Financial Assistance News
There are no early refunds during the summer session. Please check schedule below to see when you can pick up an expected refund from the Accounting Office. Understand that all summer paperwork must be processed before scheduled aid is released to your student account and a refund is possible.
1st 3-wk day...Wed., 5/29 1st 6-wk day/evening...Wed., 5/29
2nd 3-wk day...Tue., 6/18 2nd 6-wk day/evening...Tue., 7/9
3rd 3-wk day...Tue., 7/9 Full Summer Term-Wed., 5/29
The 2013 Summer School Financial Assistance Application is now available to be submitted to our office. Please visit the "forms" tab and it is listed under the 2012-2013 school year.
We are excited to inform you about a new opportunity regarding outside scholarships. If you are interested in receiving weekly emails about outside scholarships, please email email@example.com so that you may be added to the list.
The Office of Financial Assistance updates their web page on recent outside scholarships from associations, groups, etc. Our web page is http://www.meredith.edu/financial_assistance/scholarships/.To search by category, click on the “outside scholarships” tab and you will find several different categories of scholarships. Also, you may be removed at any time from the email list with a simple email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students may allow others, such as parents, grandparents, sponsors, etc. to view and pay your bill. Log on to https://secure3.i-doxs.net/meredith/. Click on the 'My Profile' tab. Select "Shared Access" and then select the button "Add Shared Access". You will be asked to provide the name and e-mail information of the person(s) that you wish to add. Anyone you add will receive e-mail notification of new statements at the same time you receive them.
Meredith offers several options to take care of your account balance. To sign up for a monthly payment plan, please go to our accounting website. If you’d like to take out a student or parent loan, find out more information on how to apply by visiting our Loans page.
All students wishing to borrow federal Stafford loans must now complete new entrance loan counseling requirements and master promissory notes with the federal government at www.studentloans.gov. If you have not already done both the counseling and promissory note at the www.studentloans.gov site, you must do so immediately in order to receive the funds listed in your financial assistance package. All parents wishing to obtain a parent PLUS loan must now apply through the www.studentloans.gov website as well. Go to our Loans page for further instructions.