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Summer Dates and Deadlines

Maymester 2017 Summary

  • Maymester – May 15-May 31
  • 1st Billing Statements produced – April 21
  • Installment Payment Plan – not available for Maymester
  • Short-Term Loans – available online through SFA’s Financial Aid Web page May 11-May 17 (must have $0 previous balance)
  • Cash Advances on credit balances – not available for Maymester


Detailed Schedule – Maymester 2017

April 21

1st Billing Statements produced. Email notifications will be sent to students’ SFA Jacks email accounts. Authorized users will be notified at the email address provided in the eBill system. (Billing Statements will be generated thereafter on a weekly basis.)

May 7

Preregistered students owing a previous balance – dropped from all Maymester classes for nonpayment at 5 p.m.

May 11

Short-Term Loans begin (must have $0 previous balance)

May 14

Bills due by 5 p.m. Students must make payment or sign up for Short-Term Loan (must have $0 previous balance). Business Office open until 5 p.m. Drop from all Maymester classes for nonpayment at 5 p.m.

May 14

Last day of early registration period (last day to register without a Late Registration Fee - $25)

May 14

Last day to withdraw with 100% refund

May 15

Classes begin

May 15

Late Registration Fee begins - $25

May 16

Students must make full payment or sign up for Short-Term Loan (must have $0 previous balance). Business Office open until 5 p.m. Drop from one or more classes depending on balance owed at 5 p.m.

May 16

Last day to drop with a refund (must still be enrolled in at least one class). See Drop refund schedule, below.

May 16

Last day to withdraw with a partial refund. See Withdrawal refund schedule, below.

May 17

Last day to apply for Short-Term Loan (deadline 5 p.m.)

May 17

Last day to be added or reinstated into classes; Late Add Fee and/or Reinstatement Fee applies - $50 per credit hour. Students may add or be reinstated in classes only upon approval of the instructor, the department chair, and the dean. Full payment must be made to be reinstated.

May 18

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) determined by Financial Aid Office - students not meeting SAP will have their financial aid canceled

May 29

Memorial Day Holiday – University closed

May 30

Disbursement of financial aid begins

June 28

Last day to apply for Exemption or Waiver

July 6

Short-Term Loans due

July 7

Late Fee charged if Short-Term Loans are not paid in full - $25


WITHDRAWAL

Any student officially withdrawing from the University is eligible for a refund of tuition and certain fees according to the following schedule. A student withdrawing prior to the first class day will be assessed a matriculation fee of $15.

Maymester Withdrawal Date Refund Amount

On or before May 14

100%

May 15

80%

May 16

50%

After May 16

0%


DROP

The following refund schedule is applicable provided the student remains enrolled (i.e., does not drop to 0 hours). If the student drops to 0 hours, it is considered a withdrawal and the Withdrawal refund schedule above is applicable.

Maymester Last Day to Drop with Refund Refund Amount
May 16 100%


NOTE: The above withdrawal and drop policies may be modified at any time without prior notice in order to comply with laws, regulations, policies, or guidelines. If financial aid has been posted to a student’s account, the student may still owe the University a balance after these refunds have been applied.

Questions? Contact the SFA Business Office:
businessoffice@sfasu.edu • (936) 468-6960 • Austin Building, 2nd floor

Summer I 2017 Summary

  • Summer I – June 5-July 7
  • 1st Billing Statements produced – May 19
  • Installment Payment Plan – available May 19-June 28 (must have $0 previous balance)
  • Short-Term Loans – available online through SFA’s Financial Aid Web page May 22-June 28 (must have $0 previous balance)
  • Cash Advances on credit balances – June 5-June 13 (maximum amount $500); Cash Advances will be processed through BankMobile

NOTE: The term "current amounts due" is used in the schedule below. A student may pay the "current amounts due" in any of these three ways:

  • Make payment in full
  • Enroll in an Installment Payment Plan and make the first installment payment by the due date (must have $0 previous balance)
  • Apply for a Short-Term Loan (must have $0 previous balance)

Detailed Schedule – Summer I 2017

May 18

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) determined by Financial Aid Office - students not meeting SAP will have their financial aid canceled

May 19

1st Billing Statements produced. Email notifications will be sent to students’ SFA Jacks email accounts. Authorized users will be notified at the email address provided in the eBill system. (Billing statements will be generated thereafter on a weekly basis.)

