Resources found on this page are to assist you and your student understand who to ask if you have questions about charges to your student's account, how to obtain scholarships and financial aid, and how to make payments for tuition, housing and other miscellaneous charges.
|131A Wickes Hall||(989) 964-4900|
The Campus Financial Services Center is a one-stop-shop for any of your student's financial needs. Payments for student tuition, housing and other miscellaneous charges are handled here. Payment is accepted by cash, check, or money order. Payments can be made by credit card through Cardinal Direct (payment is processed by a third party vendor, CashNet®. CashNet® accepts American Express, Discover and MasterCard; however, VISA is not accepted. CashNet® assesses a 2.9% service charge on the total amount of the credit card transaction.
A payment plan, the Cardinal Payment Plan, can also be established to pay tuition and fees.
Students living on campus may cash personal checks up to $50. Important payment deadlines are posted on Cardinal Direct, http://cardinaldirect.svsu.edu/.
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|141 Wickes Hall||(989) 964-4103||www.svsu.edu/financialaid.edu||Robert Lemuel|
Maneuvering through the sometimes complicated world of financial aid and scholarship is a process that you need not do alone.
The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid administers a variety of financial aid programs that include scholarships, grants and loans. Remember, students are required to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after January 1 to identify financial need for full consideration of financial assistance, including loans. Information regarding scholarships is available in the Office.
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|173 Wickes Hall||(989) 964-4210||www.svsu.edu/aba/departments/controllers-office/student-financial-services.html||Jennifer Burk|
This is the go-to place to know regarding all financial transactions applicable to your student’s SVSU accounts: tuition, fees, housing, meals, insurance and other miscellaneous accounts receivables; coordinating excess loans, financial aid and other student refunds; third party billings; the Cardinal Payment Plan.
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