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  • School of Professional and Continuing Studies Tuition and Fees | Springfield College
    Human Services 5 208 Full time status 12 semester hours Per credit hour 434 Master of Science in Human Services 5 301 Full time status nine semester hours Per credit hour 589 Fees Application Fee Bachelor of Science Program nonrefundable 10 Application Fee Master of Science Program nonrefundable 40 Commencement Fee 50 Health Insurance Massachusetts campus only per year 1 750 Human Services Training Assessment Fee 200 Late Payment Fee Past Due Account Policy 75 Payment Plan Fee per semester 25 Portfolio Fee Charged to students enrolled in Human Services and Portfolio Development courses 500 Returned Check Charge 35 Stop Payment Reissue 35 Transcript Fee official 6 Payment Options Springfield College offers two payment options for students to pay their tuition Students may pay tuition charges less any applicable financial aid in full at the time of registration by personal check or money order The College offers a Partial Payment Plan which extends tuition payments over a four month period There is a 25 fee per term to utilize the plan The plan is as follows Summer Term Fall Term Spring Term 25 at Registration 25 at Registration 25 at Registration 25 May 1 25 Sept 1 25 Jan 1 25 June 1 25 Oct 1 25 Feb 1 25 July 1 25 Nov 1 25 March 1 Students within the following categories are required to sign up for the partial payment plan If a student does not expect to receive financial aid and cannot pay the tuition charges in full at the time of registration but can make payments on the above applicable dates they must sign up for the Partial Payment Plan If a student has received a financial aid decision letter the letter must be presented to the staff person handling registration If the student s awarded

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  • How to Apply for Financial Aid | Springfield College
    School of Professional and Continuing Studies Financial Aid Office How to Apply for Financial Aid How to Apply for Financial Aid This application process includes applying for Federal Stafford Student Loans Federal Pell Grant state grants and Springfield College grant All applicants must complete the FAFSA application Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA You are encouraged to file online If you have a PIN you may use it to electronically sign your FAFSA You may request a PIN here If you do not have a PIN please print and sign your signature page and mail it to the federal processor You may also get a paper FAFSA form by calling the Federal Student Aid Information Center at 1 800 4 FED AID 1 800 433 3243 Make sure that Springfield College Springfield MA is on the list of schools you want to receive your FAFSA information Our school code is 002211 Most applicants also need to Submit a Tax Transcript forms are available here Submit other documents that are requested if required per federal regulations Enrollment in 2015 16 For enrollment in September 2015 complete a 2015 16 FAFSA using your 2014 federal tax transcript For enrollment in January 2016 or May 2016 complete a 2015 16 FAFSA using your 2014 federal tax transcript Click here for the 2014 15 Financial Aid Application Information sheet Click here for the 2014 15 School of Professional and Continuing Studies Financial Aid Application The 2015 16 Financial Aid Application is not required but you may use this application to inform us that you intend to apply for financial aid Deadlines Priority dates are as follows Returning Students May 1 Priority date for completion of application with the Financial Aid Office July 1 and after Decisions mailed to returning students if application is

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  • Federal Financial Aid | Springfield College
    Tuition and Fees Payment Plans How to Apply for Financial Aid Federal Financial Aid Grants Federal Pell Grants Other Grants FSEOG Scholarship Opportunities Federal Eligibility Enrollment Impacts on Eligibility Entrance Counseling Student Loan Deferments YMCA Matching Scholarships My Financial Aid Award Fiscal Facts About Us Who We Are About Us Who We Are Top 10 Reasons Mission Accreditation Collaborations Partnerships and Affiliations Alumni Profiles Directory Social Media News School of Professional and Continuing Studies School of Professional and Continuing Studies Financial Aid Office Federal Financial Aid Federal Financial Aid Federal Stafford Loan Program Students may borrow Stafford Loan money if they enrolled at least half time are eligible for Title IV funds and are a U S citizen or eligible non citizen This federally supported program offers low interest loans through participating lenders There are two types of Stafford Student Loans subsidized and unsubsidized On subsidized loans the government pays the interest while the student is enrolled in school The student begins paying interest and principal six months after ceasing to be enrolled at least ½ time Subsidized loans are only available to undergraduates with unmet need On unsubsidized loans interest will accrue while the student is enrolled Applicants must first complete the financial aid application process Federal law requires that all new federal Stafford loans be processed as Federal Direct Loans You can complete loan entrance counseling sign a Master Promissory Note MPN and find other information on your Direct Loan at here Federal Pell Grant This is the basic federal grant program for undergraduates Eligibility is determined by the College and is subject to federal regulations The value of the grant is based on the school s cost of attendance the calculated federal family contribution and whether you are attending full or part time Award levels vary up

