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            for
    Tuition, Fees and
Other Financial Information
        2007 - 2008
                                                                                                              (2)    The Debt Service fee represents the cost of debt payments for capital projects which are utilized by
                                   FINANCIAL INFORMATION                                                             the campus community.
                                  VIRGINIA STATE UNIVERSITY                                                   (3)    The State Capital Outlay fee is a state mandated fee for out-of-state-students to cover the
                               TUITION AND FEES (PER SEMESTER)                                                       appropriate share of debt service costs for construction projects.
                                           2007-2008
                                                                                                              (4)    Room – Rates reflected are for standard double occupancy. Additional charges may apply based
                              FALL 2007, SPRING and SUMMER 2008                                                      on residence hall. See additional charges below.
Unless otherwise noted, all fees shown in this guide are on a per semester basis.
FULL-TIME (12-18 Hours):                                                                                      (5)    Board costs are charged to all students housed in the residence halls.
                                            UNDERGRADUATE                         GRADUATE
                                              Residency Status                 Residency Status               Residence Halls
                                           Virginia     Non-Virginia        Virginia Non-Virginia             Costs shown for undergraduate and graduate room charges are for double occupancy. Students living in
Tuition                                  $ 1,593.00         $5,358.00        $ 2,135.00   $ 5,844.00          the Student Village, Puryear Hall, Seward Hall and Whiting Hall are charged an additional $50 per
Comprehensive Fee (1)                      1,105.00          1,105.00          1,105.00     1,105.00          semester. Students living in Langston Hall are charged an additional $100 per semester. Also, an
Debt Service Fee (2)                         129.50            129.50           129.50        129.50          additional charge of $530 will be assessed for single occupancy, except for Langston Hall.
State Capital Outlay Fee (3)                      0          ___61.00                 0        61.00          The University plans to open its new living/learning residence hall complex in the Spring semester of
      Subtotal- Non-Boarding              $2,827.50          6,653.50       $ 3,369.50     $7,139.50          2008. The new complex offers suite style living to our students. There are four room options in the new
                                                                                                              complex:
Room    (4)                                  2,124.50          2,124.50          2,124.50         2,124.50
                                                                                                                                                                                  Spring 2008
Board   (5)                                  1,545.50          1,545.50          1,545.50         1,545.50
        Subtotal Room & Board                3,670.00          3,670.00          3,670.00         3,670.00
                                                                                                              Four Person Suites (2 bedrooms/2 people per room)                   $2,499.00
Total Cost with Room & Board                $6,497.50         10,323.50        $ 7,039.50      $ 10,809.50    Four Person Suites (4 bedrooms/1 person per room)                   $2,800.00
PART-TIME (Less than 12 Hours) FEES PER SEMESTER HOUR:                                                        Two Person Suites (2 bedrooms/1 person per room)                    $2,937.00
                                                                                                              One Person Suites (1 bedroom/1 person per room)                     $3,013.00
                                             UNDERGRADUATE                          GRADUATE                  The facility is ADA compliant.
                                             Virginia Non-Virginia             Virginia Non-Virginia
Tuition (Total Cost Per Credit Hour)         $ 189.00     $ 444.00              $ 281.00    $ 595.00          Students who officially withdraw from the University (during any session) within the first five calendar
                                                                                                              days of the beginning of classes will be charged a prorated room and board fee for the number of days
                                                       SUMMER 2008 FEES                                       occupied in the residence hall.
                                                 UNDERGRADUATE and GRADUATE                                   Students who officially withdraw from the University (during any session) after the fifth calendar day
Board                                              $105.00    per week                                        from the start of classes will be charged the entire room rate for the semester. This requirement is also
Room          Single Occupancy                     $162.00    per week                                        applicable to students residing in the University Apartments. Board charges will be prorated for the
              Double Occupancy                     $117.00    per week                                        number of days occupied in the residence hall.
DOCTORAL PROGRAM IN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION (Ed.D.)                                        University Apartments at Ettrick
FULL-TIME (9 Credit Hours Per Semester)                                                                       Students classified as a sophomore or above are eligible to live in the University Apartments at Ettrick
                                                        FALL 2007 and SPRING 2008                             (UAE). The deposits for Fall 2007 and Spring 2008 for the UAE residents are a $300 Damage Deposit
                                                              Virginia   Non-Virginia                         and a $20 Non-refundable Application fee. Deposits and fees are subject to change.
Tuition                                                      $ 2,135.00    $ 5,844.00
                                                                                                              Semester Rates                 (10 Month Lease)                     (12 Month Lease)
Comprehensive Fee (1)                                          1,105.00      1,105.00
                                                                                                                                             Fall 2007  Spring 2008               Fall 2007     Spring 2008
Debt Service Fee (2)                                             129.50        129.50
                                                                                                              Floor Plan
State Capital Outlay Fee (3)                                          0         61.00
                                                                                                              2 /2 Shared Bedroom            $2,557.00     $2,557.00              $2,997.00         $2,997.00
        Subtotal- Non-Boarding                               $ 3,369.50    $ 7,139.50
                                                                                                              4 /2 Private Bedroom           $3,020.00     $3,020.00              $3,542.50         $3,542.50
Room (4)                                                       2,124.50          2,124.50                     Students interested in obtaining information about the UAE and applying for residency should visit the
Board (5)                                                      1,545.50          1,545.50                     website at www.universityapartmentsatettrick.net. Residents of the UAE do not incur Board charges
       Subtotal Room & Board                                   3,670.00          3,670.00                     unless they purchase a meal plan.
Total Cost With Boarding                                      $7,039.50        $10,809.50                     Clearance: The University will clear all students yearly in order to determine that they are qualified to
                                                                                                              live at the University Apartments at Ettrick. All renewals are conditioned upon the University’s clearance.
6 Credit Hours Per Term                                 SUMMER 2008 TERM FEES
(2 Terms Per Summer Session)                                Virginia Non-Virginia                             Parking Permits: All residents who wish to utilize an on-site parking space must purchase a parking decal.
                                                                                                              The assignment of parking decals are made on a first come, first served basis. Decals for the full
Tuition (Total Cost)                                        $1,686.00    $3,570.00
                                                                                                              academic year may be purchased in advance. Parking permits are $100.00 for the full academic year.
                                                                                                              *VSU will not recognize UAE Decals on campus for the 07-08 Academic Year. An additional parking
THE UNIVERSITY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE ITS FEES. IF SUCH A CHANGE                                        decal must be purchased for on campus parking.
BECOMES NECESSARY, THE UNIVERSITY WILL ENDEAVOR TO GIVE NOTICE IN
ADVANCE. ROOM AND BOARD RATES ARE THE SAME FOR PART-TIME AND FULL-                                                                        MISCELLANEOUS COSTS / OTHER FEES
TIME UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE STUDENTS DURING THE ACADEMIC YEAR.                                            Application Fee                                                                         $25
(1)     Comprehensive fee supports organizations and activities, athletic programs, reserves for facilities   Orientation Fee                                                                         $75
        enhancement or additions/replacements, and a variety of other college programs, activities, and       (The Orientation Fee is a required non-refundable fee for all entering
        state mandates.                                                                                       freshmen and transfer students with less than 30 semester credit hours.)
Required Deposits: (First Semester only)                                                                      c) Estimated cost only: Student insurance fees for 2007 – 2008 are not finalized as of this printing. A
Upon acceptance to the University, all first time students (freshmen and transfers that plan to live on          nominal increase should be anticipated. The fee is payable directly to the insurance company, not to
campus) are required to pay each of the following advance deposits. No financial aid can be substituted for      the University.
deposits. Each deposit must be paid before receiving a room assignment.
                                                                                                              Calculation of Fees
            $100   Advance Tuition Deposit – Non Refundable                                                  Undergraduate and graduate students carrying 12 to 18 semester hours are full-time students and subject to
                         One-time advance tuition deposit should be paid by June 1 or December 1 in the       full-time tuition and fees. Students enrolled in 19 or more hours will be assessed additional tuition at the
                         term of acceptance to the University.                                                hourly rate based on classification and residency status. Students who are officially required to carry an
            $150 Room Reservation Deposit – Non Refundable                                                   overload, based on curriculum, must submit the appropriate documentation to the Student Accounts Office
                       At the beginning of each Fall Semester, all students planning to live in the           to prevent additional charges. Military Science courses do not contribute to any overload status.
                       residence halls must pay a room reservation deposit by June 1 for room and             Fees are assessed based on classification (Undergraduate, Graduate) and residency (Virginia Resident,
                       board.                                                                                 Non-Resident of Virginia) in consideration of the total number of hours carried. Undergraduate students
                                                                                                              and students without a prior college degree (baccalaureate level) will be assessed as Pre-Baccalaureate
            $150 Refundable Damage Deposit
                                                                                                              students. Graduate students and students with a baccalaureate degree will be assessed as
                       One-time refundable damage deposit is to be paid by June 1 or December 1 in the
                       term of acceptance. The damage deposit is refundable provided the student does         Post-Baccalaureate students. Those determinations are made without regard to the level of the course
                                                                                                              being taken.
                       not have an outstanding university balance; contract forfeiture has not been
                       assessed or provided there are no other unpaid balances on the student’s account.      Students enrolled in the Doctoral Program will be considered full-time throughout their first two years of
             _____                                                                                            study.
            $400      Total due by June 1, Fall semester, for first time freshmen and transfer students
                       planning to live on campus.                                                            First year undergraduate students entering Virginia State University (VSU) directly from secondary
                                                                                                              schools are required to live on campus during their first year. Accordingly, all first year students are
Returning Students Residing on Campus: Room Reservation Deposit                      $150                     assessed room and board charges unless: the student’s permanent residence is within 25 miles of the
Off-Campus Meal Plan (Available to Students, Faculty and Staff):                                              University; the student is 21 years old or older; married, divorced or widowed; or has served in the
                   25 Meal Plan                                                      $119                     military.
                   50 Meal Plan                                                      $228                     Meeting Financial Obligations
                   75 Meal Plan                                                      $336                     Students are expected to pay tuition and fees in full, before the start of classes. All tuition and fees are due
Internship                                                                                                    before official enrollment in classes. A student must be financially cleared (validated) before being
                       Virginia Resident                                      $189 per credit hour            considered officially enrolled. “Validated” means that satisfactory financial arrangements have been
                       Non-Virginia Resident                                  $444 per credit hour            made and certified by the Office of Student Accounts.
Dietetic Internship Certificate Program                                                                       Students may be validated through the mail if all financial responsibilities are satisfied and all account
                       Program Fee                                                 $3,500                     holds have been cleared. The University offers a tuition payment plan for students with a balance due
                       Certification Exam Fee                                         $50                     after financial aid is applied. More information regarding the tuition payment plan follows.
                       Review of Transcript Fee                                       $25
Student Teaching                                                                                              All expenses from a prior semester must be settled before enrollment in a subsequent semester or summer
                       Virginia Resident                                      $189 per credit hour            session. Candidates for December graduation must settle all accounts with the University by December 7,
                       Non-Virginia Resident                                  $444 per credit hour            2007 in order to be permitted to participate in the commencement exercises. Candidates for May
Late Registration Fee                                                                $500                     graduation must settle all accounts with the University by May 2, 2008 in order to be permitted to
Late Validation Fee                                                                  $100                     participate in the commencement exercises.
National Student Exchange Application Fee                                             $85
      (Details on pg.12)                                                                                                                              PAYMENT METHODS
Returned Check Fee                                                                   $ 25                     Electronic Payment Methods
Parking Fee (All Vehicles Must Display a Valid Decal)                                                         Students who owe a balance due but do not want to enroll in the monthly payment plan have the option of
                                                                                                              making their payment over the web using the One-Time Payment (OTP) option. Students may make an
                     Faculty/Staff                                                   $ 95
                                                                                                              electronic payment on their account using a credit card or debit from a bank account. Simply log on to the
                     Full/Part-Time Students                                         $ 60
                                                                                                              VSU website (www.vsu.edu) and click on the “make payments” under the “Trojan Link” tab. In the new
Evaluation of Work/Life Experiences                                       (50% of applicable tuition)         window select One-Time Payment (OTP) option.
Comprehensive Exam Fee (a)                                                     $ 50
Proficiency Fee (b)                                                       (50% of applicable tuition)         Cashier’s Office
Thesis Fee (non-enrolled)                                                      $ 60                           Payments should be made to the Cashier's Office, Virginia Hall, Room 112, Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM -
Transcript Fee                                                                 $ 2                            3:30 PM and on Tuesday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM. Payments should be made payable to: Virginia State
Graduation Fee                                                                 $ 60                           University. Accepted forms of payment include: Cash; Cashier’s Check; Certified Check; Money Order;
VSU Identification Card                                                                                       Personal Check (see following limitation); debit card; and credit card (MasterCard, Visa, American
                      Lost and stolen card replacement                         $ 25                           Express and Discover). The University reserves the right to refuse checks from students who have
                      Damaged card replacement (must return damaged card)     $ 10                            had checks returned in the past.
Accident & Health Insurance (Optional – Per Year)(c)                                 $710                     Please forward all payments to:
Select courses require students to provide their own materials and supplies.                                  Virginia State University
                                                                                                              Cashier’s Office
a) Comprehensive Exam Fees will be charged to students who are not enrolled for other courses. If a
                                                                                                              P.O. Box 9125
   student has additional credit hours, the $50 Exam fee will not be assessed.
                                                                                                              Petersburg, Virginia, 23806
b) The fee must be paid prior to taking the exam .
DO NOT FORWARD CASH IN THE MAIL. The student's name and account number must accompany                        Unpaid and Overdue Accounts
the remittance or appear on the check or money order. All checks (no starter checks) must have the                   Students who are delinquent on any monthly payment may not be allowed to participate in the
following information pertaining to the payer:                                                                        Tuition Payment Plan program in the subsequent semester.
          U.S. Driver’s License Number, or U.S. State issued Non-driver’s ID Number, or U.S. Military               Holds will be placed on a student’s account when there is a delinquent tuition payment plan
           ID Number                                                                                                  balance or any other delinquent payment due to the University at the time of pre-registration or
          Name imprinted by check manufacturer                                                                       pre-housing to prevent registering for classes and obtaining a housing assignment.
          Current address and phone number, hand written if not imprinted                                           Amounts due to the University must be paid, in full, before any holds are removed and before
          No post-dated checks will be accepted                                                                      receiving classes or a housing assignment. The University reserves the right to require
          Signature matches imprinted name on check                                                                  payments in guaranteed funds before hold removal.
                                                                                                                     If a student receives a housing assignment during the pre-housing period and subsequently
A fee of $25 will be charged for all returned checks and future payment by check will not be accepted.
                                                                                                                      incurs a balance due, the housing assignment will be revoked. The assignment can be
NSF checks will be vigilantly collected upon and can only be repaid by cash, money order, credit                      reinstated when balances due are paid, contingent upon the availability of rooms.
card, or certified means of payment. Consequently, the University will not accept any type of                        If a student’s account becomes delinquent, the student will be dropped from the class roster,
personal check on your behalf. In addition, further collection pursuits can and may include, but are                  dining privileges will be revoked and the student will be removed from the dormitory.
not limited to, legal action. The student shall also be liable for any and all costs incurred in the                 Grades will be withheld and the student will not be granted a transcript, diploma or certificate
collection of the returned check or any other delinquent balances.                                                    until all financial obligations to the University are resolved.
Work Study Deferments                                                                                                Unpaid/delinquent accounts may be referred to the University’s Collection Unit for activity.
Students awarded College Work Study Program funds by Financial Aid can use up to 75% of the semester                  Collection activity can include referral of the account to a private collection agency,
award to offset the cost of attendance.                                                                               submission of the account for litigation by the Office of the Attorney General and to the
Tuition Payment Plan                                                                                                  Department of Taxation.
Virginia State University currently offers interest-free semester payment plans through Sallie Mae.          Note: The student is liable and will be charged for any and all costs incurred, including attorney’s
Students may, and are encouraged to enroll on-line at www.vsu.edu. For telephone enrollments call (877)            fees, in collection of the unpaid account. Collection charges can range as high as 33.3% and
279-6092. Monthly payments can also be automatically deducted from your bank account or billed to                  are added to the student account balance.
your credit card at no additional charge.
                                                                                                             Official Communication to Students by E-Mail
5-month Semester Only Payment Plan (for balances of $1,001 or more)                                          All students are responsible for maintaining a VSU issued (e-mail) address. University officials will use e-
     Payments are made in equal installments from July 1– November 1 (Fall semester) and December           mail as the most expeditious means of communicating with students. Billing statements, overdue notices
      1 - April 1 (Spring Semester). Plan must be set up each semester.                                      and other information for students will be sent to students via e-mail on a regular basis. Additional notices
     Enrollment fee of $40 and first installment payment due at the time plan is set up.                    will be sent via the U.S. mail, but at a reduced level. All students are responsible for activating their e-mail
4-month Semester Only Payment Plan (for balances of $1,001 or more )                                         account and checking it on a daily basis. Additionally, students are required to use Banner Student Self
     Payments are made in equal installments from August 1– November 1 (Fall semester) and January          Service to ensure account balances are current and up-to-date. If necessary, students should contact the
      1 – April 1 (Spring Semester). Plan must be set up each semester.                                      Office of Information Technology at (800) 630-8917 for assistance with these systems.
     Enrollment fee of $40 and first installment payment due at the time plan is set up.
3-month Semester Only Payment Plan (for balances of $200 up to $1,000)                                       VSU ONE CARD
     Payments are made in equal installments from September 1 - November 1 (Fall semester) and              The VSU One Card is the official identification card given to all new students. This card is used as a debit
      February 1 – April 1(Spring Semester).                                                                 card for book vouchers, laundry services, vending machines and library services. Students can deposit
     Enrollment fee of $40 and first installment payment due at the time plan is set up                     money to their One Card at the One Card Office or by using one of the One Card deposit machines located
Students who enroll after the start date must bring payments up to date in order to get validated.           in the Library, Jones Dining Hall, and Foster Hall.

