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            Study Abroad
             
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            In general, students may apply financial aid (including loans, grants, and scholarships) towards the cost of ANY study abroad program, whether or not it is sponsored by the State. Financial aid eligibility is determined using the TOTAL cost of studying abroad (including air fare and personal expenses), based on official program budgets provided by the Study Abroad Office or by the sponsoring institution (if the program is not one of your State program).

            Please be aware that the FAFSA should be submitted in January of the year prior to when the program starts (see www.fafsa.ed.gov). T

            If you are planning to study abroad in the near future and the deadlines listed below have passed, contact your school  immediately. Financial aid funds are available through the Office of Financial Aid to assist students who are enrolled in a degree program  with meeting the expenses of Study Abroad experience.

            Enrollment Requirements

            Semester and Year Programs:
            Aid recipients are expected to enroll as full-time students. Full-time status is defined as an student registered for twelve (12) or more credit hours per semester abroad (undergraduate) or for nine (9) or more credit hours per semester abroad (graduate student) . If you do not maintain full time status, awards may be canceled or adjusted.

            Summer Programs:
            Students must earn a total of six (6) during the Summer for financial aid eligibility. PLEASE NOTE: Summer financial aid is generally ONLY available in the form of student and/or parent loans.

            Disbursement of Financial Aid Funds

            1. If you are billed through the Cashier's Office (for example, for NC State tuition) and are receiving financial aid, you may itemize the financial aid on the back of the bill and pay the difference. If your financial aid is greater than the billed amount, you should return the post card included with your bill deferring payment.
            2. Financial Aid funds are not disbursed until the first day of classes at NC State during the semester or session you are studying abroad. There are NO EXCEPTIONS to this policy. Please budget accordingly for plane tickets, Visa purchases, enrollment deposits, etc.
            3. Payment Deferral for Financial Aid Recipients
              • Students on Summer Programs: Students receiving Financial Aid must submit a $500 payment (cash, check or money order made payable to NC State; no credit cards accepted), along with a copy of the Financial Aid award letter showing enough funding to cover the program balance, to the Study Abroad Office by April 1.
              • Students on Study Abroad Programs (Semester in Wales, Ghana, Prague Institute): Students receiving Financial Aid must submit a $500 payment (cash, check or money order made payable to the State; no credit cards accepted), along with a copy of the Financial Aid award letter showing enough funding to cover the program balance, to the Study Abroad Office by the Friday before orientation.

             


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