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  • Grants | Springfield College
    date Priority dates for the Springfield College Grant are as follows Returning students May 1 Award letters are mailed beginning July 1 New students July 15 for September admission November 15 for January admission March 15 for May admission New students must complete the financial aid application process and be accepted by admissions by the priority date The Massachusetts Part Time Grant Program This program is open to part time degree candidates from the Boston and Springfield campuses who are eligible for a Federal Pell Grant Awards range from 200 to 800 per year Awards are determined by the Springfield College Office of Financial Aid subject to OSFA regulations and funding No special application is required for this program Veteran s Education Benefits Veterans who have served 36 months of active duty after September 10 2001 or who have been honorably discharged for a service connected disability when serving 30 continuous days after that date are eligible for educational benefits under the Post 9 11 GI Bill Also eligible are dependents of veterans who qualify for transfer entitlement under the Post 9 11 GI bill The Yellow Ribbon Program is a provision of the Post 9 11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008 which pays up to the highest public in state undergraduate tuition and fees It also allows institutions of higher learning with tuition that exceeds the highest annual amount allowed of 17 500 to award scholarships of up to 50 percent of the amount above the allowed rate which the VA will match Springfield College participates in this program This benefit is not needed for students whose tuition is fully funded under the allowed maximum rate A veteran must be at 100 eligibility and approved by the VA to receive Yellow Ribbon benefits Additional information on veteran s

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  • Scholarship Opportunities | Springfield College
    Education Scholarship Program The Association for Nontraditional Students in Higher Education Scholarship Program provides four scholarships for undergraduate and graduate education to ANTSHE members who are nontraditional students currently enrolled in higher education Applicants must be nominated by an ANTSHE member Business Professional Women s Foundation Business Professional Women s Career Advancement Scholarship The Business Professional Women s Foundation Business Professional Women s Career Advancement Scholarship provides 60 scholarships of 1 000 to 2 500 for undergraduate and graduate education to women age 25 or younger who are enrolled in a business education humanities or social sciences degree program seeking career re entry or advancement Priority is assigned to women of color and women in nontraditional occupations Application materials include an application transcript letter of recommendation tax form and Student Aid Report Executive Women International Adult Students in Scholastic Transition The Executive Women International Adult Students in Scholastic Transition provides scholarships for undergraduate and graduate education to nontraditional students who reside within proximity to an EWI Chapter e g Los Angeles Milwaukee Philadelphia are parents or guardians and demonstrate financial need Application materials include an application transcript FAFSA tax form W 2 form and Student Aid Report Hispanic Scholarship Fund College Scholarship Fund The Hispanic Scholarship Fund College Scholarship Fund provides scholarships of 1 000 to 5 000 for undergraduate and graduate education to prospective students of Hispanic heritage who are enrolled on a full time basis have completed at least 12 credits at the undergraduate level and demonstrate financial need Application materials include an application transcript FAFSA and Student Aid Report Awardees are required to have a minimum GPA of 3 0 Jeannette Rankin Women s Scholarship Fund The Jeannette Rankin Women s Scholarship Fund provides 90 scholarships for undergraduate and technical education to enrolled women students age 35 or older who demonstrate financial need Linda Lael Miller Scholarships for Women The Linda Lael Miller Scholarships for Women provides 10 15 scholarships for undergraduate and technical education to enrolled women students age 25 or older who demonstrate financial need NAACP Agnes Jones Jackson Scholarship The NAACP Agnes Jones Jackson Scholarship provides 20 40 scholarships of 1 500 to 2 500 for undergraduate and graduate education to students age 24 or younger who are NAACP members and demonstrate financial need Application materials include an application transcript three letters of recommendation and tax forms Awardees are required to have a minimum GPA of 2 5 Patsy Takemoto Mink Education Foundation The Patsy Takemoto Mink Education Foundation provides five scholarships with a maximum value of 5 000 for undergraduate and technical education to enrolled women students with dependent children who demonstrate financial need PEO International Sisterhood Program for Continuing Education The PEO International Sisterhood Program for Continuing Education provides scholarships with a maximum value of 3 000 for undergraduate and technical education to women whose education has been interrupted sponsored by a PEO Chapter and demonstrate financial need Application materials are due by 2 4 months prior to the start of the

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  • Federal Eligibility | Springfield College
    Students must be accepted into a degree program before eligibility is determined Non matriculated students are not eligible for financial aid To receive federal student aid offered through Springfield College you must meet all of the following criteria Demonstrate financial need except for some loan programs Be accepted by admissions enrolled and working toward a degree or certificate in an eligible program Be a U S citizen or eligible non citizen Have a valid Social Security Number Meet satisfactory academic progress Certify that you will use federal student aid only for educational purposes Certify that you are not in default on a federal student loan and that you do not owe money on a federal student grant Comply with the Selective Service Registration if required Female students who leave gender blank on the FAFSA will be asked to confirm registration Criminal Record and Ineligibility The law suspends aid eligibility for students convicted under federal or state law of sale or possession of illegal drugs while they are receiving federal student aid The period of ineligibility varies and depends on whether the conviction was for sale or possession and whether the student had previous offenses The student regains eligibility when the period of suspension ends or in some cases only when the student completes an acceptable drug rehabilitation program If you have a conviction or convictions for these offenses call 1 800 4 FED AID 1 800 433 3243 to find out how or if this law applies to you Even if you re ineligible for federal aid you should complete the FAFSA and answer Question 33 because schools use this information in awarding non federal aid If you leave Question 33 of the FAFSA blank you will automatically become ineligible for federal student aid Incarcerated persons have limited eligibility for

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  • Enrollment Impacts on Eligibility | Springfield College
    to 11 credits half time six to eight credits and less than half time enrollment less than six credits Graduate students must be enrolled for at least 6 credits to receive loans Full time is nine credits or more 3 4 time is seven to eight credits and half time is five to six credits Financial Aid decisions are typically based on full time enrollment If a student plans to enroll on a part time basis or will not attend all three terms during the academic year financial aid eligibility may change Please do not make assumptions about eligibility for assistance Contact the Office of Financial Aid prior to any enrollment changes to determine if there will be an adjustment to the financial aid award Leave of Absence Students who wish to take a leave of absence for a term need the approval of their academic advisor and should complete a Leave of Absence Form The form can be picked up at the Office of Student Services at each campus If after one year a student has not re enrolled the student will be withdrawn from the College as of the date he she terminated academic study All monies due to the College must be paid in full prior to the College considering the student s request for approval of a leave of absence Program Withdrawal Students must fill out the Complete Withdrawal Form If the student sends the form by mail he she should send it Return Receipt Requested Certified Mail to his her instructional campus If a student hand delivers the form he she should get a receipt from any School of Human Services personnel All monies due to the College must be paid in full prior to the College considering the student s request for approval of a withdrawal Institution Tuition Refund Policy The institution s tuition refund policy for students provides that if a student s written request for dropping a class es or total withdrawal from the institution is received by the 15th of the second month of each term the student will receive a 100 percent tuition refund If a student s written request is received from the 16th calendar day of the second month until the last day of the second month in each term provided that the withdrawal or leave of absence is granted the student will receive a 50 percent tuition refund If a student s written request is received after the last day of the second month the student will be held responsible for the total amount of tuition Note The same schedule applies to dropped single courses Deadlines for 100 percent credit October 15 for Fall Term February 15 for Spring Term June 15 for Summer Term Deadlines for 50 percent credit October 16 31 for Fall Term February 16 28 for Spring Term June 16 30 for Summer Term Federal Financial Aid Refund Policy When a student withdraws during a term the amount of federal student financial aid

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  • Entrance Counseling | Springfield College
    SC Houston TX Manchester NH Milwaukee WI St Johnsbury VT Southern California Springfield MA Tampa Bay FL Wilmington DE The Student Experience Online Courses Course Registration Student Support Advising Academic Success Center Library Career Services Bookstore Disability Support Services Degree Acceleration Student Resources Admissions Admissions Bachelor s Application Master s Application Application Forms Bachelor of Science Master of Science Tuition Financial Aid Tuition and Fees Payment Plans How to Apply for Financial Aid Federal Financial Aid Grants Federal Pell Grants Other Grants FSEOG Scholarship Opportunities Federal Eligibility Enrollment Impacts on Eligibility Entrance Counseling Student Loan Deferments YMCA Matching Scholarships My Financial Aid Award Fiscal Facts About Us Who We Are About Us Who We Are Top 10 Reasons Mission Accreditation Collaborations Partnerships and Affiliations Alumni Profiles Directory Social Media News School of Professional and Continuing Studies School of Professional and Continuing Studies Financial Aid Office Entrance Counseling Entrance Counseling Students are required by federal regulation to complete Stafford Loan Entrance Counseling before receiving a Federal Stafford student loan Students may complete this either in person with campus personnel or online here Unless you are notified otherwise Stafford Loan Entrance Counseling only needs to be completed once during your enrollment at

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