Administrative Withdrawal Policy for Delinquent Tuition Payment Plan Participants                            BOOKS AND SUPPLIES
     The Office of Students Accounts will send a delinquent/late notice to students after 30 days from      Books and supplies are additional out-of-pocket expenses. Therefore, students must bring money for the
      the start of class.                                                                                    purchase of books and supplies. These expenses should not be included with payments for tuition and
     A second notice of intent to administratively withdraw will be sent 45 days from the start of class.   other related expenses. Such expenses may range from $200 to $700 per semester, depending on a
      This notice will be sent prior to mid-term. The students will have 15 additional days to pay the       student’s major and class load.
      delinquent balance or initiate an appeal before the official withdrawal is processed.
                                                                                                             However, students receiving financial aid, scholarships, etc. in excess of the semester charges may charge
     Students who have not addressed their financial obligations will be administratively withdrawn on      a book voucher on their One Card. Book vouchers are based on a student’s estimated credit balance per
      the 64th day after the first day of class.
                                                                                                             semester. The voucher may be used to purchase books and supplies only and cannot be exchanged for
     Students who are delinquent on any monthly payment may not be allowed to participate in the            cash. It is recommended that students obtain an estimated cost for books and supplies before requesting a
      Tuition Payment Plan program in the subsequent semester. Notification of suspension will be            book voucher.
      mailed before the last day of class. Students who are suspended from participation in the Tuition
      Payment Plan program during the Fall semester must wait until the subsequent Fall semester to          No cash refunds will be issued for merchandise exchanged or unused balances. The book voucher can
      reapply. Students who are suspended from participation in the Tuition Payment Plan program             only be used during the current semester, up to the specified expiration date. Unused book voucher
      during the Spring semester must wait until the subsequent Spring semester to reapply.                  amounts will be automatically credited to the student account by the end of the semester.
     Holds will be placed on a student’s account when there is a delinquent tuition payment plan            *Book vouchers will be issued during registration and one week subsequent to late registration.
      balance or any other delinquent payment due to the University at the time of pre-registration or       To request a book-voucher e-mail bookvoucher@vsu.edu with your name, account number and the
      pre-housing to prevent registering for classes and obtaining a housing assignment. Students must       amount you want on your book-voucher.
      bring current their tuition payment plan account and other payments due to the University before
      any holds are removed and before receiving classes or a housing assignment.                            Refund of Currently Enrolled Overpaid Accounts
                                                                                                             Students that have a credit balance resulting from Title IV (Federal) funds will be issued a refund, by the
                                                                                                             Student Accounts Office, within 14 working days of the aid disbursement that causes an actual credit
                                                                                                             balance. All other credits resulting from State Funds, scholarships, etc. will be processed as soon as
possible, within our normal operating schedule. The refund will be payable to the student and mailed
by the Treasurer of Virginia to the student’s permanent address. It is imperative that the student            The Return to Title IV Refund Policy is based on the federal mandate that students earn federal financial
maintains his/her correct address(s) at the University in order to receive timely correspondence and          aid eligibility in proportion to the amount of time the student was enrolled. The earned portion of
account status information.                                                                                   student’s federal financial aid will be disbursed to the student’s account to assist in paying institutional
                                                                                                              related expenses. The unearned portion will be refunded and/or returned to the U.S. Department of
The refund process will begin on August 24, 2007 (fall) and January 25, 2008 (spring).                        Education Title IV Programs.
                                                                                                              UNIVERSITY REFUND POLICY
WITHDRAWAL REFUND POLICY                                                                                      This policy is used to calculate a refund if the student meets the following criteria:
Students who wish to withdraw from the University must complete the following steps:
     1. Complete an Official Withdrawal Form. The form may be obtained from the Academic                      The student’s official withdrawal date is AFTER 60% of the enrollment period. This equates to the
          Support Center, located at 3324 Barnes Street.                                                      enrollment period of more than 9 weeks (59 calendar days) after the official first day of class.
     2. Complete an Exit Interview with the Office of Student Financial Aid .                                 These students will be issued a refund using the following guidelines. It must be noted that the “Official
     3. Sign a statement concerning the Return of Financial Aid Title IV funds. The Office of                 Withdrawal Date” indicates the number of calendar days the student is officially enrolled. This includes
          Financial Aid is located in Gandy Hall.                                                             both the first day of class and day of official withdrawal.
Students called to “Temporary Active Duty”, will need to complete the following steps:
     1. Contact the University Registrar’s Office with a copy of official deployment orders.                            OFFICIAL WITHDRAWAL DATE                           % OF TUITION AND FEE CHARGES TO BE
                                                                                                                                                                                   RETAINED BY SCHOOL
     2. Complete an exit interview with the Office of Student Financial Aid.
     3. Sign a statement concerning the Return of Financial Aid Title IV funds. The Office of Student
           Financial aid is located in Gandy Hall.                                                                                1-10 DAYS *                                                  25%


