Frequently Aasked Questions
Billing and Financial Aid
For students that submitted their enrollment deposit prior to June 1, a paper copy of the bill was mailed to your home address on June 15. You may view your financial aid awards and fall billing statements, as well as make payments, in your FSC Portal account (login details were sent to students’ emails). Fall bill payments are due on July 15, and a list of payment options and methods can be found here.
All bills will show a standard room charge until housing assignments have been finalized. Once you receive your housing placement, we encourage you to log into the FSC Portal to view an updated copy of your fall statement of charges; your bill will be adjusted accordingly to reflect any credits or additional balance. If you have already made payment, you have a credit due to your room assignment, you can request a check for the amount due from Financial Aid or apply it to a future payment.
If you have outside scholarships, the amount will not show on the bill until the monies have been received. In regards to Prepaid, funds are set in late August. You will see on the bill “anticipated” meaning FSC is aware that you have requested your prepaid funds to be released. To make FSC aware of any outside scholarships, Florida Prepaid, GI Bill or VA benefits, please send a copy of your scholarship emails/letters or your Florida Prepaid or Veteran Benefit statements to our financial aid office at email@example.com and your specific admission counselor.
We can see that the Parent PLUS loan has been applied toward your financial aid award and toward your bill. The total on your financial aid award may be up to a total cost of $53,600 to account for any additional expenses such as books, supplies, transportation, etc. If you would like to reduce the amount of your Parent Plus loan to just cover tuition and housing costs, please contact the financial aid office at firstname.lastname@example.org to request that your PLUS loan amount be reduced.
If you would like to reduce the amount of your Parent PLUS loan to just cover tuition and housing costs, please contact the financial aid office at email@example.com to request that your PLUS loan amount be reduced. For any external loans, please contact your lender directly to reduce or increase the amount of your external loan.
“Will File” means that a student has not updated FAFSA with their most recent tax documents. Parents and students need to log on to www.fafsa.ed.gov using your FSAID to update the information.
Housing assignments will be finalized in mid-July and students will be notified via email to check their FSC Portal once assignments are ready to review. Roommate assignments along with the contact information for roommates will be available in the student’s FSC Portal as well once assignments are ready to review.
You are welcome to email Laura Rychalsky at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request. Please keep in mind that at this point assignments are in-progress and your request may or may not be able to be met. There is an opportunity for room change two weeks after move in day.
First-Year Students: Fall schedules will be finalized in mid-July. Once your schedule is finalized, you will receive an email notification to view your schedule in the FSC Portal. Should you have any questions or concerns, or need to make any changes, you can do that with your advisor at Orientation.
Transfer Students: Beginning July 1, transfer students are invited to schedule phone or in-person advising appointments with the Student Solutions Center. Advising meetings are by appointment only and will be held on July 24, 25, and 26 from 8:30-3:30. Please contact Student Solutions at 863.680.4900 to schedule your appointment. All transfer student fall schedules will be finalized by August 1 and will also be made available to view on the FSC Portal.
You will have an opportunity to meet with your advisor at Orientation. If you have questions in the interim, please email email@example.com.
For any major changes prior to schedules being sent to a student, please contact your specific admission counselor with questions. Students who are interested in double majoring will have the opportunity to review the requirements for both majors they are interested in with their advisor at Orientation.
Your Admissions Counselor can verify with the Registrar’s Office if a specific score or college transcript has arrived. Please share with your counselor when you requested the items to be sent.
The Registrar’s Office is conducting evaluations upon receiving your credentials and you will receive an evaluation by email. If you need to change a course based on the credit you received, that can occur during your advising meeting at orientation.