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  • School of Social Work Tuition and Fees | Springfield College
    Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Business Office School of Social Work Tuition and Fees Section Menu Business Office Business Office Undergraduate Tuition and Fees Graduate Costs and Fees School of Professional and Continuing Studies Tuition and Fees School of Social Work Tuition and Fees Housing Dining Health Insurance Refund Policy Financial Agreement Payment Options FAQs 1098 T FAQs School of Professional and Continuing Studies Contact Information School of Social Work Administrative Offices Contact Information Accounting School of Social Work Tuition and Fees Tuition Master of Social Work Per Credit Hour 960 Application fee 50 Acceptance fee 200 Credited toward tuition Payment Plan fee 50 Late payment fee Past Due Account Policy 75 Late registration fee 25 Returned check charge 35 Transcript fee official 6 Graduate Student Fees 92 50 Parking fee Waived for social work students Tuition Payment Policy eBills for tuition housing and fees will be generated on July 15 for the fall term Dec 15 for the spring and intersession terms and April 15 for the summer term Payments not received by the due date for the prospective term will be subject to a late fee of 75 for each month a balance is past due Term Due Dates Fall Term Aug 1 Intersession Term Jan 1 Spring Term Jan 1 Summer Term May 1 Registered students are considered enrolled at the College unless they complete a Withdrawal Request form at the Office of the Registrar Not attending classes does not constitute withdrawing or dropping a class Students will be held responsible for all charges on their account Please refer to the College s withdrawal and refund policy Past Due Account Policy

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  • Housing | Springfield College
    Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Business Office Housing Section Menu Business Office Business Office Undergraduate Tuition and Fees Graduate Costs and Fees School of Professional and Continuing Studies Tuition and Fees School of Social Work Tuition and Fees Housing Dining Health Insurance Refund Policy Financial Agreement Payment Options FAQs 1098 T FAQs School of Professional and Continuing Studies Contact Information School of Social Work Administrative Offices Contact Information Accounting Housing Resources Undergraduate Housing Graduate Housing The residential life experience is an important facet of the Springfield College education Therefore undergraduate students are required to live on campus for their first three years All housing rates are billed per semester All housing costs listed below are for the academic year Undergraduate Housing Costs for 2015 16 Double Occupancy 6 280 Single Occupancy 7 860 Single Occupancy in Double Room 9 430 Single Suite Gulick 9 140 Townhouse Apartments 9 580 Senior Suites Apartments 9 580 Living Center Double Occupancy 8 670 Living Center Single Occupancy 9 580 Graduate Housing Costs for 2015 16 Kakley Graduate Annex 9 580 Off campus College owned Apartments Upper Hill 8 570 Off campus College owned Apartments Lower Hill 6 500 Graduate Village 9 210 Married Couple Apartment 12 860 Summer and Intersession housing available by arrangement Residence Life Cancellation Policies The College has a three year residency requirement for first year students sophomore and juniors All housing contracts are for the full academic year First year students sophomores and juniors who have signed a Housing Contract and wish to cancel must notify the Office of Housing Residence Life in writing and the following penalties will be assessed Before May 16 400 May 16 July 1 600 July 2 Oct 17 30 After Oct 17 100 Percentage of housing

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/business-office/housing (2016-02-15)
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  • Health Insurance | Springfield College
    Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Business Office Health Insurance Section Menu Business Office Business Office Undergraduate Tuition and Fees Graduate Costs and Fees School of Professional and Continuing Studies Tuition and Fees School of Social Work Tuition and Fees Housing Dining Health Insurance Refund Policy Financial Agreement Payment Options FAQs 1098 T FAQs School of Professional and Continuing Studies Contact Information School of Social Work Administrative Offices Contact Information Accounting Health Insurance Resources Health Insurance Enrollment The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires that health insurance coverage be provided to all students attending Massachusetts Colleges and Universities who are registered for 75 percent of full time curriculum If you are registered for 75 percent of full time curriculum you will be automatically enrolled in the Springfield College Health Insurance Plan at a cost of 1 750 for the year If you currently

