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  • Business Office
    Payment Payment Arrangements Refund Policy Workstudy Checks Academic Progress Policy Insurance Staff International Students Policies Residential Current Students Student Services Business Office Business Office Location and Hours of Service Located on the second floor of Salveson Hall the Business Office hours are Monday to Friday 8 30 a m to 4 p m with other hours by appointment Contact Information Students may contact the Business Office by e mailing studentaccounts

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/residential/current-students/student-services-and-resources/business-office (2016-02-13)
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  • Tuition & Payment Information
    charges tuition comprehensive fee and residential living charges Full time Tuition Annually Per Semester Tuition 19 804 9 902 Comprehensive Fee 1 080 540 Room and Board 6 994 3 497 Total Cost of Attendance 27 878 13 939 Overload Tuition 566 per credit hour If a student is enrolled in eighteen 18 or more credit hours during a semester an overload charge for each credit hour over seventeen and one half 17 5 will be assessed Part time Tuition 269 per credit hour for 1 to 8 5 credits 539 per credit hour for 9 to 11 5 credits Comprehensive Fee Full time Students 1080 annually Part time Students 118 annually The comprehensive fee for all students covers admission to student activities athletic events use of library and learning resources campus ministry campus health services and other services generally available to students A portion of the fee goes directly to the Student Senate to support the many student activities and organizations Students are also entitled to receive three transcripts at no charge The comprehensive fee for full time students also includes membership at the Forest City YMCA accident insurance and the laptop service fee The comprehensive fee is charged to students each semester the student is enrolled Residential Living Housing with Meal Plan Annually Per Semester Double Room 6 994 3 497 Breen Room Ormseth Single 7 592 3 796 Single Room 8 192 4 096 Theme Room 7 592 3 796 Waldorf offers three meal plans for our students to choose from at the same cost 19 meals per week 125 Flex required for first year students in their first semester 12 meals per week 225 Flex 125 meals per semester 300 Flex Commuter meal plans for off campus and Timberland residents are also available Course Fees The

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  • Terms of Payment
    Office Business Office Tuition Payment Information Terms of Payment Payment Arrangements Refund Policy Workstudy Checks Academic Progress Policy Insurance Staff International Students Policies Residential Current Students Student Services Business Office Terms of Payment Terms of Payment By act of registration students accept the responsibility to pay the charges for the entire semester regardless of the method or source of payment Suitable payment arrangements must be made each semester before the third day of classes Students who do not pay or make suitable payment arrangements for their semester bill will be placed on Business Hold and may not be allowed to attend class or participate in activities until payment or arrangements have been made at the Business Office The College reserves the right to withhold registration materials transcripts diplomas and all other information regarding the record of any student who is in arrears in the payment of tuition fees or any other amounts due the College including Perkins or Direct Student Loans A student may be dismissed from the College for continued delinquency of financial obligations Unpaid bills will be turned over to a collection agency Collection and or other finance charges must be paid by the student in addition to

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  • Refund Policy
    number of days of the term you attend If you completely withdraw from school during a term the school must calculate according to a specific formula the portion of the total scheduled financial assistance you have earned and are therefore entitled to receive up to the time you withdrew If you receive or the College receives on your behalf less assistance than the amount you have earned you may be able to receive those additional funds The portion of your Federal grants and loans you are entitled to receive is calculated on a percentage basis by comparing the total number of calendar days in the semester to the number of calendar days you completed before you withdrew The total number of calendar days in a semester shall exclude any scheduled breaks of more than five days For example if you complete 30 of the semester you earn 30 of the assistance you were originally scheduled to receive This means that 70 of our scheduled awards remain unearned and must be returned to the Federal government Federal aid funds are returned in the following order both by the College and the student Unsubsidized Federal Direct Stafford Loans Subsidized Federal Direct Stafford Loans Federal Perkins Loans Federal Direct PLUS Loans Federal Pell Grants Federal ACG Grant Federal SMART Grant Federal SEOG Grants Federal TEACH Grant Other Federal aid programs Once you have completed more than 60 of the semester you can be said to have earned all 100 of your assistance If you withdraw from the College either officially or unofficially before completing 60 of the semester you may have to repay any unearned Federal funds that were already disbursed to you Your withdrawal date will be determined by the College as 1 the date you began the College withdrawal process or the date you officially notified the Registrar of your intent to withdraw 2 the midpoint of the semester if you withdraw without notifying the College or 3 your last date of attendance at an academically related activity as documented by the College If you have received excess funds that must be returned to the government the College shares with you the responsibility of returning those excess funds The College s portion of the excess funds to be returned is equal to the lesser of the following The entire amount of the excess funds Your total tuition and fee charges multiplied by the percentage of un earned funds If the College is not required to return all of the excess funds you must return the remaining amount Any loan funds that you must return must be repaid according to the terms of your promissory note If you must return any grant funds the law provides that the amount you must repay is to be reduced by 50 This means that you only have to return half of any excess funds you receive If the return of unearned Federal assistance causes any portion of your tuition and fees to become uncovered you