ADJUSTMENT OF FEES UPON OFFICIAL WITHDRAWAL                                                                                        11-20 DAYS                                                  50%
Refunds of Institutional charges including tuition, fees, room and board will be calculated based on either
the Federal Return of Title IV Refund Policy or the University Refund Policy (see tables on page 9).                           21 OR MORE DAYS                                                 100%
Students may be assessed $100 or 5% of institutional cost as an administrative fee (whichever is less).
Also, students who are on military deployment will be prorated based on the University’s policy.              *Students who officially withdraw from the University (during any session) within the first five calendar
Note: The Official Withdrawal Date is defined as the actual date the student began the Institution’s          days of the beginning of classes will be charged a prorated room and board fee for the number of days in
official withdrawal process, or the midpoint of the semester for a student who leaves without completing      the residence hall.
the appropriate withdrawal steps listed above.
                                                                                                              Students who officially withdraw from the University (during any session) after the fifth calendar day
                                                                                                              from the start of classes will be charged the entire room rate for the semester. This requirement is also
FEDERAL RETURN OF TITLE IV REFUND POLICY
                                                                                                              applicable to students residing in the University Apartments. Board charges will be prorated for the
This policy is used to calculate a refund if the student meets the following criteria.
                                                                                                              number of days in the residence hall.
The student is receiving Federal Title IV Financial Aid (See list on page 9) and the student’s official
withdrawal date is BEFORE 60% of the enrollment period. This equates to a withdrawal date on or before        OFF-CAMPUS COURSES
9 weeks (59 calendar days) or less after the official beginning of class. Student’s withdrawing after 9       For all off-campus classes, a student must process an official Drop Form before the course has met for the
weeks (59 calendar days) of classes; the refund calculation will be based on the University’s Refund          second scheduled time in order to receive a complete refund. After a class has met for the second time, a
Policy (see below).                                                                                           student may withdraw from the class, but will not be eligible for any refund.

           OFFICIAL WITHDRAWAL DATE                                % OF CHARGES TO BE RETAINED BY             FEDERAL REGULATION
                                                                             SCHOOOL                          The following federal regulations apply to the processing of all refunds at VSU. If a student withdraws
                                                                                                              before his/her first day of class, no Title IV or other financial aid sources will be used to pay any portion
                 Before the 1st day of class                                             0%                   of the student’s educational cost, regardless of the policy that is being used. The student will be
                                                                                                              responsible for any charges incurred.
                     Week 1 (day 1-7)                                             1% thru 8%
                                                                                                              STUDENT FINANCIAL AID
                    Week 2 (day 8-14)                                             9% thru 14%                 Financial aid is money, or the opportunity to earn money, to help students meet the difference between
                                                                                                              what can be reasonably afforded to pay and the actual educational cost to attend college. Virginia State
                    Week 3 (day 15-21)                                           15% thru 21%                 University’s student financial aid programs are administered in conjunction with Federal and State
                                                                                                              regulations and the Philosophy of Awarding Financial Aid for Higher Education. The basis of this
                    Week 4 (day 22-28)                                           22% thru 28%
                                                                                                              philosophy is the belief that parents and students are the primary source for meeting educational costs.
                    Week 5 (day 29-35)                                           29% thru 36%                 Student financial aid programs act as a bridge to closing the gap between student and parent resources
                                                                                                              and college related expenses.
                    Week 6 (day 36-42)                                           37% thru 43%
                                                                                                              TITLE IV FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS:
                    Week 7 (day 43-49)                                           44% thru 50%                            Federal Pell Grant (PELL)
                                                                                                                         Federal Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG)
                    Week 8 (day 50-56)                                           51% thru 57%                            Federal Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent Grant (SMART)
                                                                                                                         Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)
                    Week 9 (day 57-58)                                           58% thru 59%
                                                                                                                         Federal Perkins Loan
                                                                                                                         Federal Stafford Subsidized Loan
                After 59 days of enrollment                                          100%
                                                                                                                         Federal Stafford Unsubsidized Loan
                                                                                                                         Federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate and Graduate Students (PLUS)
              Federal College Work Study (CWS)                                                                      3.   Type in your Student ID and Pin Number
                                                                                                                    4.   Select Financial Aid
WITHDRAWAL REFUND POLICIES are subject to change based on new or revised regulations.                               5.   Choose Accept Awards
Application Process                                                                                                 6.   For each award offered, select the required actions (accept, decline, etc.)
If a student is financing his/her education with financial aid, there are two initial steps required in             7.   When you have finished reviewing all of your awards, scroll to the bottom of the page, and
applying for student financial aid at Virginia State University:                                                         click the box for the “Terms and Conditions”
           1. The applicant must complete and submit to the Federal Aid Processor, the Free                              Note: Your award will not be processed until you accept the Terms and Conditions
                Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA); and                                                    8.   You can also find other helpful information on this web page, including: Students
            2. Mandatory for the 2007-2008 Award Year: the applicant must complete and submit to                         Requirements (Missing Documents), Award History, Academic Progress Status, Cost of
                the Office of Student Financial Aid, the Virginia State University Application for                       Attendance, and more!
                Financial Assistance (VSU). You must download this form via the Internet at                         For additional forms, such as the Parent Plus Loan Application and the Office of Student Financial
                www.vsu.edu - select “Financial Aid”, and then select “Documents and Forms”. In                     Aid Calendar, please visit www.vsu.edu – select “Financial Aid”, then “Documents and Forms”.
                addition, the applicant must complete the Title IV Authorization section on the back of the         Reminder: a financial aid award must be accepted, disbursed and a credit balance reflected on the
                application. The applicant should read all three questions and check the box that is                student’s account before a refund can be processed.
                applicable for each question.
                                                                                                                 Loan Process for 2007-2008:
Both applications should be completed no earlier than January 1st and no later than March 31st (for an           New students or students receiving a Federal Student Loan for the first time must complete the
early decision) of the year the applicant intends to enroll at Virginia State University. Students who file      electronic steps below:
the Federal (FAFSA) and the University's (VSU) applications by the applicable deadline referenced                           Complete the Electronic Stafford Loan Process by visiting Virginia State University
above will receive priority consideration for all the aid programs available to Virginia State University.
                                                                                                                             Financial Aid Website – www.vsu.edu
A financial aid applicant who has been selected for “Verification” by the U.S. Department of Education                      Select – “Financial Aid”
will be requested to submit additional information before funds are awarded and disbursed to his/her                        Select the “Apply for Loans” tab
student account.                                                                                                            Select the “New Federal Stafford Loan Process” Link

