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from the Rutgers Office of Financial Aid

2016 Student Employee of the Year Awards

Congratulations to this year’s winners! Read more about this event from Rutgers Today. Student Employee of the Year | Jeffrey Vazquez Student Employee of the Year, 2nd Place | Ashley Vega Student Employee of the Year, 3rd Place | William Cornelius Graduate Student Employee of the Year | Han Le Supervisor of the Year | Steven Webb Special Recognition Award…

Cost of Attendance for Summer 2016

Determine the cost of attendance for your summer classes at Rutgers University. In-State Resident/Single Off-Campus Student 3 credits 6 credits 9 credits 12 credits Tuition $1,113 $2,226 $3,339 $4,452 Fees $162 $162 $162 $162 Room & Board $2,833 $2,833 $4,250 $4,250 Books $169 $338 $506 $675 Travel $111 $222 $333 $444 Miscellaneous $636 $636 $955…

FWSP Termination Protocol

Before terminating any student from a FWSP job, the student’s supervisor must contact *protected email*, Associate Manager for Student Employment to discuss the details of the termination and receive approval for the termination. Once approval has been granted, the supervisor must send a formal email message to the student, informing the student of the termination. Supervisors…

How to Read Your Planning & Award Letters

Follow these useful guides for reading your planning letters or award letters. View your award letter Planning Letter Guides 2015-2016 Undergraduate Law School 2016-2017 Undergraduate Law School Award Letter Guides 2015-2016 2016-2017

Summer 2016 Aid Application Available Now

It is important to plan early and take advantage of the payment plans available for summer classes at Rutgers, because financial aid for the summer is limited. Review all of the information below to be sure you are eligible to apply for summer aid. RBHS students: please follow the regular application process for summer aid.…

The College Consumer’s Bill of Rights

Legislation (H.R. 4137) was signed into law on August 14, 2008 to address skyrocketing college prices and remove other barriers that make it harder for qualified students to go to college. Included in the legislation are urgently-needed consumer protections for students and parents who rely on loans to help pay for college. These protections –…

Veteran Tuition Credit Program

Veterans attending any approved educational institution may apply for the Veterans Tuition Credit Program. Under this program, partial reimbursement is provided to the institution to offset the cost of the veteran’s tuition. Maximum reimbursement is $400 per year or $200 per semester for full-time students, and for part-time students, $100 per semester. To qualify, the veteran…

FSA ID replaces Federal Student Aid PIN

The Department of Education has implemented a new username and password login system for student and borrower websites.