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  • I'm a full time college student (freshman obviously, because of my lack of knowledge with this aid stuff), and I have the Pell grant as well as another that my Florida provides (Golden Seal Award). Open registration started and I have my classes all set up but now it's showing me how much I owe (that my award is not covering). My problem/question is I got the maximum amount for the pell grant and the second disbursement for spring is not even calculated in my tuition. So right now my financials show that I have to pay several hundred dollars for classes out of pocket. Is there a certain time when my school will receive the second disbursement or what? I talked to my sister who works at a university in California (idk if California and Florida tuition rule or whatever are the same) and she said that the Pell will be received by the college around 2 weeks before Spring classes begin. I guess I'm just freaking out because I have no idea how these things work.
  • The payment for these courses has to be made by December 9, 2011. Classes start January 10 (one starts January 31st because it's a 12 week course).. So basically what I'm hearing is that I don't have to worry about it, the school/government will take care of it- they will send the funds to my college on time to pay for my tuition? All of my finanicals/FAFSA were turned in much earlier in the year and the pell showed up automatically for the Fall semester. I guess the Spring semester is different.
  • The financial aid package which is the amount you were awarded shows up 2 weeks after you register for classes. The amount saying you owe is not paid until 4 weeks after classes start. They do this because they have had students receiving pell grants and student loans then taking the money and not taking the classes so now they meaning the federal gov't waits 4 weeks before handing out the money and paying your tuition. Your school is aware of all this and the balance should say you owe this amount but its not due yet until 4 weeks after your first day of class
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