Award and Notification Process                                                                                   Please note the following New Federal Loan Amounts:
The Office of Student Financial Aid must have on file the Federal Student Aid Reports, and the results           Classification               Federal Stafford Amount            Additional Unsubsidized Loan Amount
of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), before an applicant may be considered                   Freshman                     $3,500                             $4,000
eligible for any of the Federal, State, and/or Institutional Programs. Virginia State University’s School        Sophomore                    $4,500                             $4,000
code for the FAFSA is 003764. Mandatory for the 2007-2008 Award Year: the applicant must                         Juniors and Seniors          $5,500                             $5,000
complete and submit to the Office of Student Financial Aid, the Virginia State University Application            Graduate Students            $8,500                             $7,000
for Financial Assistance (VSU). You must download this form via the Internet at www.vsu.edu - select             Special Note Regarding Parent (Plus) Loan and Outside (Alternative) Loan Processing: All Parent
“Financial Aid”, and then select “Documents and Forms”. In addition, the applicant must complete the             (Plus) Loans and Outside (Alternative) Loan information must be received in the Financial Aid Office,
Title IV Authorization section on the back of the application. The applicant should read all three               prior to June 30th for the Fall Semester and November 1st for the Spring semester. All required
questions and check the box that is applicable for each question.                                                documents (i.e, promissory notes and income verification- if requested) must be on file with your lender
The financial aid award package may consist of a combination of grants, scholarships, work-study and             of choice before the Office of Student Financial Aid can apply the loan credit to your student account.
student and/or parent loans. Together these awards attempt to meet a student's financial need.                   Also, the lender must supply the Office of Student Financial Aid with an expected disbursement date of
Students must notify the Office of Student Financial Aid of all types of scholarships awarded.                   the funds requested. Allow 4 to 6 weeks processing time in order to ensure funds are available during
Scholarships must be considered as a resource in determining the student total award package. If you             the Registration and Validation Period. (Note: A Pre-Approval Letter from the lender is not a valid
have been selected to receive a scholarship for the 2007-2008 academic year, please submit a copy of             document for the purpose of reducing your account balance.)
the scholarship letter from your sponsor indicating the total amount awarded and the academic terms for          To help expedite the Parent Plus Loan Approval Process, please use the following electronic steps:
which the scholarship will be disbursed.                                                                                   Complete the Electronic Parent Loan Process by visiting Virginia State University Financial
Students who are offered a Federal Stafford Student Loan and/or a Perkins Loan, as a part of their award                    Aid Website – www.vsu.edu
package must complete the following information:                                                                           Select “Financial Aid”
       An agreement that you will repay the loan (Promissory Note).                                                       Select the “Apply for Loans” tab
       An Entrance Interview Form.                                                                                        Select the “First Time Federal PLUS Loan Borrowers” or the “Returning Federal PLUS
       In addition, before graduation and/or leaving the University, a student must complete an Exit                       Loan Borrowers” link
        Interview Form.
                                                                                                                 Debt Management
Award Notification for Entering Freshman and New Transfer Students:                                              Many students must borrow to pay for their college education, and borrowing a student loan(s) is
Students who are awarded any type of financial assistance must sign, date and return the original copy           serious business. Upon accepting a Federal Stafford Student Loan, Federal Perkins Loan, Federal
of the first award notification letter. In the event that a revised award notification letter is received, the   Unsubsidized Stafford Loan, or a Federal Parent (PLUS) Loan, the student/parent signs an agreement to
student must also sign and return it in order for the Office of Student Financial Aid to authorize valid         repay this loan. That agreement is called a Promissory Note. Be smart, only borrow and/or spend loan
disbursement to the student’s account. A signed award notification letter and/or the Federal Stafford            money on educational costs and living necessities.
and Federal Perkins Loan Promissory Notes are considered valid financial aid documents, and will be
accepted for registration and validation purposes. A financial aid award must be disbursed and a credit          Transfer Students
balance reflected on the student’s account before a refund can be processed.                                     The student must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Assistance (FAFSA) and the
Award Notification for All Returning Students:                                                                   Mandatory Virginia State University Application for Financial Assistance (VSU) before eligibility can
The Office of Student Financial Aid has an Electronic Process for you to accept your 2007-2008                   be determined. Virginia State University’s School code for the FAFSA is 003764.
financial aid award. Just follow these simple steps:
   1. Go to the Virginia State University homepage (www.vsu.edu) and select the Trojan Link
   2. Select Student Services
Re-Admit Students                                                                                             VSU is a Plan B institution. Tuition and fees are paid to Virginia State University, room and board is
Students, who interrupt their enrollment for at least one year, must apply for readmission to the             paid to the host institution, and any other expense (i.e. travel) is the student’s responsibility. There is an
University through the Office of Admissions. Federal regulations prohibit the Office of Student               application fee. All interested in this opportunity please see the coordinator in the Academic Support
Financial Aid from awarding and processing financial assistance until such time that a student has been       Center for additional information.
officially re-admitted to the University in a degree seeking program of study.
                                                                                                              Graduate Students
Financial Aid and Academic Requirements                                                                       A graduate student is considered to have made satisfactory academic progress for maintaining financial
A student's eligibility to receive funds from Federal, State and Institutional programs depends on the        aid eligibility if the following is maintained:
number of credit hours for which the student initially registers and completes. Since most financial aid             1.     Graduates must earn at least 80 % of the graduate-level course work that has been
packages are awarded on the basis of full-time enrollment costs, the student should be aware that the                       attempted; and
award package would be re-evaluated and adjusted if full-time enrollment is not established and                      2.     Graduate students who have enrolled in a graduate program for 2 or more enrollment terms
maintained. For financial aid purposes, both undergraduate and graduate full-time enrollment status                         (Fall, Spring, Summer) must have earned a cumulative 3.0 GPA in his/her course of study
requires a minimum of 12 credit hours each semester, in some cases 9 hours may be appropriate
enrollment status for a particular graduate program. If a student is contemplating part-time enrollment, it   Progress Review Procedures
is advisable to see a financial aid representative to discuss the consequences.                               Any student receiving financial assistance who does not meet the satisfactory academic progress
                                                                                                              requirements during a preliminary review at the end of each semester will receive written notice of
Maintaining Satisfactory Academic Progress                                                                    warning for one semester. If during the second review at the end of the subsequent semester, the student
In order to maintain eligibility for financial aid from Federal, State and Institutional programs at          fails to maintain the required standard, a probation notice is sent.
Virginia State University, a student must continue to make reasonable satisfactory academic progress
toward completion of their degree program of study. Classes that are withdrawn from with a grade of           If during the third review at the end of the subsequent semester, the student fails to maintain the required
“W” or an “I” for Incomplete may affect the student’s Satisfactory Academic Progress. Refer to the            standard, a Cancellation/Termination notice is sent, informing the student that all financial assistance
Satisfactory Academic Progress Schedule listed (see below).                                                   must be withdrawn. The student is responsible for ensuring that the grade-point-average and hours earned
                                                                                                              data submitted by the Office of the Registrar are accurate and complete.
Undergraduate Students
An undergraduate student is considered to have made satisfactory academic progress for maintaining            Right of Appeal
financial aid eligibility in a course of study if the following schedule is maintained.                       A letter of Appeal is required if a student’s financial assistance has been terminated. A student may
(Note: A student must successfully complete 12 credit hours each semester and maintain the                    submit a typed letter, accompanied by the satisfactory academic progress application cover page found at
semester and/or cumulative GPA to be considered as having made satisfactory academic                          www.vsu.edu- select “Financial Aid”, then select “Documents and Forms”. Please read the instructions
progress.)                                                                                                    carefully, as supporting documentation may be needed depending on the circumstance.

