A private alternative loan is a non-federal educational loan, through a private lending institution, typically issued in the student's name and requiring a co-signer. These loans vary in the terms, conditions, and eligibility requirements. Before submitting any loan applications, you are encouraged to carefully evaluate the criteria for each loan program to determine which one best meets your unique needs and circumstances. FastChoice: private alternative loan options
Beginning fall 2014, tuition billing and due dates will occur two weeks earlier than in the past. The first fall tuition bill will be available on August 30 and will be due September 13. More information about fall 2014 billing and due dates is available here.
Regents policy, federal law, and state law regulate release of student information to third parties.This link will provide detailed information on parent/guest access and how to provide parent/guest (third party) access to student records.
Your eFAAN should be available late July. When your electronic Financial Aid Award Notice (eFAAN) is ready, you will receive an email directing you to Financial Aid Status, where you can view your eFAAAN and respond to your award offers electronically. Click here for additional information.
By registering for classes, you are entering into a legally-binding contract with the University to pay all tuition and fees, including any non-refundable fees. Click here for additional information.