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  • Refund Policy | Springfield College
    Information School of Social Work Administrative Offices Contact Information Accounting Refund Policy Enrollment Status During the first week of classes an undergraduate student may add or drop individual courses If an undergraduate student drops below 12 credits they are charged on a per credit basis and will be considered a part time student Please note that financial aid eligibility and participation in varsity athletics may be affected Please check with the appropriate offices to determine the impact of part time enrollment If courses exceed 18 credits you will be charged at the per credit rate for all credits exceeding 18 in a semester During the first week of classes graduate students may add or drop individual courses for which they will be billed or credited respectively Undergraduate and graduate students who drop individual courses after the second week of a semester are not eligible for a refund If you withdraw from all courses please refer to the Refund Policy Credit Balance Refund Policies Students are encouraged to sign up for electronic refunds eRefunds to have their money automatically deposited into their bank account To enroll students can log into their PrideNET account click My Profile tab click My Student Account then click the Go to CashNet Link Go to the eRefund Section located below the recent payments section and follow the steps This is the most secure and quickest method for receiving a refund Students not enrolled in direct deposit will be issued a check within fourteen days unless the student authorizes the College in writing to hold the credit balance for a future semester Refund checks will be made payable to the student unless the student requests in writing that the refund check be made payable to another party Plus Loan refunds will be made payable to the parent

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  • Financial Agreement/Payment Options | Springfield College
    a result of their registration and other activity on campus A Financial Agreement must be set up in PrideNET each semester Pay the balance net of estimated financial aid at the beginning of each semester Aug 1 and Jan 1 Pay the balance in four monthly installments net of estimated financial aid per semester beginning August 1 through Nov 1 for the fall semester and Jan 1 through April 1 for the spring semester The processing fee to participate in this plan is 50 per semester Apply for loans to cover the total net cost Loans should be approved prior to the start of the semester Any combination of the above is acceptable If financial aid is not reflected in the Financial Agreement the full amount is due for the semester and a payment will be required until financial aid is awarded and accepted by the student Student should refer to My Financial Aid in PrideNET to view the Financial Aid Documents and Requirements link and submit any incomplete or missing documents A life insurance policy is included in the four month installment plan at no additional cost The life insurance plan covers the remaining balance on the student account for that semester if the deceased parent s or guardian s were designated as a responsible person for the payment plan and they are under 65 years of age Once you select and submit your Financial Agreement the Business Office will be notified of your intentions for the semester Accepted Payment Methods Cashnet PrideNET portal Electronic Check requires banking and account number Credit Cards each credit card transaction is assessed a 2 75 convenience fee In Person Cash checks or money orders Please include your student ID on the check or money order Mail Check or money orders made payable to Springfield College and mailed to Springfield College Business Office 263 Alden Street Springfield MA 01109 Please include your student ID number on the check or money order Please do not send any cash through the mail Please refer to our Return Check Policy for information on returned payments Tuition Payment Policy eBills for tuition housing and fees will be generated on July 15 for the fall term Dec 15 for the spring and intersession terms and April 15 for the summer term Payments not received by the due date for the prospective term will be subject to a late fee of 75 for each month a balance is past due Term Due Dates Fall Term Aug 1 Intersession Term Jan 1 Spring Term Jan 1 Summer Term May 1 Registered students are considered enrolled at the College unless they complete a Withdrawal Request form at the Office of the Registrar Not attending classes does not constitute withdrawing or dropping a class Students will be held responsible for all charges on their account Please refer to the College s withdrawal and refund policy Past Due Account Policy Students with accounts that are not paid in full by the tuition due