                                                                                                              Re-Establishing Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
         Number                                                              Minimum No. of
                                                                                                              After financial assistance has been withdrawn, a student may re-establish satisfactory academic progress
       of Semesters                                 Semester                  Credit Hours
                                                                                                              by either of the following methods.
       Completed                                       GPA                        Earned
                                                                                                                    1) Attend summer sessions at their own expense and improve hours and/or semester/cumulative
           1                                             1.5                         12
                                                                                                                          grade point average to meet the required standards.
           2                                             1.5                         24
                                                                                                                    2) Attend subsequent semesters at their own expense and improve hours and/or
           3                                    2.0 (or 2.0 cumulative)              36
                                                                                                                          semester/cumulative grade point average to meet the required standards.
           4                                    2.0 (or 2.0 cumulative)              48
           5                                             2.0                         60                       Students who comply with either method of re-establishing SAP should submit to the Office of Student
           6                                             2.0                         72                       Financial Aid a written request asking that their eligibility for financial aid be reinstated.
           7                                             2.0                         84
           8                                             2.0                         96                       Cancellations and Adjustments to Financial Aid
           9                                             2.0                        108                       A student’s financial aid will be cancelled or adjusted if Federal, State and/or Institutional guidelines are
          10                                             2.0                        120                       not met. In those cases, the student is responsible for immediate payment of any balance created as a
                                                                                                              result of the cancellation or adjustment.
The Virginia State University Catalog sets forth degree requirements for a four-year completion basis.
However, the Office of Student Financial Aid will allow five years for completion of a 120 to 124             Information pertaining to other financial aid policies and award programs may be obtained by visiting the
semester-hour degree program, which enables a student to take up to 150 hours if he/she is carrying a         VSU website: www.vsu.edu – select “Financial Aid”.
course load of 15 hours per semester. Federal guidelines require that a student carry 12 credit hours per     Students may access their account information by accessing Trojan Link on the VSU website.
semester to be considered full-time; therefore, satisfactory academic progress is based on the assumption
that a full-time student must earn the minimum of 12 hours each semester and a part-time student must         The mailing address and phone numbers are as follows:
complete 80 % of the attempted hours.                                                                         Office of Student Financial Aid
Note: With the exception of mitigating circumstances, no undergraduate student will be eligible to            Virginia State University
receive financial assistance for more than 10 semesters or the equivalent of completing a four-year           P.O. Box 9031
program in the five-year time frame.                                                                          Petersburg, VA 23806
                                                                                                              1-800-823-7214 or 804-524-5990
National Student Exchange Application Fee                                                                     Fax Number (804) 524-6818
National Student Exchange (NSE) is a program for undergraduate exchange within the United States its
territories and Canada. Through the NSE, participants can study for a semester or full academic year at
one of more than 176 colleges and universities participating in the program. Students will be able to
take advantage of courses, concentrations, programs of study, or other academic options not available to
them at VSU as well as being offered increased opportunities for cultural awareness, personal growth
and development, exploration of graduate school and career opportunities, and travel.
                                                                                           September 21     Friday      Last Day to Withdraw from an Eight Week Class
                          IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES                                                                 (Grade will be registered as “W”)
                                                                                           September 28     Friday      Last Day to file December Baccalaureate Application
                               SUMMER 2007                                                 October 1        Monday      Tuition Payment Plan 30 – Day Delinquent Letters Mailed

