Critical Dates

Fall 2013 Academic Calendar

Spring 2014 Academic Calendar

All fees must be paid by the appropriate deadline to avoid the possible cancellation of your classes.  If you wish to cancel your registration, you must do so at my.sc.edu BEFORE the term begins to cancel all charges.  You may incur charges if you are registered for a class, but fail to drop the class by the appropriate deadline. After the term begins, please consult the Refund Schedule to insure you drop/withdraw during the 100% refund period to avoid any charges.

Term...

 Fee Payment Deadline

Spring 2014

Tuesday, January 14, 5:00 pm

Spring II 2014

Monday, March 17, 5:00 pm

Maymester 2014

Monday, May 12, 5:00 pm

Summer I, Summer 10-week, Saturday courses 2014

Monday, June 2, 5:00 pm

Summer II 2014

Monday, July 7, 5:00 pm

Students who register after the fee payment deadline must pay fees at time of registration. Late fees of $100.00 per month will be assessed after the fee payment deadline.

Any additional student charges associated with verification of student identity will appear on the student bill prior to final payment, or at the time of enrollment.

Financial aid awards must be applied to any appropriate balance before the fee payment deadline. If your financial aid is not available by the fee payment deadline, you are responsible for paying your fees and being reimbursed by any subsequent financial aid awards.

If your financial aid award is pending, you must clear all exceptions before the award may be applied to any balance due. If you have a balance due after all financial aid awards are available, you must pay the balance due by the appropriate deadline.

Financial Aid Disbursement

Overage checks are now being direct deposited. If you are not currently signed up for direct deposit, please log onto your Self Service account, select Account Information, and Payment Gateway, and sign up using the eRefunds tab at the top of the page.  Parent Plus loan overage checks will be mailed to the parent at the address that was entered on the Plus loan application.  Students receiving aid based on enrollment in Summer I and Summer II classes will not receive any overage checks until tuition for all terms has been paid.

Term...

 Disbursements will begin...

Spring 2014

Wednesday, January 8

 

Starting in Fall 2011, financial aid overage checks were direct deposited to a student's checking account. Electronic Check Transfer (ECT) provides automatic deposit of funds resulting from Financial Aid and Scholarship awards that exceed the amount owed to the University.  Students can sign up for direct deposit on my.sc.edu.  For students who do not have checking accounts, the overage checks will be mailed.