We've moved!
All Student Financial Services offices are now located in Mellencamp Hall!
Visit the Office of Student Accounts to make a payment in MEL 110 or get your finance related questions answered in the Student Financial Service Center in MEL 162.

An Integrated Customer Service Area

Student Financial Services represents the Offices of Financial Aid Administration, Student Accounts, and Student Scholarships. We serve as students’ and families’ go-to place for answers to questions about scholarships, financial aid, and billing.

Latest News

  • Student Loan Debt Relief
    In August 2022, Federal Student Aid and the Biden-Harris Administration announced a Federal Student Loan Debt Relief Plan of up to $20,000 for loan borrowers who had received a Federal Pell Grant and up to $10,000 for loan borrowers who … Read more
  • Fall Financial FAQs
    Fall 2023 tuition charges are scheduled to be calculated the weekend of June 30 for registered students. Students registering after that date will see their charges shortly afterward. Housing charges should be reflected in your PAWS Student Center shortly before … Read more
  • Spring Disbursement FAQs!
    If you are registered for the spring semester, tuition (and housing if you are living on campus) charges should already be reflected on your PAWS account. Until that time, pay attention to the fact that you may have anticipated aid … Read more
  • Common Cents Quarterly – Issue #2
    This quarter in Common Cents Quarterly: Find an easy, budget friendly chili to warm you up. Make sure you’ve completed your FAFSA filing checklist. Learn about a less obvious type of spending – the emotional kind. Find all this and … Read more
  • Common Cents Quarterly – Issue #1
    This quarter in Common Cents Quarterly: Find fun and free summer activities. Make sure you’ve completed your summer checklist. Learn how students like you manage their summer budget. Find all this and more in the inaugural issue of the  Common … Read more
  • Looking for additional Financial Aid options?
    Most students and families use a variety of resources when it comes to paying for a post-secondary education.  These include: Income and Savings, Scholarships, Grants, and Student Loans. There are also Tax Benefits for Education for which many qualify—but unfortunately, … Read more
  • Financial Aid Pro Tips: Turning in Paperwork
    We do our best to to process all paperwork we get as soon as possible. Now that we're working on both 2017-18 financial aid AND 2018-19 financial aid, we get stacks of paperwork a day. However, what makes our processing … Read more
  • 93,552
    93,552 – That’s the number of courses our Registrar’s Office has reviewed from other colleges and universities.  What does that mean for you?  No matter where you are transferring from, there’s a good chance we’ve already evaluated your coursework and … Read more