May 19

Installment Payment Plan available (must have $0 previous balance)

May 22

Short-Term Loans begin (must have $0 previous balance)

May 28

Preregistered students owing a previous balance – dropped from all Summer I classes for nonpayment at 5 p.m.

May 30

1st disbursement of financial aid posted to student accounts

June 4

Last day of early registration period (last day to register without a Late Registration Fee - $25)

June 4

Bills due by 5 p.m. Students must pay current amounts due – See NOTE above for acceptable payment methods. Business Office open until 5 p.m. Drop from all Summer I classes for nonpayment at 5 p.m.

June 4

Last day to withdraw with 100% refund

June 4

1st installment of Installment Payment Plan due

June 5

Classes begin

June 5

Late Registration Fee begins - $25

June 5

Late Installment Fee charged - $25

June 5

Cash Advances on credit balances begin - maximum amount $500

June 6

Last day to withdraw with a partial refund. See Withdrawal refund schedule, below.

June 8

Last day to drop with a refund (must still be enrolled in at least one class). See Drop refund schedule, below.

June 12

Late Add Fee begins - $50 per credit hour

June 12

Students must pay current amounts due – See NOTE above for acceptable payment methods. Business Office open until 5 p.m. Drop from one or more Summer I classes depending on balance owed at 5 p.m.

June 13

Reinstatement Fee begins - $50 per credit hour

June 13

Last day for Cash Advances on credit balances

June 13

Last day to make charges against credit balances at Barnes & Noble bookstore

June 16

Student refunds begin and will be processed through BankMobile

June 28

Last day to be added or reinstated into classes; Late Add Fee and/or Reinstatement Fee applies - $50 per credit hour. Students may add or be reinstated in classes only upon approval of the instructor, the department chair, and the dean. Full payment must be made to be reinstated.

June 28

Last day to apply for Exemption or Waiver

June 28

Last day to enroll in Installment Payment Plan

June 28

Last day to apply for Short-Term Loan (deadline 5 p.m.)

July 3

2nd installment of Installment Payment Plan due

July 4

4th of July Holiday - University closed

July 5

2nd disbursement of financial aid posted to student accounts

July 5

Late Installment Fee charged - $25

July 6

Short-Term Loans due

July 7

Late Fee charged if Short-Term Loans are not paid in full - $25

 

WITHDRAWAL - Summer I
Any student officially withdrawing from the University is eligible for a refund of tuition and certain fees according to the following schedule. A student withdrawing prior to the first class day will be assessed a matriculation fee of $15.

Summer terms (5 weeks or less):

Withdrawal Date Refund Amount

On or before June 4

100%

June 5

80%

June 6

50%

After June 6

0%


DROP - Summer I

The following refund schedule is applicable provided the student remains enrolled (i.e., does not drop to 0 hours). If the student drops to 0 hours, it is considered a withdrawal and the Withdrawal refund schedule above is applicable.

Last Day to Drop with Refund Refund Amount
June 8 100%


NOTE: The above withdrawal and drop policies may be modified at any time without prior notice in order to comply with laws, regulations, policies, or guidelines. If financial aid has been posted to a student’s account, the student may still owe the University a balance after these refunds have been applied.

