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Welcome to Financial Aid!                                        

We are pleased that you are considering attending Methodist University. Because cost and financial aid are such an important part of the college decision, we have put together this information to acquaint you with the process of applying for and obtaining financial assistance.

Our goal is to make Methodist University an affordable option for you and your family through a variety of financial aid programs. Our commitment of over sixteen million dollars of institutional funds for financial assistance shows how seriously we take this goal. To find out more about the financial assistance available at MU, open the publication below and use the links to your left to navigate our site. The Offices of Admissions and Financial Aid are here to help you at every step of the financial aid process. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions!


Vice President for Enrollment Services

 

 

Campus Location: 

Joe W. Stout Hall

Telephone Number:

(910) 630-7192/7193

           1-800-488-7110 (toll-free)  

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday   8:00am - 5:00pm

Fax Number:

(910) 630-7285  

Mailing Address:

 Methodist University: Office of Financial Aid

5400 Ramsey Street

  Fayetteville, NC 28311

FAFSA Federal Code: 

002946  

 

Financial Aid News and Updates

2014-2015

  • The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form is available online January 1. Methodist University's Federal School Code is 002946-00.
  • Requesting IRS Tax Return Transcripts from the IRS: To obtain an IRS Tax Return Transcript, click above. After user authentication, students or parents will provide the reason for the request, select the year(s), type(s) of information requested, and other requested information and the document will be displayed in a PRINTABLE format. Make sure to request the “IRS Tax Return Transcript” and not the “IRS Tax Account Transcript.” Use the Social Security Number (or the IRS individual taxpayer identification number) and the date of birth of the first person listed on the IRS income tax return, and the address on file with the IRS (normally this will be the address used on the IRS income tax return). In most cases, for electronic filers, a IRS Tax Return Transcript may be requested from the IRS within 2-3 weeks after the IRS income tax return has been accepted by the IRS. Generally, for filers of paper IRS income tax returns, the IRS Tax Return Transcript may be requested within 8-11 weeks after the paper IRS income tax return has been received by the IRS.
  • Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy Guidelines (revised 2014)
  • Direct Loan Subsidized Loan Time Limitation: If you received your first federal student loan after June 30, 2013, there is a limit on the maximum period of time (measured in academic years) that you can receive Direct Subsidized Loans. In general, you may not receive Direct Subsidized Loans for more than 150% of the published length of your program. This is called your “maximum eligibility period.” To track your federal loans go to www.nslds.ed.gov.
  • Pell lifetime limits: There is a limit to the total amount of Federal Pell Grant that a student may receive, which is equivalent of 6 school years. To track Pell Grant history go to www.nslds.ed.gov.
  • MyMU: You can now track your financial aid status (view financial aid awards, missing or received information, or download documents and forms) online at MyMU. For timely disbursement of funds, please submit any outstanding information to the Office of Financial Aid as soon as possible.



 

 

 


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