If you live off campus, please be sure that your off-campus address is updated with Residence Life.
In order to have a book voucher available by the first day of classes for the spring semester, emergency cash advance/bookstore vouchers must be submitted by Thursday, January 19, 2017 at Noon, to allow time for processing. Requests submitted by January 19th will be available on the first day of the 2017/SP semester, Monday, January 23, 2017.
You may apply for an emergency cash advance or bookstore voucher after the above dates, however, the funds/vouchers will not be available until after the first day of class. Please review the email you receive for information regarding the date your request will be available.
Requests for emergency cash advances may be made for emergency situations only.
Approved cash advance requests on finalized financial aid exceeding current charges will be limited to a maximum of $600. These
funds will allow students to cover the cost of incidentals related to
college attendance until refund checks are issued. Students will need to
plan accordingly to cover expenses until refund checks for 2017/SP are mailed after Friday, March 10, 2017.
Questions about this procedure? Contact Julie Cimino at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 570-662-4388.
If a student's financial aid is finalized and the disbursement of financial aid and/or loans exceeds the student's charges, the student will be eligible for a refund.
PLEASE do not contact the campus mail room or the United States Postal Service concerning the delivery of your refund check. The mail room can only deliver your refund check to the dorm mail box. Questions regarding the delivery of refund checks should be direct to Julie Cimino at 570-662-4388 or email@example.com.
Students should be prepared to pay for books and/or any off-campus living expenses they may have at the beginning of the 2017/SP semester. January 3, 2017 is the expected date you may begin to purchase 2017/SP semester books online at http://www.mansfieldbookstore.com. Purchase your books early in order to take advantage of great prices on used books.
Student should review their Residence Hall/Local Off-Campus address via Student contact Information at http://my.mansfield.edu/. If the address listed is incorrect, please follow the instructions on the webpage to change the address information.
Active-Duty Military Students - A full refund of tuition will be granted to students of any PASSHE universities who are military reservists or members of the National Guard and are ordered to active military service by the President of the United States or the Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Tuition, housing and miscellaneous fees, excluding the technology fee, will be adjusted according to the refund policy listed below. The Board of Governor's policy states that the technology fee is non-refundable. Dining is adjusted at a weekly rate.
|Jan 23 - Jan 30||May 30 - June 2||July 5 - July 7|
|Jan 31 - Feb 2||June 3 - June 4||July 8 - July 9|
|Feb 3 - Feb 9||June 5||July 10|
|Feb 10 - Feb 16||June 6||July 11 - July 12|
|Feb 17 - Feb 26||June 7||July 13 - July 14|
|Feb 27 - May 12||June 8 - June 29||July 15 - August 10|
Students who withdraw from all classes prior to completing more than 60 percent of the payment period will have their Federal aid calculated based on the percentage of the term completed, which shall be calculated as follows:
#days completed by student
total # of days in term
The total number of calendar days in a term excludes any scheduled break of five days or more.
Unearned Federal aid (the amount that must be returned to the appropriate program) will be returned in the following order: Unsubsidized Direct Loans, Subsidized Direct Loans, Perkins Loans, PLUS loans, PELL Grant, and SEOG Grant.
Tuition and miscellaneous fees will be adjusted at 100 percent through the drop period with the exception of the technology fee. The technology fee is non-refundable. There will be no reduction after the drop period.