Questions? Contact the SFA Business Office:
businessoffice@sfasu.edu • (936) 468-6960 • Austin Building, 2nd floor

 

Summer II 2017 Summary

  • Summer II – July 11-August 11
  • 1st Billing Statements produced – June 16
  • Installment Payment Plan – available June 16-Aug 3 (must have $0 previous balance)
  • Short-Term Loans – available online through SFA’s Financial Aid Web page June 29-Aug 3 (must have $0 previous balance)
  • Cash Advances on credit balances – July 11-July 18 (maximum amount $500); Cash Advances will be processed through BankMobile

NOTE: The term "current amounts due" is used in the schedule below. A student may pay the "current amounts due" in any of these three ways:

  • Make payment in full
  • Enroll in an Installment Payment Plan and make the first installment payment by the due date (must have $0 previous balance)
  • Apply for a Short-Term Loan (must have $0 previous balance)

Detailed Schedule – Summer II 2017

May 18

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) determined by Financial Aid Office - students not meeting SAP will have their financial aid canceled

June 16

1st Billing Statements produced. Email notifications will be sent to students’ SFA Jacks email accounts. Authorized users will be notified at the email address provided in the eBill system. (Billing statements will be generated thereafter on a weekly basis.)

June 16

Installment Payment Plan available (must have $0 previous balance)

June 29

Short-Term Loans begin (must have $0 previous balance)

July 3

Preregistered students owing a previous balance – dropped from all Summer II classes for nonpayment at 5 p.m.

July 5

2nd disbursement of financial aid posted to student accounts

July 10

Last day of early registration period (last day to register without a Late Registration Fee - $25)

July 10

Bills due by 5 p.m. Students must pay current amounts due – See NOTE above for acceptable payment methods. Business Office open until 5 p.m. Drop from all Summer II classes for nonpayment at 5 p.m.

July 10

Last day to withdraw with 100% refund

July 10

1st installment of Installment Payment Plan due

July 11

Classes begin

July 11

Late Registration Fee begins - $25

July 11

Late Installment Fee charged - $25

July 11

Cash Advances on credit balances begin - maximum amount $500

July 12

Last day to withdraw with a partial refund. See Withdrawal refund schedule, below.

July 17

Last day to drop with a refund (must still be enrolled in at least one class). See Drop refund schedule, below.

July 18

Late Add Fee begins - $50 per credit hour

July 18

Students must pay current amounts due – See NOTE above for acceptable payment methods. Business Office open until 5 p.m. Drop from one or more Summer II classes depending on balance owed at 5 p.m.

July 18

Last day for Cash Advances on credit balances

July 18

Last day to make charges against credit balances at Barnes & Noble bookstore

July 19

Reinstatement Fee begins - $50 per credit hour

July 21

Student refunds begin and will be processed through BankMobile

Aug 3

Last day to be added or reinstated into classes; Late Add Fee and/or Reinstatement Fee applies - $50 per credit hour. Students may add or be reinstated in classes only upon approval of the instructor, the department chair, and the dean. Full payment must be made to be reinstated.

Aug 3

Last day to apply for Exemption or Waiver

Aug 3

Last day to enroll in Installment Payment Plan

Aug 3

Last day to apply for Short-Term Loan (deadline 5 p.m.)

Aug 4

2nd installment of Installment Payment Plan due

Aug 4

Short-Term Loans due

Aug 7

Late Installment Fee charged - $25

Aug 7

Late Fee charged if Short-Term Loans are not paid in full - $25

 

WITHDRAWAL - Summer II
Any student officially withdrawing from the University is eligible for a refund of tuition and certain fees according to the following schedule. A student withdrawing prior to the first class day will be assessed a matriculation fee of $15.

Summer terms (5 weeks or less):

Withdrawal Date Refund Amount

On or before July 10

100%

July 11

80%

July 12

50%

After July 12

0%

 

DROP - Summer II
The following refund schedule is applicable provided the student remains enrolled (i.e., does not drop to 0 hours). If the student drops to 0 hours, it is considered a withdrawal and the Withdrawal refund schedule above is applicable.

Last Day to Drop with Refund Refund Amount
July 17 100%


NOTE: The above withdrawal and drop policies may be modified at any time without prior notice in order to comply with laws, regulations, policies, or guidelines. If financial aid has been posted to a student’s account, the student may still owe the University a balance after these refunds have been applied.

Questions? Contact the SFA Business Office:
businessoffice@sfasu.edu • (936) 468-6960 • Austin Building, 2nd floor

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