrollment fee the remaining balance is divided into 10 or 12 equal monthly payments For the 10 month plan first payment is due no later than Aug 31 2015 plan annual enrollment fee is 75 For the 12 month plan first payment is due no later than June 30 2015 plan annual enrollment fee is 25 Final payments for both 10 and 12 month plan are due no later than May 31 2016 Monthly plan payments will be made using ACH on 5th 15th 25th or last of each month until the account is paid in full Plan could start as early as June 5 and as late as August 31 Hesston College will adjust the final payment due if less than the full ACH amount to clear the account and ACH will discontinue after final payment is completed In no event will an ACH amount be deducted greater than that agreed upon in advance If the account is cleared prior to completion of the final installment the plan will

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  • Student Financial Policies - Hesston College
    determined by the college registrar If a student requires a leave of absence the student should contact the registrar and financial aid offices to identify procedures regarding and implications of such a request Refund Policy The tuition fees room and board charges institutional charges for students who withdraw on or after the first day of regularly scheduled classes will be prorated on a daily basis over the first 60 of the enrollment period Hesston College institutional aid will be reduced in the same percentage as institutional charges No reduction of institutional charges will occur after 60 of the enrollment period is completed Laboratory fees or clinical fees will be prorated based on percent of curriculum plan completed prior to withdrawal College Bookstore charges student health insurance or other personal costs are not prorated at withdrawal Hesston College follows federal aid guidelines in determining the amount of unearned aid to be refunded to Federal Student Financial Aid programs A summary of when the return of Title IV federal student aid funds applies and which Title IV funds are included in these provisions is available from the Financial Aid office Any refund will be applied in this order Stafford Loan PLUS Perkins Loan PELL Grant Academic Competitiveness Grant FSEOG Examples of calculations of earned and unearned institutional charges financial aid and refunds upon withdrawal are available upon request Other government or private aid will be refunded as required by the terms of the particular program Bookstore Textbooks and supplies can be purchased online at or in the Bookstore We encourage online orders for those wanting used books Payment for textbooks and supplies can be made via credit card cash or check or charged to the student s account as long as the account is in good standing with the business office Charges

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