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Five quick steps that can help you get up and running with your student finances
Use these spreadsheets to estimate the cost to attend Lynn. The spreadsheets will also allow for scholarships, loans and grants to be taken into account on the calculation.
A booklet showing students all of the financial processes to be completed during their journey at Lynn University.
Learn about payment options and processes, as well as setting parents and other third parties up to receive billing statements. Also learn how to apply for a refund and how to provide consent for tax forms.
Learn how to send an international bank wire and about foreign currencies accepted through the MyLynn portal.
Financial Calendars, refund policies and an introduction to the student financial aid portal
An interactive iBook that promotes the concept of financial literacy.
Frequently asked questions about Student Financial Services.
How to download your own tax transcript.
Using information sheets and video links, come learn all about student finances with the team from Student Financial Services.
Learning all about the financial resources available on MyLynn
A detailed explanation of what financial aid is
Learn all about the Electronic Student Aid System
Learn about the different places where you can search for scholarships
Learn all about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Learn all about the different ways to resolve your student account balance
Learn the difference between the Cost of Attendance and the cost to attend Lynn university
Learn all about the different types of student loans
Learning about finding a job on campus
What is verification and does it apply to everyone?
Understanding the breakdown of the ESAS award
Learn all about the estimated financial summary that is found in the ESAS portal
How Student Financial Services works on myLynn.
Five quick steps that can help you get up and running with your student finances.
A video reviewing the different options that are available to help pay your tuition.
How to understand a billing statement.
Breaking down the term Financial Aid and what it means.
A video outlining the FAFSA process.
Understanding the verification process.
How KHEAA helps with the verification process at Lynn University
How to upload your verification documents to KHEAA
An outline of different scholarship opportunities that students can research.
Learn all about the different types of student loans.
Learn how ESAS works and how to use it.
An overview of how your financial award is broken down on ESAS.
Understanding an estimated financial summary as outlined in ESAS.
What is the difference between the Cost of Attendance and the Cost to Attend?
Videos outlining the FAFSA and an overview of the financial aid process.
Finding a job on campus.
Lynn University is required to file to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for each student who enrolled and for whom a reportable transaction was made on their student account, a 1098-T, Tuition Statement.
1098-T’s are now available for student...
The FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and all students are encouraged to complete every year. Please click here to learn all about the FAFSA, with tips and video links and our ten reasons to do the FAFSA.
Forms for the 2020-2021 year are to be found here. All students should review their ESAS to determine what forms they need.
These handbooks outline the policies and procedures for all areas of Student Financial Services for day, online and graduate students.
Take a look at our scholarship newsletter, as well as a number of scholarship search engines and opportunities.
Guidance on loan repayment options and also guidance for parents on the PLUS application process.
A review of the penalties for drug law violations, loan counseling and the terms and conditions of accepting financial aid under the Higher Education Opportunity Act.
Meet team members from Student Financial Services
Learn all about the FAFSA
Learn step by step how to complete the FAFSA with this PowerPoint instructional guide.
Resources for veteran students on tuition, financial aid and accreditation.
Guidance on the FNIS process and the tax process for international students.
All about health insurance, from waiving to enrolling and from plan summaries to benefits at a glance