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  • FAQs | Springfield College
    fax a completed Meal Plan Agreement Form to 413 748 5225 You cannot cancel a meal plan if you reside in a traditional residence hall Why am I being charged for health insurance The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires that health insurance coverage be provided to all students attending Massachusetts Colleges and Universities who are registered for 75 percent of full time curriculum If you are registered for 75 percent of full time curriculum you will be automatically enrolled in the Springfield College health insurance plan How do I enroll or decline the student health insurance Read more about student health insurance Am I eligible for a book voucher Book vouchers are granted to students who will have excess funds from a loan or scholarship Your financial aid must be completed and be ready for disbursement Book Vouchers are issued in the Business Office and Springfield College student ID must be shown How much do I owe All charges minus estimated financial aid including parent loans and scholarships are the amount due Unless you are participating in the monthly installment plan this balance is due by the statement due date Work Study is not included in the amount to be deducted as students are issued a payroll check for the hours worked How does work study work A payroll check is issued to you for the hours worked You also can sign up for direct deposit by filling out the form and submitting it to the Office of Human Resources Otherwise all checks are mailed to the address that is on file with the Office of Human Resources Download the direct deposit form What payment options are available Springfield College offers several payment plan options Pay the balance net of estimated financial aid at the beginning of each semester Aug 1 and Jan 1 Pay the balance in four monthly installments net of estimated financial aid per semester beginning August 1 through Nov 1 for the fall semester and Jan 1 through April 1 for the spring semester The processing fee to participate in this plan is 50 per semester Apply for loans to cover the total net cost Loans should be approved prior to the start of the semester Any combination of the above is acceptable How do I select a payment option Log into PrideNET go to My Profile tab My Student Account link then click on eBill Financial Agreement view eBill for current semester scroll down to the bottom and click on financial agreement Once you have selected and submitted your financial agreement the Business Office will be notified of your intentions for the semester Print a copy for your records We also offer other payment options How do I pay my bill Springfield College Business Office accepts cash checks and money orders for the payment of tuition and fees Our office cannot accept credit card payments however credit card payments can be made online We apologize for the inconvenience Springfield College students who are currently enrolled can

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  • 1098-T FAQs | Springfield College
    are required to submit the student s name address and taxpayer identification number enrollment and academic status amounts pertaining to qualified tuition related expenses and scholarships and or grants taxable or not This form is for informational purposes only While it is a good starting point the 1098 T as designed and regulated by the IRS does not contain all the information needed to claim a tax credit Why did I receive a 1098 T and what am I supposed to do with it In January of each year Springfield College mails an IRS Form 1098 T to all students who had qualified tuition and other related educational expenses billed to them during the previous calendar year This form is informational only and should not be considered as tax opinion or advice It serves to alert students that they may be eligible for federal income tax education credits Receipt of Form 1098 T does not indicate eligibility for the tax credit To determine the amount of qualified tuition and expenses paid and the amounts of scholarships and grants received a taxpayer should use their own financial records It is up to the taxpayer to determine eligibility for the tax credits Why didn t I receive a 1098 T Springfield College does not issue a Form 1098 T if financial aid equals or exceeds tuition charges or if the student is enrolled in non credit classes What do the boxes on the 1098 T mean and why is there nothing in Box 1 Box 1 This box will be blank When the IRS first required amounts to be reported on the 1098 T it allowed eligible educational institutions to choose to report payments received or amounts billed for qualified tuition and related expenses Springfield College chose to report amounts billed IRS permission would be required to change the reporting method Box 2 The amount billed to the student for qualified tuition and related expenses during the calendar year less any related reimbursements or refunds This amount may be different from the amount actually paid during the calendar year Under section 25A of the Internal Revenue Code and associated regulations a taxpayer may take a tuition and fee deduction or claim an education tax credit only with respect to qualified tuition and related expenses actually paid during the calendar year Box 3 This box will not be checked since Springfield College did not change its method of reporting for the calendar year Box 4 The amount of any adjustments made to qualified tuition and related expenses reported on a prior year Form 1098 T This amount may reduce any allowable education credits students may claim for the prior year See IRS Form 8863 or IRS Publication 970 for more information Box 5 The total amount of scholarships or grants administered and processed by Springfield College during the calendar year Box 6 The amount of any adjustments made for prior year scholarships or grants This amount may affect the amount of any allowable

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  • School of Professional and Continuing Studies Contact Information | Springfield College
    Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Business Office School of Professional and Continuing Studies Contact Information Section Menu Business Office Business Office Undergraduate Tuition and Fees Graduate Costs and Fees School of Professional and Continuing Studies Tuition and Fees School of Social Work Tuition and Fees Housing Dining Health Insurance Refund Policy Financial Agreement Payment Options FAQs 1098 T FAQs School of Professional and Continuing Studies Contact Information School of Social Work Administrative Offices Contact Information Accounting School of Professional and Continuing Studies Contact Information The information below has been prepared by the Business Office staff The Business Office staff is dedicated to helping students and their families get the information they need Please contact the appropriate individual office listed below for further questions and information All policies procedures practices costs etc are subject to change without further notice Business Office Megan Hart 413 748 3183 option 1 Business Office

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