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2010 Parent Orientation - Bothell. Finding Out What The Student Owes Paying Tuition & Fees Financial Aid Disbursement Managing Finances Information Resources Questions. Managing The Maze. Tuition Rates. Resident $2,873 per quarter. Non-Resident $8,415 per quarter.

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2010 Parent Orientation - Bothell

  • Finding Out What The Student Owes

  • Paying Tuition & Fees

  • Financial Aid Disbursement

  • Managing Finances

  • Information Resources

  • Questions

Managing The Maze


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Tuition Rates

Resident

$2,873 per quarter

Non-Resident

$8,415 per quarter

http://www.washington.edu/admin/pb/home/opb-tuition.htm


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Finding Out

What The

Student Owes

E-Billing

Email notification

Student provides access to an online copy of the bill

The Official UW Tuition Bill is Online


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Print

Information Release

Payment

Options


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Student gives access:

Online/Phone/In Person Information about the Tuition Account

and/or

Phone/In Person Financial Aid Information


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TuitionForfeitures/ScheduleChanges

Students dropping a class or classes from the 8th to the 30th calendar day will be charged:

$20 Add/drop fee which covers a 24 hour period

The new tuition rate plus half the difference between the old and new rate. Example:

Starts the quarter with 12 credits – full time tuition

Drops to 8 credits thereby owing the new part time rate PLUS half the difference between the new and old rate

Changes must be made by the 7th calendar day of the Quarter in order to avoid financial penalties

Students dropping a class or classes after the 30th calendar day will be charged:

  • $20 Add/drop fee which covers a 24 hour period

  • The full tuition rate. Example:

    Starts the quarter with 12 credits – full time tuition

    Drops to 8 credits but still owes the full time rate


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U-Pass

U-Pass

U-Pass

U-PASS

$72

per Quarter

Purchase from

UWB Cashier’s Office

UW1 160

www.bothell.washington.edu/admin/transportation/upass


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One day late...

LATE FEES

$50 to $249.99  $50

$250 and over $120

Students will have holds on registration and transcripts until the past due balance is paid.

The tuition payment is due on the 3rd Friday of the Quarter



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Drop in slot

In person in 129 Schmitz

You may pay by check or cash…

Mail

UWB Cashier's OfficeBOX 35852518115 Campus Way NEBothell, WA 98011-8246

In person at the UWB Cashier’s Office

1st Floor of UW1


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There will be a convenience fee for each transaction

Credit

Card

Payments

https://sdb.admin.washington.edu/parents/ccpay.asp


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Disbursement of Loans, Grants, Scholarships

Stafford Loan

StudentSigns Master Promissory Note Online: www.StudentLoans.gov

Perkins Loan

StudentSigns Master Promissory Note Online: MyUW

Federal Direct Parent Loan

for Undergraduate Students (PLUS)

Parent Signs the Master Promissory Note and Completes Request Process Online: www.StudentLoans.gov

Generally, tuition and fees are paid first from any scholarships, grants, or loans received


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Using funds from the GET program

Using funds from Employers, ROTC, Other Government Agencies, Private Scholarships

http://f2.washington.edu/fm/sfs/schol


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Short Term Loans

www.washington.edu/students/osfa/ugaid/short.term.loans.html


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Student can receive aid 2 ways

  • 1. Direct Deposit into the student’s bank account

  • To set up – log on to MyUW: http://myuw.washington.edu

  • 2. Through the US mail to the student’s address

    • A request needs to be made a day in advance of mailing:

      • web: www.washington.edu/students/sfs/

      • email: [email protected]

      • telephone: (206) 543-4694

Checks are mailed by our bank - In-person pick up of checks is not available


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  • U.S. Resident Taxes

  • American Opportunity and Lifetime Tax Credits

  • Tuition and Fees Deduction

  • Departmental Scholarships, Fellowships and Grants

  • Form 1098T

Taxes

  • Non U.S. Resident Taxes

  • Departmental Scholarships, Fellowships and Grants

  • Form 1042S


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On-line Resources for Parents

f2.washington.edu/fm/sfs/parents

www.washington.edu/parents/


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Student Fiscal Services

129 SCHMITZ HALL

Box 355870

Phone: 206-543-4694

Email: [email protected]

www.f2.washington.edu/fm/sfs/

QUESTIONS?

For an immediate response between

8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Monday thru Friday

Live Advisor


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