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/residential/current-students/student-services-and-resources/business-office/refund-policy (2016-02-13)
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  • Workstudy Checks
    monthly work study paychecks as they actually work and earn up to their eligible amount Job openings or assignment information is available through the Financial Aid Office Student payday is the 10th of each month unless the 10th falls on a weekend or a holiday then it will process on the preceding Friday or prior business day After presenting a form of photo ID paychecks may be picked up at

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/residential/current-students/student-services-and-resources/business-office/workstudy-checks (2016-02-13)
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  • Academic Progress Policy
    be placed on academic warning for the following semester If a student has less than a 1 00 GPA and less than 10 credits after the first semester the student will be dismissed from the College All students on academic warning must take part in the Academic Support Program ASP If the student does not attain the minimum grade point average or the minimum cumulative credits by the end of the warning semester the student will be dismissed from the College The full time student may submit a formal written appeal of the dismissal to the Academic Progress Committee The appeal must include the reason s why the student failed to meet satisfactory academic progress and what will change to allow the student to meet the standards at the next evaluation The committee will make one of the following decisions regarding the student s appeal The appeal will be denied the student will be dismissed academically and no longer be eligible for financial aid The appeal will be granted and the student placed on Academic Probation for one semester the student should be able to meet satisfactory academic progress by the end of the probationary semester If the student does not meet satisfactory academic progress at the end of the probationary semester the student will be dismissed The appeal will be granted and the student will be placed on an Academic Plan because satisfactory progress can t be met within one semester The Academic Plan monitored on an individual basis will ensure that the student will be able to meet satisfactory academic progress by a specific point in time will have set conditions and can be evaluated at whatever periods as determined by the plan or at a minimum at the end of every semester The student will be dismissed

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  • Insurance
    from last year Out of Pocket Maximum 5 000 includes Deductibles Co payments including Rx and Co insurance Office Visits In Network 15 Co payment then 70 after Deductible is met ER Visits In Network 250 Co payment waived if admitted then 70 after Deductible is met Physical Occupational Speech Therapy In Network 70 after Deductible is met 1 visit per day limit X rays Labs PET CAT MRI In Network 70 after Deductible is met Dental Vision and hearing testing only covered in the event of an injury maximum benefit 500 per dental injury Global Emergency Services Travel Assistance The plan is purchased for the entire twelve months and cannot be canceled after the deadline to waived date September 7 2015 All of the benefits can be viewed at www sas mn com later this summer The above points are highlights from the plan document We encourage you to read the website for the complete benefits In the event there are differences between this handout and the official plan document the plan document controls Prepared By Underwritten By STUDENT ASSURANCE SERVICES INC NATIONWIDE LIFE College Division PO Box 196 Stillwater MN 55082 0196 800 328 2739 One Nationwide Plaza Columbus OH 43215 877 669 6877 If you have any questions please contact Bev Retland in the Business Office at retlandb waldorf edu or 641 585 8144 Questions to Ask Your Current Health Insurance Carrier Is my student s health insurance adequate while attending Waldorf College in Forest City IA Does my student s health insurance work at Mercy Clinic and or Mayo Clinics in North IA Will my student s health insurance cover more than a medical emergency or Urgent Care If my student s health insurance is a HMO does it have a Guest Membership option that would allow my student to see providers besides ER Urgent Care in the Forest City area Does my student need to get a referral from a Primary Care Provider before visiting any other provider in order for the insurance to cover the visit 2015 2016 Supplemental Secondary Excess Accident Insurance Plan Waldorf College s full time residential program students are automatically enrolled in a supplemental secondary excess accident insurance plan from August 1 through July 31 each year with no additional cost to the student Please note that this plan is for accidents and injuries only It is also an excess plan and NEVER pays as primary it does not cover illnesses and only pays after the student s private health insurance has been processed For a variety of reasons not the least of which is the further implementation of the Affordable Care Act the health insurance landscape is changing As a result we find ourselves in a position where certain changes to our Supplemental Secondary Excess Accident Plan need to be made Please make note of this year s plan benefits It is always the student s personal responsibility to pay their medical bills All students need to rely on

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  • International Medical Insurance Info
    2015 Waldorf College is extremely interested in making your academic and personal experience meaningful and successful during your time here Your health and wellness are key components of that experience All Waldorf College international students are required to take part in the health insurance plan offered by Waldorf College or waive off with proof of adequate coverage The health insurance plan offered by Waldorf is designed specifically for college students As a full time international student you will be automatically enrolled in this plan there are no extra documents you need to send to apply We will take care of that for you If you already have health insurance and want to investigate the possibility of it being adequate to waive off the offered plan here are some point to consider Does the plan must have a United States claims mailing address US providers only file claims to US addresses Does the plan work with providers in the Forest City IA area Not just ER and or Urgent Care but for all providers clinics physical therapy etc Does the plan cover illnesses and injuries If you can answer yes to the above questions and want to waive off the offered

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