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Per a new federal regulation, all NEW Federal Perkins Loan borrowers must have their loan disbursed by October 1, 2015. In order for your Federal Perkins Loan to disburse, you must complete both your entrance counseling and promissory note. If you do not satisfy the necessary requirements before September 30, 2015, your loan will be cancelled. Per federal regulations, this loan cannot be re-awarded once cancelled. For more details on completing your entrance counseling and promissory note, please visit www.bc.edu/perkins.
As of May 10, 2015, The Department of Higher Education implemented the new FSA ID, a modernized log-in process for federal student aid websites including FAFSA on the Web, NSLDS Student Access, StudentLoans.gov, StudentAid.gov, and the TEACH Grant website. The new FSA ID, which is comprised of a user-selected username and password, replaces the Federal Student Aid PIN as the process by which students, parents, and borrowers authenticate their identity to access their federal student aid information. You may download a guide on how to create an FSA ID.
The Office of Student Services offers a wide range of financial resources and information for Boston College students and their families. These resources include:
Financial Aid Information:
- Types of financial aid, how eligibility is determined, and how to apply for aid.
- Job opportunities for students
- Financial literacy initiatives.
Student Account Information:
Just click on any of the links to find the answers to your questions or to just learn about the financial services available in our office. And please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions as you explore our site.
Want to learn more about federal financial aid? Visit studentaid.ed.gov
BC's Net Price Calculator (intended for first-time, full-time undergraduates)
Using the net price calculator, you can estimate your eligibility for financial aid from schools to which you plan to apply and estimate your out-of-pocket expenses.
IRS Form 1098-T Information
Certain tax benefits may be available to students who have incurred qualified expenses for higher education. To assist you in the determination of eligibility for an education tax credit, Boston College provides Form 1098-T.