Student Financial Services Timely News

Make sure to complete your FAFSA if you want to receive financial aid for the upcoming summer, fall and/or spring semesters. Apply at www.fafsa.gov. If you will be attending summer 2014, make sure to complete the summer fina...

All students must complete.  Go to Web Advisor, Students, 2014 Spring Attendance Confirmation, then sign in.  Also review all pertinent information from offices about the Spring 2014’s schedule at www.BHSU.e...

All students must complete.  Go to Web Advisor, Students, 2014 Spring Attendance Confirmation, then sign in.  Also review all pertinent information from offices about the Spring 2014’s schedule at www.BHSU.e...

All students must complete.  Go to Web Advisor, Students, 2014 Spring Attendance Confirmation, then sign in.  Also review all pertinent information from offices about the Spring 2014’s schedule at www.BHSU.e...

  Just a reminder to go out and Web Advisor/SDePay/Current Activity to make sure your bill is paid in full.    For those that may have received a refund of excess financial aid: if you have made any changes...

Congress has agreed and President Obama has signed the Student Loan Certainty Act of 2013 which will calculate interest rates based on the T-bill.   Beginning July 1, 2013 (they will retroactively go back) the new int...

All students must complete.  Go to Web Advisor, Students, 2013 Fall Attendance Confirmation, then sign in.    Also review all pertinent information from offices about the Fall 2013’s schedule at www.BH...

Congratulations on beginning a new semester, hopefully it has started successfully for you. 

Here are several links where you can find resources for funding your university education (remember all may have deadlines so best to review, some scholarship deadlines are January 31):

All students are encouraged to review their billing information at this time.  Please log in to WebAdvisor, select SDePAY, and Current Activity for your real-time, 24/7 account balance.   If you have already signed up for the Payment Plan or the  “Total Amount Currently Due” is $0.00
The tuition due date for the Spring 2013 semester is January 22, 2013.  To help meet your educational expenses, Black Hills State University continues to offer the Nelnet Business Solutions payment plan.  The NBS payment plan offers flexible payment options using either your credit/debit card or by automatic withdrawal from your checking or savings account.  It is not a loan; therefore you have no debt, there are no interest or finance charges assessed, and there is no credit check.
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