Announcements

Payments and Billing Office

2021 1098-T forms and 2021 W2's for student employees will be available via e-services in January 2022. Click the links for instructions for getting 1098-T and W2 forms.

Please note, Emergency Grant Funds received through the Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF) are not taxble and will not be included on the 1098-T. These funds would hav ethe names CARES, CRRSAA or ARP included as part of your award in eServices. You can learn more at https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/higher-education-emergency-grants-frequently-asked-questions

Tuition and fees for Fall Semester are due August 1st for those students who register on or before July 26,2022.

Financial Aid

  • Our secure document submitter is the fastest way to submit your documentation to us
  • The 2022-23 FAFSA Application and the 2022-23 MN Dream Act application are available now!  Complete for Fall 2022 - Summer 2023. Learn more about the application process - VIDEO (in English) or VIDEO (in Spanish)
  • Need help getting an FSA ID for yourself or your parent? Learn more about the process - VIDEO
  • Don't get SCAMMED! You should never have to pay for a scholarship search! If you have questions about a scholarship, please contact our office.
  • Sign up for Direct Deposit! Just a reminder, Direct Deposit to your bank account is the fastest way to receive your funds. To sign up, log on to e-services and select Financial Aid and then select Direct Deposit Setup
  • Important information about student loan disbursements.


Looking for information about student debt relief? The best source of information is going to be Federal Student Aid. We are updating resources as they become available. 

The debt-relief application is now live!

The Biden-Harris Administration's Student Debt Relief Plan Explained

New Details on President Biden's debt relief in this FAQ from FAFSA

How Do I Know If I Ever Received a Federal Pell Grant? Federal Pell Grants typically are awarded to undergraduate students with low or moderate income. Most borrowers can log in to StudentAid.gov to see if they received a Pell Grant. Information about the aid you received, including Pell Grants, is displayed on your account dashboard and your "My Aid" pages. Log In to Your Account.  When you apply for debt relief, we'll make sure all borrowers who received a Pell Grant receive the full benefit of up to $20,000 in relief if they meet the income requirements. ED has data on all borrowers who received a Pell Grant. If you received a Pell Grant prior to 1994, that information won't display in StudentAid.gov, but you'll still receive the full benefit.

If you would like to be notified when the application is open, you can sign up for notifications at the ED subscription page 

Public Service Loan Forgiveness (temporary waiver of some requirements until October 31, 2022)

COVID relief information (including the Student Loan Repayment Pause)

Fresh Start Initiative Fact Sheet (for students who defaulted on loans prior to 3/13/2020)

The Federal Trade Commission warns about scams related to loan forgiveness

finaid.org information about taxability of loan forgiveness


The Financial Aid and Student Services Offices are offering sessions to help students complete their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or MN Dream Act Application. Please sign up for one of the available appointments below for a Financial Aid Completion Workshop for you to join and have staff assist you in getting your FAFSA or MN Dream Application completed!


You can sign up for the Financial Aid Completion Workshop sessions online


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Title IV School Code: 007954

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