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  1. I have not received a bill for the upcoming semester. What should I do?

  2. How much does it cost to attend Penn State Beaver?

  3. How can I find out if I’m eligible for financial aid?

  4. What is Penn State Beaver’s Federal School Code Number?

  5. What is the deadline for applying for financial aid?

  6. If we own a house in Pennsylvania, are we eligible for Pennsylvania residency?

  7. What if I cannot pay my tuition bill by the due date?

 

  1. Q: I have not received a bill for the upcoming semester. What should I do?

    1. Penn State no longer mails bills to students' homes. Students can view, print, and pay their bills on eLion. Parents can also obtain a Friends of Penn State account and, with permission from the student, they may obtain access to the student's bill via the Parent login to eLion.

       


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  2. Q: How much does it cost to attend Penn State Beaver?

    1. Penn State offers an excellent value for a quality education with a worldwide reputation for excellence. The University establishes tuition rates and fees for all students annually in July. To calculate the most accurate tuition for your child, consult the online Tuition Calculator.    


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  3. Q: How can I find out if I’m eligible for financial aid?

    1. To be considered for student aid, all Penn State students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on the Web. This is the only financial aid application required by Penn State.

       


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  4. Q: What is Penn State Beaver’s Federal School Code Number?

    1. Penn State Beaver's Federal School Code Number is 003329. This is the same code used throughout the University, and is listed on the application as Penn State University Park. Don't worry, though, this number is correct! All financial aid is processed centrally through the Office of Student Aid at University Park.


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  5. Q: What is the deadline for applying for financial aid?

    1. Penn State recommends that first-year students submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on the Web by March 1 for maximum consideration of all student aid programs. Returning students should submit a FAFSA renewal by April 15.

       


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  6. Q: If we own a house in Pennsylvania, are we eligible for Pennsylvania residency?

    1. To qualify for in-state tuition, your family must reside in Pennsylvania, but owning a house in Pennsylvania alone does not qualify a student for the state residency tuition. To change your child's status from out-of-state to in-state student, you will need proof of residency, including Pennsylvania income tax and federal income tax forms for the most current year. For more information, please visit Penn State's residency page which explains how to qualify as a Pennsylvania resident.


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  7. Q: What if I cannot pay my tuition bill by the due date?

    1. Penn State offers a Deferred Payment Plan that allows you the convenience of splitting your tuition bill into three payments. Instructions for the Deferred Payment Plan appear on the semester bill. A $45 fee per semester is required.


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Do you have a question that isn't anwered here? Please contact the Admissions and Student Aid Office at 1-877-JOIN-PSU, br-admissions@psu.edu, on AOL Instant Messenger (BRAdmissions), or on Skype at Penn.State.Beaver. We'll be happy to help you.