Spring 2014 Billing and Payment Information
Mark your calendar now for Thursday, January 2, 2014 at 4:00 p.m.! Payment in full of your Spring 2014 registration must be received by the Office of Financial Aid and Student Accounts by 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 2, 2014 or your classes may be cancelled.
Find out more information about Spring 2014 billing and payment information at http://webs.purduecal.edu/ofasa/student-accounts/paying-your-bill/.
Spring 2014 Financial Aid Deferments
(Available December 16, 2013 through February 20, 2014)
You have a responsibility to pay for the classes for which you are registered by the Spring 2014 payment deadline.
If you have submitted your FASFA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and released your FAFSA to Purdue Calumet for the 2013-14 aid year, but your awards are not yet finalized, you can choose to do one of the following in order to guarantee your course registration for Spring 2014:
- Pay your bill in full via cash, check or credit card for Spring 2014 and receive a partial or full refund once your financial aid has been processed, based on your financial aid eligibility.
- Apply for a financial aid deferment by enrolling in an NBS/FACTS Deferment Payment Plan.
This financial aid deferment:
- Represents a commitment on your part to pay for the classes for which you are registered.
- Guarantees your enrollment (saves your classes).
- Extends the time you may need to complete your financial aid file and pay for the outstanding balance on your account, if any.
- Allows time for your financial aid application (FAFSA) to be processed.
Learn more about financial aid deferments for the Spring 2014 semester at http://webs.purduecal.edu/ofasa/student-accounts/financial-aid-deferments/
File your 2013-14 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at fafsa.gov [Opens in New Window].
Filing the FAFSA is now easier than ever! If you have already filed your (your parents) 2012 Federal Tax Return, you may give permission on your FAFSA to have your (your parents) tax information downloaded directly to the FAFSA by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
- By doing this you will no longer have to provide a copy of your Federal Tax Return to the Office of Financial Aid and Student Accounts.
- If you choose not to do this, you may have to provide an IRS Tax Transcript from the IRS to the Office of Financial Aid and Student Accounts. Copies of Federal Tax Returns are no longer acceptable documentation for financial aid purposes.
Financial Aid Communication
In an effort to be efficient, improve overall operations, and protect valuable resources, the Office of Financial Aid and Student Accounts communicates with students strictly by electronic means.
This means that it is VERY IMPORTANT for students to do the following on a DAILY basis:
- Check your PUC email and your personal email (as provided by you on your FAFSA) for important messages from our office.
- Check PCSTAR [Opens in New Window] (Purdue Calumet Student Access to Records) for important messages and to review any documents that may be required from you at this time.
- Continue to view processing reminders and helpful tutorials to assist you with navigating through PCSTAR here on our home page.
Email us at email@example.com, pay us a visit in the Enrollment Services Center, Lawshe 130 or give us a call at 219/989-2301 if you have any questions.