Date                           Event
                                                                                           October 15       Monday      Tuition Payment Plan 45 –Day Delinquent Letters Mailed
May 18         Friday          Registration for All Summer Sessions                        October 18       Thursday    Tuition Payment Plan Appeal Letters must be Post-Marked or Received
May 21         Monday          Session I Begins (4 ½ Weeks)
May 21         Monday          Off-campus eight Week Classes Begins                        October 8-13     Mon-Sat     Advisory Examination Period
May 21         Monday          Ed. D Classes Begin (5 weeks)                               October 13       Saturday    Term I, Off-Campus Eight Week Classes End
May 22         Tuesday         Last Day to Add/Drop classes for Session I                  October 15       Monday      Term II, Off-Campus Eight Week Classes Begin
May 22         Tuesday         Last Day to Add Off-Campus Classes                          October 15-16    Mon-Tues    FALL BREAK (No Fall Break Eight Week Classes)
May 28         Monday          MEMORIAL DAY (No Classes)                                   October 19       Friday      Advisory Grades are due in System by Faculty – (5:00 PM)
                                                                                           October 19       Friday      Term II, Last Day to Add Courses – Eight Week Classes
June 12        Tuesday         Last Day to Withdraw form Sessions I (4 ½ Weeks)            October 26       Friday      Tuition Payment Plan Administrative Withdrawal will take place
                               (Grade “W” will be recorded)                                                             Notification will be sent to the Office of the Provost, Registrar, Residence
June 19        Tuesday         Last Day to Withdraw from Session I-ED. D Classes                                        Life and Dinning Services
                               (5 Weeks) (Grade “W” will be recorded)                      October 29       Monday      Curriculum Sheet Update/Schedule Planning/Course Scheduling
June 21        Thursday        Session Ends (4 ½ Weeks)                                    October 29       Monday      Registration Begins Spring Semester, 2008
June 21        Thursday        Final Examination for Session I
June 22        Friday          Registration for All Session II Sections
June 23        Saturday        Session I Ed. D Classes End (5 Weeks)                       November 2       Friday      Last Day to Withdraw Term II, Eight Week Classes
June 25        Monday          Session II begins (4 ½ Weeks)                                                            (Grade will be registered as “W”)
June 26        Tuesday         Last Day to Add/Drop Classes for Session II                 November 2       Friday      Last Day to Withdraw from Class (Grade will be registered as “W”)
June 26        Tuesday         Session I grades are due in system (5:00 PM)                November 20      Tuesday     Registration Ends Spring Semester, 2008
June 27        Wednesday       Last Day to Withdraw from Off-Campus Classes                November 21      Wednesday   No Classes
                               (Grade “W” will be recorded)                                November 21-23   Thurs-Sun   THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS (University Closed)
July 4         Wednesday       INDEPENDENCE DAY (No Classes)
July 5         Thursday        Section II- Ed. D Classes Begin (5 Weeks)
July 10        Tuesday         Last Day to Withdraw from Session II (4 ½ Weeks)            December 3       Monday      University Classes End
                               (Grade “W” will be recorded)                                December 4       Tuesday     University Reading Day
July 17        Tuesday         Last Day to Withdraw from Session II-Ed. D classes          December 5-8     Wed-Sat     Final Examination Period
                               (Grade “W” will be recorded)                                December 8       Saturday    Term II, Off-Campus Eight Week Classes End
July 17        Tuesday         Off-Campus Eight week Classes End                           December 11      Tuesday     Senior Grades are sue in System (9:00 AM)
July 26        Thursday        Session II ends (4 ½ Weeks)                                 December 12      Wednesday   Semester Grades are due in System by Faculty – (5:00 PM)
July 26        Thursday        Final Examination for Session II (4 ½ Weeks)                December 14      Friday      Commencement Activities
July 31        Tuesday         Session II grades are due in the system (12:00 Noon)        December 15      Saturday    WINTER COMMENCEMENT – (10:00 AM)

August 4       Saturday        Session II-Ed. D Classes End
                                                                                                                        SPRING SEMESTER, 2008

