Additional Resources

Offer Projection Estimators

Below are estimators that will assist you in determining your financial aid eligibility. Please understand that completing these estimators does not take the place of actually applying for financial aid at FAU. Once you receive your offer estimation and you are ready to apply for financial aid, please submit the Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Net Price Calculator

The is intended to provide estimated net price information (defined as estimated cost of attendance 鈥 including tuition and required fees, books and supplies, room and board (meals), and other related expenses 鈥 minus estimated grant and scholarship aid) to current and prospective students and their families based on what similar students paid in a previous year. Now also available is the

Navigating Your Financial Future

is a valuable free resource to helpstudents and parentstransition to the college experience. There are workshops and materials offered aimed at making life easier and more successful for the college journey. Topics such as "School and Life Management" and "Managing Your Budget" are just a few workshops offered.

College Navigator

U.S. Department of Education gives current information on 欧美性爱 Atlantic University topics: General Information, Tuition & Fees, Financial Aid, Enrollment, Admission, Retention, Majors, Accredidation and so much more.

Consumer Information

According to the Federal Regulations pertaining to the Higher Education Act of 1965 a school must provide information about financial aid, its campus, facilities, student athletes, campus security, fire safety, as well as preventing drug and alcohol abuse. Information will be made available online at: Consumer Information as well as the option to provide a paper copy if requested.

The Consumer Information must be distributed annually to enrolled students by October 1st, as well as made available to current employees, perspective employees and perspective students. The information will be distributed through FAU Office of University Communications.

Below is a summary of Consumer Information that 欧美性爱 Atlantic University must make available to all students in accordance with Federal Regulations in the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended. Each section below gives a brief description of the information that must be disclosed. If you would like assistance obtaining a paper copy of the below consumer information or if you have questions about consumer information, please contact one of the following designated employees of the Office of Student Financial Aid:

Alex Laurent alaurent@fau.eduor by phone 561-297-3528

Suzanne Paton or by phone 561-297-2751

Our representatives may also be contacted by mail at the following address:

Student Financial Aid
777 Glades Road
Bldg SU80 Room #233
Boca Raton, FL 33431

Academic Policies & Regulations

Information about the Policies for all students, grading system, acceptance of transfer credits, and student code of conduct regulations can be found on the .

Academic Programs

欧美性爱 Atlantic University offers programs that range from Undergraduate, Graduate, Continuing Education. The following link will provide information on how to apply, programs that are offered, and events:


Below are the names of associations, agencies, and/or governmental bodies that accredit, approve 欧美性爱 Atlantic University and its programs. If you would like to review a copy of accreditation or licensing documents, contact Suzanne Paton in the Office of Student Financial Aid and she will assist you with obtaining this consumer information.

Add/Drop A Course

For the last day to drop/add courses and the last day to receive a grade of "W" on transcript with fee liability, review the Academic Calendar. Dropping or adding courses, or changing sections is done in Self-Service through . Drops after the drop/add period as indicated on the Academic Calendar are fee liable. The student may use Self-Service during the semester to drop or withdraw from a course. A drop or withdrawal after the date indicated on the Academic Calendar will incur an "F" on the student's transcript and the student is still fee liable. FAU's Exceptional Circumstance Withdrawal and other relevant policy details are in the Academic Policies section of the University Catalog. Information about Exceptional Circumstance Withdrawal or Withdrawal from the University can be found in the University Catalog under section


Alcohol & Drug Counseling Services

The mission of the 欧美性爱 Atlantic University Counseling & Psychological Services center is to provide FAU students with timely and effective mental health services that allow them to improve and maintain their mental well-being and therefore to meet their educational, personal, emotional, and psychological goals.

Athletic Participation Rates

As part of The Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act, information on annual participation rates and financing of men's and women's sports in intercollegiate athletic programs is available by using the 鈥".

Campus Crime & Safety Information

Each year the University publishes an Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Safety Report that contains detailed information about campus safety including emergency services, safety tips, University policies, state laws and additional support services. You can view the report at:

Complete Course Withdrawal Policy

Undergraduate students must drop or withdraw from all but one class through MYFAU by the established deadlines and complete the FAU Complete Course Withdrawal form. View the Complete Course Withdrawal Policy for more information.

Constitution Day

FAU celebrates Constitution Day with a list of .

Copyright Infringement Policies

鈥淯nauthorized distribution of copyrighted material, including unauthorized peer-to-peer file sharing, may subject students to civil and criminal liabilities. Copyright infringement is the act of exercising, without permission or legal authority, one or more of the exclusive rights granted to the copyright owner under section 106 of the Copyright Act (Title 17 of the United States Code). These rights include the right to reproduce or distribute a copyrighted work. In the file-sharing context, downloading or uploading substantial parts of a copyrighted work without authority constitutes an infringement. Penalties for copyright infringement include civil and criminal penalties. In general, anyone found liable for civil copyright infringement may be ordered to pay either actual damages or 鈥渟tatutory鈥 damages affixed at not less than $750 and not more than $30,000 per work infringed. For 鈥渨illful鈥 infringement, a court may offer up to $150,000 per work infringed. A court can, in its discretion, also assess costs and attorneys鈥 fees. For details, see Title 17, United States Code, Sections 504, 505. Willful copyright infringement can also result in criminal penalties, including imprisonment of up to five years and fines of up to $250,000 per offense. For more information, see the website of the .鈥

Information about the university鈥檚 policies related to the use of copyrighted material:

Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS)

The Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS) produces a report reflecting academic progress toward completion of an undergraduate degree in your declared or proposed major. The DARS report, or degree audit, shows how your FAU courses, transfer courses, and courses in progress apply toward degree requirements. The Degree Audit Report is an internal document. It should be used as a tool to assist you and your adviser in planning your future coursework. It is not an official certification of your academic record. For more information visit, .

Drug Conviction

Is it true that drug convictions might affect my ability to get federal student aid?

No; your eligibility won鈥檛 be suspended. Drug convictions no longer affect federal student aid eligibility. Your eligibility for federal student aid can be affected by incarceration or another type of conviction. for more information.

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Employment for Graduates

Facilities & Services for Disabled Students


Information on the University's faculty and instructional personnel is available from the various academic departments; you may visit the departments by following the link: .

Faculty & Staff Directory

To view contact information for faculty & staff by department or name search view the .

Family Education Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA)

FERPA, the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, as well as the implementing regulations thereto, is a 鈥渇ederal law designed to protect the privacy of educational records, to establish the rights of students to inspect and review their educational records, and to provide guidelines for the correction of inaccurate and misleading data through informal and formal hearings.鈥 With limited prescribed exceptions, educational institutions may not release personally identifiable information or non-directory information about a student without written permission from (i) the student鈥檚 parent, or (ii) the student if over the age of 18 or attending a postsecondary institution (an 鈥渆ligible student鈥). 欧美性爱 Statutes 搂搂1002.225 and 1006.52 offer similar protections and provisions under state law. Click for the FERPA Form.

Financial Assistance

Financial Aid can come in the form of federal, state, local, private and institutional funds. Links on how to apply, types of funding, eligibility criteria can be found at the following links:

欧美性爱 Voter Registration

Information provided in this section includes: Who can register to vote, how to apply, how to change name, address, party affiliation, update signature, card replacement, as well as dates to remember. More details can be found at: .

Health Promotions

FAU Owls Care Health Promotions offer a variety of , information, news and events to promote a healthy lifestyle. For more information visit .

Immunization Policy

Pursuant to 欧美性爱 Board of Governors Regulation 6.001(9), prior to registration, each student accepted for admission at 欧美性爱 Atlantic University must submit a signed FAU Immunization Form: .

Information About Athletics

欧美性爱 Atlantic University is committed and obligated to the principle of institutional control in operating its athletics programs in accordance with the NCAA, Conference, University and Department rules and regulations. The charge of the Athletics Compliance Office is to educate, monitor, verify and enforce the NCAA rules compliance with regard to each sport and component within the Athletics Department. The Athletic Compliance Office strives to be proactive with education along with having monitoring systems in place that are effective and user friendly.

Institutional Complaint Process

Students who have a complaint about their educational experience at 欧美性爱 Atlantic University, and the complaint is not resolved through internal University procedures, may contact any of the agencies at the Institutional Complaint Process page for assistance.

Instructional Facilities

Information about Instructional Facilities can be found on the .

Link to FAU

The LINK Program offers you a unique opportunity to complete your Associate of Arts (AA) or articulated Associate of Science (AS) degree at a partner state college and continue their bachelor鈥檚 degree with guaranteed* admission to . For more details visit

Private Loan

Students are strongly encouraged to first exhaust all Federal Loan options prior to applying for a Private loan. When compared to Federal Loan Programs, Private loans are a MUCH MORE EXPENSIVE source of educational financing. Dependent Undergraduate students applying for private loan financing with a parental cosigner are advised to first investigate the options offered by the Federal PLUS program before applying for an private loan: .

Quick Facts

A quick guide to information about the FAU community ranging from degrees offered, degree programs, enrollment, average class size, online courses, etc. can be found at the following link: Quick Facts

Repayment Policy

Undergraduate Degree Seeking Students Only: The students鈥 official withdrawal process from the University begins when the student withdraws from all but one class on MYFAU and submits the FAU Complete Course Withdrawal form to the Dean of Students Office. Once the Dean of Students Office has contacted the student, the FAU Complete Course Withdrawal form is then signed and returned by the Dean of Students to the Office of the Registrar, and the Registrar will withdraw the student from the final class.

Undergraduate and Graduate financial aid recipients who officially or unofficially withdraw from the University may be required to repay all or a portion of the grants and loans based on the date of withdrawal or last date of attendance at an academically related activity as documented by University records, depending on whichever date more accurately reflects the student鈥檚 ceased attendance.

The amount of federal aid that you must repay is determined by the Federal Formula for Return of Title IV funds (Section 484B of the Higher Education Act)- the full text is available at the following website address: . This law also specifies the order in which funds are to be returned to the financial aid programs from which they were offered, starting with loan programs.

If you withdraw from the University, your eligibility for Federal Title IV funds (Pell Grant, SEOG, Perkins Loans, and Direct Loans) will be recalculated based on your last date of attendance at an academically related activity as documented by University records. If you were originally enrolled in multiple parts of term, your last date of attendance would ONLY include all days attended in any parts of term within the semester, excluding any overlapping days attended. The amount of Federal Title IV funds you have earned will be determined by multiplying the total Federal Title IV aid you were qualified to receive by the percentage of the days of the term that you attended (excluding days classified on your program鈥檚 academic calendar as scheduled breaks of 5 or more days). If the calculated amount of Federal Title IV aid earned exceeds the amount disbursed, you may receive a post-withdrawal disbursement for the difference. If the amount of Federal Title IV aid disbursed exceeds the calculated amount earned, you will be required to repay an amount of the disbursed aid which exceeds the calculated earned amount.

The responsibility for returning unearned Title IV aid is shared between the University and you. FAU will return the disbursed but unearned Federal Title IV aid back to the financial aid accounts in accordance with federal regulations and bill your student account for the amount returned.

欧美性爱 Bright Futures Recipients: 欧美性爱 Bright Futures Recipients will be required to repay any 欧美性爱 Bright Futures funding received for withdrawn courses.

Retention, Graduation, and Completion Rates

Information pertaining to 欧美性爱 Atlantic University retention, graduation and completion rates can be viewed retention, graduation and completion rates report.
For additional information, visit the . To view these rates at-a-glance, view the retention, graduation and completion rates summary.

Graduation Rate of Pell grant, Subsidized, Unsubsidized loan receipients

Student Athlete Graduation Rates

Student Activities

For information about student activities visit .

Student Body Diversity

For information and/or statistics about the diversity of the University Student Body use the following links below:

Student Loan Code of Conduct

The Board of Governors of the State University System recognizes that ensuring the integrity of the student financial aid process is critical to providing fair and affordable access to higher education in 欧美性爱. Therefore, the Board has formalized the following guiding principles that shall be effective immediately and must be adopted by each University鈥檚 Board of Trustees as soon as practicable. These guidelines are designed to avoid any potential for a conflict of interest between the University, its students or their parents in the student financial aid process. Accordingly, each University shall take all reasonable steps to adhere to the following principles in the University鈥檚 financial aid operations: More Details can be found at

Study Abroad Credit Policies

It is the student鈥檚 responsibility to notify the Office of International Programs (OIP) of any changes to their study abroad program course schedule during the first week of classes at the overseas institution. Failure to do so could result in a $100.00 late registration fee for classes added or dropped after the published deadlines and a $100 late payment fee. Students may also be held liable for tuition for those courses that are dropped or added late. This pertains to all students who are registered at FAU for overseas programs. Overseas transcripts must be sent to the OIP for processing. FAU reserves the right to request a professional transcript evaluation if deemed necessary at the student鈥檚 expense. Course petitions must be complete prior to departure. The grade(s) students earn abroad is/are the grade(s) transferred to your FAU GPA. OIP will not guarantee credit for courses that were not approved for credit. It is the student鈥檚 responsibility to notify OIP in writing of any schedule changes and to wait for notice that the course(s) have been approved for credit before changing their schedule. Making changes without prior approval could result in those courses not being recognized for credit. Financial aid: Students may be able to use their financial aid for study abroad. Enrollment in a program of study abroad approved for credit by the home institution may be considered enrollment at the home institution for the purpose of applying for Title IV aid. The amount of the financial aid offered and its availability will be determined by the Office of Financial Aid. A student needs to have a current FAFSA on file in order to apply for funding. If funding is offered the student must go online and accept his/her offer. It is the student鈥檚 responsibility to ensure that all paperwork required by financial aid has been completed prior to their departure; this includes but is not limited to signing their promissory note. Further, any student using financial aid must notify the Office of International Programs of their offer and provide a copy of the offer letter. Course approvals, transient forms, and petitions must be completed prior to departure for your aid to release. The required Financial Aid Survey which is sent to your FAU email account each term, for each course you are registered for, must be completed during the first week of classes at FAU. Even if you are overseas already, you must do this for your aid to release. For more information on how FAU financial aid works for study abroad, please consult the . Transcripts and Financial Aid: Overseas transcripts may take up to several months to arrive at FAU and be posted to a student鈥檚 academic record. The temporary absence of grades may affect the offering and release of further financial aid, including Bright Futures, Pell grants, scholarships, grants and student loans. OIP processes transcripts for students going on FAU exchange programs as soon as they arrive and notifies both the student and financial aid once grades have posted to the students account. Students going on affiliated programs or to a direct enroll location are responsible for obtaining their overseas transcript and sending it to the Registrar for recording. When notified, OIP will assist a student having difficulty getting a transcript in a reasonable timeframe. All students are responsible for any follow-up with financial aid after a time abroad, to ensure the timely release of any pending or future financial aid.

Transfer Student Guide Book

A Transfer Student Guide book is available for each college listing both lower-division requirements as well as requirements for the college and major. For a list of institutions with which FAU has an articulation agreement view the . For more details visit .

Tuition, Fees and Refunds

Information about tuition, additional university fees as well as policy on refund of registration fees can be found at .

Textbook Information

For information on the pricing of textbooks and materials for all classes visit: .

Types Of Graduate And Professional Education In Which Graduates Of FAU Four-Year Degree Programs Enroll

Financial Aid Glossary

The will help you understand key terms as it relates to financial aid.

Shopping Sheet

The 2020-2021 Statistics for FAU:

  • Graduation Rate = 49.6%
  • Loan Default Rate = 3.2%
  • Median Borrowing for Undergraduate Study = $16,800
  • Federal Loan Payment over 10 Years for $16,800 = approximately $178.60 per month

Students may access their personal shopping sheet:

  1. Sign into with your FAU credentials
  2. Click/tap the "Money Matters!" tile
  3. Click/tap the "View My Financial Aid Information" tile
  4. Click/tap the "Shopping Sheet" tile

For general information regarding the Shopping Sheet view the .

Tuition Exemptions

New implemented on July 1, 2014.

Web Resources

Please check the following website resources for additional financial aid opportunities:

  • (For Students/Parents)
  • Designed as an educational enhancement program that promotes academic success and personal growth for first-generation and traditionally underserved students. The RISE Program provides access to academic, social, cultural, and leadership opportunities that impact traditionally underserved student populations.