TJ Financial Aid Award Information
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Directions: First, go to "File" and "Make a Copy" to use this document. You will then be able to edit the spreadsheet and it will save to your Google Drive. Please modify amounts for each school you have received a financial aid award letter. You may need to add or subtract lines. Make sure to check that the formulas are working properly.
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Cost of Attendance for One Year What You Owe or Could Be Refunded:
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These expenses are billed directly from the college. -->Tuitiontotal financial aid - total billed expenses:$0.00
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Additional feesA negative balance indicates what you would owe the university. A positive balance indicates money that you could receive back from the university.
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Room/boardtotal financial aid - total expenses (green+red):$0.00
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Health insuranceThis is an estimate of what you would need in order to pay the entire cost of attendance. Since this number includes red and green expenses, the amount could be changed depending on what you need to spend in out-of-pocket costs.
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Loan fees (cost of putting student loan money into your student account)
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These expenses you will pay out of pocket. These are estimates. -->Books/suppliesWithout Accepting Student Loans- What You Owe or Could Be Refunded:
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Personaltotal financial aid w/out loans - billed expenses:$0.00
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TransportationA negative balance indicates what you would owe the university. A positive balance indicates what you could receive back from the university.
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total financial aid w/out loans - total expenses:$0.00
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Total expenses (green and red)$0.00This is an estimate of what you would need in order to pay the entire cost of attendance. Since this number includes red and green expenses, the amount could be changed depending on what you need to spend in out-of-pocket costs.
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Total billed expenses (red expenses)$0.00
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Total out-of-pocket expenses (green expenses)$0.00Keep in mind:
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*These are totals for the entire year.
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Financial Aid*To calculate semester costs, you could divide the totals by two. However, students may have more costs first semester due to one time charges such as deferred enrollment and/or housing deposits.
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Scholarships and grants are money that you don't have to pay back.Scholarship A*If you owe the university money, most likely, you will receive your first bill in July, for half the cost. The other half of the cost will be charged before the second semester.
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Scholarship B*Many universities have payment plans which you will need to arrange ASAP if you would like to pay in segments.
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Grant A
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Grant B
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Money you have to earn first.Work Study<--*Although work-study may be included on the financial aid award letter, it is not awarded at the beginning of semesters. Students have to earn the money first, which will be paid directly to them, similar to a regular job.
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Money you have to pay back.Federal Subsidized Loan
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Federal Unsubsidized Loan
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Parent Plus Loan<--Universities may award a Parent Plus Loan to fill a financial aid gap. Before borrowing a Parent Plus Loan, make sure that you most absolutely need it. Unlike students loans that are in the name of the student, parents will need to apply for the loan and have positive credit history to receive one.
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Total Financial Aid:$0.00
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Total Financial Aid w/out loans:$0.00
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Total financial aid w/out work study and loans:$0.00
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