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Paying For College

Staff in the Office of Financial Aid aim to assist students in financing educational opportunities through excellent customer service and professional teamwork. We are here to help you meet your educational goals. Learn more at
Jul 25 '14
Jul 24 '14

Remember to save your receipts for all textbooks that you purchase for school. Learn more about tax benefits for educational expenses at 

Jul 24 '14
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Take a few minutes to review this important information. It will help you learn the questions you should ask BEFORE borrowing any funds.


Jul 22 '14
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Jul 18 '14

Fall Registration Reminders - Register FOR SCS Courses

For the 2014-2015 academic year, tuition for all School of Continuing Studies UNDERGRADUATE courses (taken for credit or audited) is $351 per credit hour, or $1,053 for a typical three-credit course. Students will also pay university and student activity fees (maximum $65 per semester).

Keep in mind, however, that this lower tuition rate only applies to courses offered through the School of Continuing Studies. Higher rates apply to courses taken from any other division. You can review the tuition charges for classes taken through other colleges and schools at

REMEMBER: There are annual limits to the amount you can borrow under the Federal Student Loan Programs. These limits DO NOT INCREASE if you choose to take non SCS courses

Jul 17 '14
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Jul 14 '14

To help celebrate the second annual Military Consumer Protection Day, MilitarySaves, the Department of Defense, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Federal Trade Commission will host a town hall/Twitter chat at 1  p.m. CST, July 16. To join the conversation, which is focused on identity theft and credit-related issues, submit questions using the hashtag #MCPD2014

Military Consumer Protection Day  is part of Military Consumer, a year-round campaign to empower and engage servicemembers, veterans and their families with information related to pocketbook issues.