Details on when bills are due for Winter and Summer classes will be included with the course information. Details on when the balances are due for the Summer Travel Abroad Programs are included in the trip application.
The SFS Office may consider waiving the late fee only if the balance is resolved shortly after the fee is charged.
If students or parents have any questions, please call University Health Plans at 800-437-6448 or the SFS office at 978-921-4242 ext 1174. After the waiver is completed, the College will be notified and take the fee off the billing statement within a business day. If this is not completed on time, students risk forfeiting their right to waive the fee.
If students have comparable coverage and want to waive the insurance fee, they will need to complete a waiver every academic year by the bill due date.
Because transfer students may not be enrolled in Foundation courses, they may waive the kit by completing an online form. It’s recommended that transfer students check in with the Registrar and/or Bursar before submitting the kit waiver.
Please see our “FAQ about Tuition Payment Plans and Cashnet” for more information.
- Make a direct payment(s)
- Have a parent borrow a summer Federal Parent Plus Loan
- Borrow a summer private loan
Students can apply for scholarships awarded by the Program Coordinator. The Federal Pell Grant may be available to qualifying students, and students are encouraged to visit the SFS Office to learn more.
Because the study abroad programs require a non-refundable, non-transferable deposit, students are strongly encouraged to confirm their plans to finance the trip prior to submitting the deposit.
Montserrat College of Art makes the 1098 T form available to students by January 31 annually. Students can select to have the form mailed to their house or retrieve it online. If a student is having trouble accessing their form, they can contact email@example.com.
Box 2 – (Tax years 2003 to 2017) indicates any qualified tuition or related expenses billed to the student by the educational institution.
Note: The school cannot report amounts in both box 1 and box 2. Starting in 2018, all schools will only report amounts paid for qualified tuition in Box 1.
Box 3 – If checked, this indicates that the reporting method (Amounts Billed or Payments Received) has changed from the prior year.
Box 4 – Indicates any reductions to eligible expenses reported for any prior year since 2003.
Box 5 – Indicates the amount of scholarships and grants processed for the calendar year that are applicable to qualified expenses.
Box 6 – Indicates any reduction amount to scholarships or grants reported for any prior year since 2003.
Box 7 – Indicates payments received for qualified tuition and related expenses reported in the current year of the 1098 T that relate to an academic period that begins in January through March of the subsequent year.
Box 8 – If checked, this indicates the student was at least half-time or greater for at least one academic period during the tax year.
Box 9 – If checked, this indicates the student was a graduate student for at least one academic period of the tax year.
Box 10 – Indicates the amount of any insurance contract reimbursement or refund.
Qualified* expenses are tuition and certain related expenses required for enrollment or attendance. Expenses that do not qualify include, room and board, transportation, insurance, sports, games, and any noncredit courses.
Because the 1098 T Form does not include how much a student was charged for qualified expenses, the SFS Office recommends that students and their families take their 1098 T form and a copy of the student statement to a tax advisor. Students can retrieve their statements on Campus Cafe.
STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES
978-921-4242 X 1174
978-921-4242 X 1172
The Student Financial Service Office is open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm.