That`s why all Cornell students are required to accept the financial responsibility agreement annually. Signing this agreement is your acknowledgment of your financial obligations related to enrolling in courses and your understanding of the possible consequences if you do not meet your obligations. Prizes, awards, scholarships and scholarships: I understand that all prizes, awards, scholarships and bursaries awarded to me are credited to my student account and charged to each balance. I also understand that my receipt of a prize, prize, scholarship or scholarship is considered a financial resource, in accordance with the grant rules of Title IV of the Confederation, and therefore my eligibility for other federal and/or governmental grants (e.g.B. Loans, grants, federal work studies) which, if they have already been paid into my student account, must be cancelled and returned to the source of the assistance. Financial institutions, including the financial departments of higher education institutions and universities, are required by federal laws to be transparent with their guidelines/procedures and requirements. Our goal is to help students understand the cost of their education and their financial responsibility, as well as Cornell`s financial policy and payment expectations. All students must accept Temple University`s financial responsibility agreement before taking courses or enrolling for the first time each semester. The agreement describes the financial conditions related to the price declaration. The Student Financial Agreement recognizes that you understand and accept financial responsibility for enrolling in courses at the University of Northern Illinois. Students are required to enter into this agreement “once” per academic year. I understand that the deposit of a leave of absence does not relieve me of financial obligations to the University of the Utah Valley, unless it is concluded before the 100% repayment deadline. I understand and agree that if I decide to submit a leave after the expiry of the 100% refund period, I am still responsible for the classes I have cancelled.

I continue to understand and agree that resigning from my courses may adversely affect my eligibility for financial aid, and I am responsible for refunding any cancelled withdrawals to my student account and returned to the original aid source. . . .