Did you complete a FAFSA?
To determine your eligibility for federal, state and/or need-based financial aid, make sure to complete the FAFSA every year you plan to attend. For us, the academic year always begins with the Fall semester and ends with Spring/Summer.
Is your Financial Aid File Complete?
If not, you may have missing information needed to complete your file.
Have you accepted your awards?
Accepting your awards is not a binding contract to enroll, it just lets you know what your eligibility is. By signing it, you are initiating other processes that ensure everything is in place for any payment due date.
Learn more about the various forms of financial aid available to assist in financing your education; such as scholarships, grants, student loans, work-study, and other student employment opportunities.
Payment methods include online by Echeck or credit card, by mail by check or money order, or in-person by cash, check or money order.
View the upcoming semester deadlines for making tuition, housing and meal plan payments.
The U.S. Department of Education Federal Student Aid provides billions in grants, loans, and work-study funds to help pay for college. In order to apply for federal student aid (including loans), state and SVSU aid, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is used to determine student eligibility.
Campus Financial Services Center can accept tuition & other payments, assist you throughout the financial aid process, answer questions on student account charges, refunds and more.
Educational loans are available to assist students/parents with educational costs. Loans must be repaid. Students should always file a FAFSA first to determine any federal loan eligibility. When that eligibility is exhausted, Federal Parent PLUS Loan's and alternative loans may be the next consideration. Please review the options available in this link.