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A student who wishes to attend Saint Francis University should not hesitate to apply for admission because of cost. Saint Francis University believes that every qualified person who desires higher education has the right to pursue it, regardless of financial status.
While the primary responsibility for financing an education belongs to the student and their family, the University provides awards to supplement the family’s funds whenever possible and aggressively seeks financial aid for those demonstrating valid need.
Here are some common questions students have asked regarding payment of tuition and fees.
The balance is due three weeks before the first day of class if you are paying by cash, check, money order, debit card, or credit card. If you are obtaining a loan to pay the balance, please have a loan approval by this date.
Please see the Tuition and Fee Schedule for the correct cost and calculate your new balance.; Please contact the Office of Residence Life to process your meal or housing change. Your student billing account will be automatically updated for the beginning of the semester when the
change is received and approved by the Residence Life Office.
Please mail a copy of the scholarship award letter to the Business Office and make the necessary deduction from your student bill to calculate your new balance.
Contact the Financial Aid Office at (814) 472-3010 or at
Yes, if the Master Promissory Note you received has information concerning Saint Francis University. No, if the Master Promissory Note does not contain information concerning Saint Francis University.
You must complete a waiver or enrollment form via the internet, mail, or fax. Enroll or waive the insurance coverage using your unique ID and password received in a mailing from Hulse/QM, or go to
www.hulseqm.com/myinsurance and follow the instructions provided. If you do not have your unique ID and password, call 1-800-434-1579, ext. 2. Please be aware no proof of insurance waiver forms will be accepted after the 20th business day of each semester and you will be responsible for the cost of the health
Refund checks will be direct deposited into a student’s bank account or placed in the students’ campus mail box or mailed home the 11th business day of the semester.
To be eligible for tuition deferment, a letter
regarding your company's tuition reimbursement policy is due at the
beginning of every semester. The letter must be on your company’s
letterhead and include the student's name and the reimbursement policy
of the company. Each student will receive a billing statement at the
end of the semester. It is the responsibility of the student to give
the statement to his/her employer along with his/her grade(s) for
reimbursement. Payment must be made within approximately 30 days upon
completion of the course.
Please forward your company letter to the following:Saint Francis UniversityBusiness OfficeP.O. Box 600Loretto, PA 15940-0600Fax: (814) 472-3886Phone: (814) firstname.lastname@example.org
SFU Request to Reduce or Cancel Loan(s)
You may request that your loan be reduced or cancelled through the Financial Aid Office at Saint Francis University within 30 days* of the loan being posted to your student account.
Please note if you completely cancel a disbursement of a loan, any pending disbursements will automatically be cancelled. If you request a loan with more than one disbursement to be reduced and no disbursements have yet been made, the disbursements will be evenly reduced. All requests must be in writing and include the following information:
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