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We wish you and your families all the best this Thanksgiving.  Stay safe and know the ’Canes Central team is here to support you with all of your questions related to registration and records, billing and payment, financial aid, and ’Cane Card.  Happy Thanksgiving!

Director’s Corner LIVE Coming in Early-December …


Spring 2022 is just around the corner.  Join our Director, Betsy Lopez, and our team of Sr. Associates for 2 live webinar sessions to discuss the billing timeline, payment options, and financial aid.  You will have the opportunity to ask questions and seek the answers you are looking for in this open forum.  Space is limited to the first 500 attendees.

Check out the details below and visit our Director’s Corner website for more information on webinar access, etc. 




Wednesday, 12/1

8:00 PM EST

Spring 2022 Billing Timeline
Understanding Your Bill
Bill Pay Options

Tuesday, 12/14


2022-2023 FAFSA Priority Deadline
2022-2023 Financial Aid Packaging
Financial Aid Options


Last Chance to Apply …

Join our Student Employee Team!

Interviews are ending soon!  Apply now if you are interested in joining our student employee team.  Temporary positions for the Winter break are now available.  Check out our job posting on JobX and apply today!

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Spring Open House

Thursday, January 27, 2022

Our ’Canes Central team wants to work with you to plan ahead, submit documents early, and make proactive decisions to help you avoid last-minute challenges as you get ready for the 2022-2023 academic year.

Why worry about next year now?  Because it’s the perfect time to prepare and because the 2022-2023 FAFSA priority deadline is quickly approaching.

Join 'Canes Central for a day of games, giveaways, and education during our Spring Open House on Thursday, January 27, 2022, between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.  Refreshments will be served.  Stay tuned for more information …


2022-2023 FAFSA Priority Deadline

Any student who would like to be considered for federal financial aid must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  The priority deadline for continuing students to submit the FAFSA for the 2022-2023 academic year is February 1, 2022.  Be sure to submit the 2022-2023 FAFSA—not the 2021-2022 FAFSA—which will use your family’s 2020 tax returns.

Even though financial aid awards for 2022-2023 will not be officially sent until the Summer, it is important you submit your FAFSA now to be considered for the maximum amount of the available funds as some funds are limited (e.g., SEOG for undergraduate students).  It’s also important you submit your FAFSA sooner than later in case you are asked to submit additional forms, tax documents, etc. to confirm your financial aid eligibility.  The longer you wait to submit your FAFSA, the longer it will take to request documents, the longer it will take to develop your award package.

Don’t delay … submit today!

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Quick Note on Financial Aid

New, incoming undergraduate students for Spring 2022 and Fall 2022 (except Accelerated BSN students) continue to work with the Office of Admission to address any of their financial aid questions until they arrive for Orientation.  At the point of Orientation, 'Canes Central will take over as the point of contact for new, incoming undergraduate students for all financial aid inquiries.

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Waitlist vs. Swap

It’s important to register for a full schedule from the get-go as registration impacts future billing.  Students who enroll part-time may only be charged on a per credit basis for only those credits in which they are enrolled, and not all fees required of full-time students may post for part-time students.  If students enroll in additional credits at a later time—even if this is because they got a spot in a class off of a waitlist—the per credit rate and the fees may be adjusted accordingly, which means new balances may appear on students’ bills.

We highly recommended you register for a full schedule of courses that will satisfy your degree requirements—even if it is not your 100% desired schedule—and then set up swaps, not waitlists, to maximize your ability to enroll in your preferred courses by accounting for potential enrollment issues.  This will also eliminate any unnecessary impact on your future bill.

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Online Self-Help Articles

Want a quick answer to a quick question?  Then access our online, self-help Knowledge Articles by clicking “Get Help With …” on our website.  Our team put together a robust knowledge base that is updated and enhanced throughout the year.  Check it out and utilize this resource today!

Fun Fact: Several of the links in this communication take you to the “Get Help With …” knowledge articles.

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