Please visit the Office of the Bursar for information on bill due dates for fall 2021.
You can also find additional information on how to:
Aid not Appearing on the Account Statement
Loans (except Parent PLUS) must be accepted in LionPATH. View the tutorial.
Check in LionPATH for To Do List Items
- Submit verification information
- Sub/unsub Master Promissory Note at studentaid.gov
- Sub/unsub Entrance Counseling at studentaid.gov
Complete the PLUS Loan process:
- Complete Parent PLUS Master Promissory Note at studentaid.gov if your credit is approved.
- Complete PLUS credit override or endorsement process at studentaid.gov if your credit is declined.
Anticipated aid added to account after student account statement has been produced
To view up-to-date anticipated aid, follow these steps:
- Log in to your Student Home Base in LionPATH
- Click on "My Finances" on top of the page
- Select "Manage My Account/Make A Payment" to go to your Student Account Dashboard
- Click on "Activity Details" on the left side menu to view each anticipated aid source
Once a student account statement is issued it is static. Any activity occurring after the student account statement is issued will appear on the "Account Details" and will be listed on the next student account statement.
Applying for Loans to cover the bill
Federal student loans, such as the Federal Direct Loan and the Parent PLUS Loan, generally have more favorable terms and conditions than private loans. You must have a current year FAFSA on file for federal loan consideration.
- Compare the PLUS and Private loan options
- How to Apply for the Parent PLUS Loan
- How to Apply for a Private Education Loan
When to Apply
We recommend applying for your loan as soon as possible to avoid delays in processing your payment and receiving your eRefund .
Where to Find Estimated Cost Information
Login to LionPATH and your Award Summary.
View your estimated payment to the University for fall and spring (loans are typically borrowed for the full academic year). You will see charges for Room & Board and Meals on your bill if you are living on campus and have a dining contract.
Add in any non-billable expenses that you need to cover for fall and spring. Non-billable expenses include any costs you may incur in your educational career that do not appear on your university bill. It is up to you to decide what charges you want to include in the loan.
Note the total amount that you can borrow.
Be sure to only borrow what you need. You can utilize the following additional resources for help: