Satisfactory financial arrangements need to be in place on or before the due date. This may include enrolling in the Tuition Assistant monthly payment plan. The balance after estimated Financial Aid must be paid in full or included in the Tuition Assistant payment plan. A student who fails to meet his/her financial obligations may not attend classes, live in residence halls, participate in athletic programs, or utilize campus facilities. Students who fail to complete their payment obligations will not be able to register for future terms or receive official transcripts or their diploma.
All full-time students are required by Connecticut state law to carry health insurance. International students are required to enroll in the school based insurance.
United States based students may enroll in or waive off of the College-sponsored accident and sickness policy. You must waive the student health insurance annually at gallagherstudent.com/albertus日本一本道a不卡免费 by the deadline. Students are automatically billed for the student insurance. You must show proof of adequate U.S. based coverage to Gallagher Koster in order to waive the College-sponsored policy in order to reverse the charge on your bill.
Financial Aid recipients with excess federal funds (have a projected credit) may be eligible for a Title IV book voucher: Book vouchers will be issued by the Business Office one week prior to the start and during the first two weeks of each semester, for those who qualify. Students may request an amount equivalent to his/her projected credit for the term, not to exceed $450.00
Albertus Magnus College is committed to protecting the privacy of our student education records. In compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), the College generally will not share student academic and/or financial records with third parties, including parents, without student consent.
Students can choose to allow Albertus Magnus College to disclose education and/or financial information to certain individuals. To grant permissions, students need to click Add Parent/Guardian/Employer under the My Account/Web Services tile of myAlbertus.
日本一本道a不卡免费Yes. Full-time day students of Albertus Magnus College holding junior or senior standing may enroll in the Albertus Magnus College Accelerated Degree Program courses, but the adviser and Vice President for Academic Affairs or the Academic Dean must approve them first. For billing purposes, these courses will be considered part of the student's overall load and will be billed at the full-time day program rates (including overload rates for more than 18 credits in any one semester).
日本一本道a不卡免费Yes. During Summer MOD 5, a day student is allowed to take no more than a grand total of six credits at the Accelerated Degree Program tuition rate. Beyond six credits in the same Summer Mod or subsequent Summer Mods, the student will be required to pay the day program tuition rate.
日本一本道a不卡免费No. A student will not receive grade reports, be provided an official transcript of one's record, or receive a degree unless the Business Office certifies that all financial obligations to the College have been satisfied. Any student who is in default on a National Direct Student Loan taken at Albertus Magnus College will only be issued an unofficial (without the College seal) transcript.
A degree completion fee of $150 is assessed to all students completing their degree requirements. This fee covers the expense of awarding degrees, recording transactions, and graduation activities. This fee must be paid regardless of participation in the graduation ceremonies or actual receipt of the diploma.
All resident students must pay a dormitory maintenance deposit of $50 in order to be assigned a room. This deposit is refunded at the end of the academic year. The room will be inspected for dorm damage at the end of the academic year. Any damage fees and all other financial obligations must be met before the refund is issued.
The Internal Revenue Service ("IRS") requires Form 1098-T to be mailed by January 31 to all students who had qualified tuition and other related educational expenses paid during the previous calendar year. The information reported on Form 1098-T is intended to help students evaluate their eligibility for education tax credits as part of their Federal Income Tax Return. It is up to the student to determine eligibility for the credits and how to calculate them. More information can be found in IRS Publication No. 970, Tax Benefits for Education. The College utilizes Box 1 to report qualified tuition and related expenses that were paid during the tax year.