Financial Aid: Dates to Remember
Dates & Deadlines to Remember / Timeline for Undergraduate Students
January 1: Students can begin submitting FAFSA for 2015-2016.
January 31: 12th class day.
February 7: Refunds are available in the Accounting Services Office, providing all documents are submitted and all funds are received.
The Office of Financial Aid begins sending award letters for new and currents students for 2015-2016.
May 1: Priority Deadline for filing the FAFSA.
May 1: Priority Deadline for Fall admission applications.
May 8: Spring term ends.
June 4: Summer Session 1 begins.
June 12: Summer Session 1 refunds available.
July 7: Summer Session 2 begins.
July 17: Summer Session 2 refunds available.
August 1: Last day to apply for financial aid and be awarded before fall semester begins.
August 1: Deadline for Fall 2014 admission application.
August 19: First day of classes for undergraduates.
August 26: Last day to drop a class without a grade.
September 2: 12th class day
September 9: Refunds are available in the Accounting Services Office, providing all documents are submitted and all funds are received.
November 18: Last day to request a loan for the fall semester.
December 10: Last day of the fall semester.
January 20: First day of spring Semester for undergraduates
February 5: Refunds available in the Accounting Services Office, providing all documents are submitted and all funds are received.
May 12: Last day of the spring semester.
*Graduate students, Online RN to BSN students, and Vocational Nursing students have varying semesters and disbursement dates. Students will have their attendance verified during the first full week of classes. Once attendance is verified and funds have been received, the Office of Financial Aid will notify the students of their disbursements. The Accounting Services Office has 7-10 days to create and distribute refunds. The Office of Accounting Services will notify students of refund availability.
The Office of Financial Aid at Schreiner University is committed to assisting students in obtaining the best financial aid award possible. However, it is the student’s responsibility to comply with all requirements necessary to complete the financial aid process. In addition, the Office of Financial Aid is not responsible for the student's financial obligations to Schreiner University. Each student must verify their account balance and make arrangements for any amounts not covered by financial aid.