1. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov.
2. Respond to any correspondence (email) you receive from the Student Financial Services Office regarding verification.
The federal government randomly selects students for verification. If chosen, we are required to verify your tax information against your FAFSA information. If you are selected for this process, an email will be sent to you explaining the steps you need to take. Please respond promptly, as we cannot process your aid until we receive this information.
3. Check your Geneva email regularly for your award notification.
4. Determine what type of aid you will be using and how much loan money you will need.
Types of aid available:
Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loans
Federal Graduate PLUS Loans
Private Educational Loans
5. For those students using Direct Loans for the first time, complete Direct Loan Entrance Counseling and a Master Promissory Note by logging into www.studentloans.gov.
We will automatically receive notification when it has been completed.
When can I expect my refund check?
Once your loan money comes in and covers the charges on your student account, you should receive a refund check within approximately 2 weeks. It is important to make sure you have completed all necessary paperwork, and that you are aware of the loan disbursement dates. Please keep this in mind when calculating the amount and approximate date of your refund. If you have questions regarding your refund, please contact the Student Financial Services Office at 724.847.6530.
Can I check my student account online?
Yes! Go to my.geneva.edu.
My loan hasn't come in. What should I do?
If you have done all these and still need assistance, please contact our office at 724-847-6530.
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