Summer 2014 Financial Aid Information
Summer Aid Awarding & Disbursement
The Summer 2014 Term runs from June 2 - August 8, 2014. Students may enroll in full-term courses (10 weeks), or partial-term courses (5-week Summer Sessions One and Two in St. Paul, 7-week Summer Session One and 5-week Summer Session Two in Minneapolis). Financial aid eligibility is based on your combined enrollment for all full-term and partial-term courses that count towards the completion of your degree program requirements.
Fill out St. Kate's Summer 2014 financial aid application now.
Your initial award is based on the anticipated enrollment provided on your summer aid application. A change in your actual enrollment may result in a change to your total aid.
For maximum aid eligibility, register for all summer courses by June 4, 2014. Courses added after this date may not be eligible for all types of financial aid. In addition, you must submit a 2013-14 FAFSA by June 30, 2014 in order to be eligible for Minnesota State Grant and any federal aid programs, including loans.
Financial aid for students registered for any full-term or Summer Session One courses will be disbursed to your account the first week in June. Financial aid for students who are only registered for courses in Summer Session Two will disburse in early July.
Summer Cost of Attendance
- Calculate your individual costs using the information on this page and our Cost Estimation Worksheet: Download worksheet »
- Refer to our Summer Cost of Attendance page to find out more about how your financial aid budget is calculated for summer session. (Your financial aid budget - or cost of attendance - is not equivalent to your actual charges for the term, but does help to determine how much financial aid you can receive.)
The types of loans you are eligible for during summer may be limited due to the amount already borrowed during the regular academic year. Once you have reviewed the loans available on your summer aid award and used the Cost Estimation Worksheet to calculate how much you will need to borrow, you can complete the loan process for summer using the Apply for Loans menu to the left. (Be sure to use the link for Summer 2014 authorizations on the Federal Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loan page.)
Summer Billing & Payment
To review the summer Student Accounts tuition and fees, visit the Student Accounts page for deadlines and policies.
To review summer Housing Student Rates, visit the Residence Life page for information.
Academic Calendars & Registration
To review information about St. Catherine University's summer calendar, visit the Registrar's Office page
for more information.