                               FALL SEMESTER 2007                                          January 6        Sunday      Residence Hall Open at 8:00 AM for new Students
                                                                                           January 7        Monday      University Conference and Faculty Planning Workshop
August 12      Sunday          Residence Halls open at 8:00 AM for new Students            January 8        Tuesday     Residence Halls Open at 8:00 AM for Continuing Students
August 13      Monday          University Conference and Faculty Planning Workshop         January 8        Tuesday     Faculty Planning Day
August 14-17   Tues-Fri        Freshman Week (The Information Session is August 14, 2007   January 9-11     Wed-Fri     Undergraduate School/Graduate School/Continuing Education
                               at 10:00 AM in the Virginia Hall Auditorium)                                             Registration
August 14      Tuesday         Residence halls Open at 8:00 AM for continuing Students     January 14       Monday      MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. HOLIDAY (University Closed)
August 14      Tuesday         Faculty Planning Day                                        January 15       Tuesday     University Classes Begin
August 15-17   Wed-Fri         Undergraduate School/Graduate School/Continuing Education   January 15       Tuesday     Term I, Off-Campus Eight Week Classes Begin
                               Registration                                                January 15       Tuesday     Late Validation Begins (Late Fee in Effect)
August 20      Monday          University Classes Begin                                    January 18       Friday      Late Validation Ends
August 20      Monday          Late Validation Begins (Late Fees in Effect)                January 21       Monday      Last Day to Add a Course (All Classes)
August 20      Monday          Term I, Off-Campus Eight Week Classes Begin
August 24      Friday          Late Validation Ends
August 27      Monday          Last Day to Add Courses (All classes)                       February 15      Friday      Term I, Last Day to Withdraw Eight Week Classes
                                                                                                                        (Grade will be registered as “W”)
September 3    Monday          LABOR DAY HOLIDAY (University Closed)                       February 29      Friday      Tuition Payment Plan 30 – Day Delinquent Letters Mailed
September 10   Monday          Formal Opening Convocation                                  February 29      Friday      Last Day to File May Baccalaureate Application
March 14     Friday      Tuition Payment Plan 45 – Day Delinquent Letters Mailed
March 5      Monday      Advisory Examination Period Begins                                   July 2     Wednesday   Last Day to Withdraw Off-Campus Classes (Grade “W”
March 6      Thursday    FOUNDER’S DAY                                                                               will be re registered)
March 8      Saturday    Advisory Examination Period ends                                     July 4     Friday      INDEPENDENCE DAY (No Classes)
March 8      Saturday    Term I, Off-Campus Eight Week Classes Ends                           July 7     Monday      Session II-Ed. D. classes Begin (5 Weeks)
March 9-16   Sun-Sun     SPRING BREAK (No Spring Break Eight Week Classes)                    July 8     Tuesday     Last Day to Withdraw Session II (4 ½ Weeks Grade “W” will
March 10     Monday      Term II, Off-Campus Eight Week Classes Begin                                                be registered)
March 14     Friday      Term II, Last Day to Add Course Eight Week Classes                   July 15    Tuesday     Last Day to Withdraw Ed. D. Classes (Grade “W” will
March 19     Wednesday   Tuition Payment Plan Appeal Letters must be Post-Marked                                     be registered)
March 19     Wednesday   Advisory Grades are due in System by Faculty – (5:00 PM)             July 15    Tuesday     Off-Campus Classes End
March 24     Monday      Curriculum Sheet Update/Schedule Planning/Course Scheduling          July 24    Thursday    Session II (4 ½ Weeks) Classes End
March 24     Monday      Registration Begins Fall Semester, 2007                              July 24    Thursday    Final Examination Session II (4 ½ Weeks)
March 25     Tuesday     Completed Advisory Grade Rosters are due in Registrar’s Office       July 29    Tuesday     Session II grades are due in the System (12:00 Noon)
                         (12:00 Noon)
March 21     Friday      Tuition payment Plan Administrative Withdrawal will take place.      August 2   Saturday    Session II-Ed. D. Classes End
                         Notification will be sent to the Office of the Provost, Registrar,
                         Residence Life and Dining Services.

April 7      Monday      Academic Honors Exercise
April 7-11   Mon-Fri     Honors Week Activities
April 4      Friday      Term II, Last Day to Withdraw from Class (Grade will be
                         Registered as “W”)
April 4      Friday      Last Day to Withdraw from a Class (Grade will be registered
                         as “W”)
April 18     Friday      Registration Ends for Fall Semester, 2008
April 28     Monday      University Classes End
April 29     Tuesday     University Reading Day
April 30     Wednesday   Final Examination Period Begins
April 30     Wednesday   Last Day to File July Baccalaureate Application


May 2        Friday      Final Examination Period Ends
May 3        Saturday    Term II, Off-campus Eight Week Classes End
May 7        Wednesday   Senior Grades are due in System - (9:00 AM)
May 8        Thursday    Semester Grades are due in System by Faculty (5:00 PM)
May 9-11     Fri-Sun     Commencement Activities
May 10       Saturday    ROTC Commissioning Exercises
May 11       Sunday      COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES (9:00 AM)


                         SUMMER SESSIONS, 2008
May 16       Friday      Registration for All Summer Session
May 19       Monday      Session I Begins (4 ½ Weeks)
May 19       Monday      Off-Campus Eight Week Classes Begin
May 19       Monday      Ed. D Classes Begin (5 Weeks)
May 20       Tuesday     Last Day to Add/Drop Classes – Session I
May 20       Tuesday     Last Day to Add Off-Campus Classes
May 26       Monday      MEMORIAL DAY (No Classes)


June 10      Tuesday     Last Day to Withdraw Session I (4 ½ Weeks)
June 17      Tuesday     (Grade “W” will be registered) Last Day to Withdraw Session
                         I-Ed. D Classes (Grade “W” will be registered)
June 19      Thursday    Session I ends (4 ½ Weeks)
June 19      Thursday    Final Examination Period Session I
June 20      Friday      Registration All Session II Sections
June 23      Monday      Session II Begins (4 ½ Weeks)
June 24      Tuesday     Last Day to Add/Drop Classes – Session II
June 24      Tuesday     Session I grades are due in System (5:00 PM)
June 28      Saturday    Session-I-Ed.D Classes End (5 Weeks)
                                           Directory
Admissions Office                    Cashier’s Office                     Collections
P.O. Box 9018                        P.O. Box 9125                        P.O. Box 9024
Petersburg, VA 23806                 Petersburg, VA 23806                 Petersburg, VA 23806
(804) 524-5688                       (804) 524-5150                       (804) 524-5506

New Student Orientation Program                      Office of Financial Aid
P.O. Box 9018                                        P.O. Box 9031
Petersburg, VA 23806                                 Petersburg, VA 23806
(804) 524-5902 or (800) 871-7611                     (804) 524-5990 or (800) 823-7214

Office of Student Accounts                           One Card Office
P.O. Box 9025                                        P.O. Box 9004
Petersburg, VA 23806                                 3226 Barnes St.
(804) 524-5506                                       Petersburg, VA 23806
                                                     (804) 524-5282

Registrar                                            Residence Life and Housing
P.O. Box 9217                                        P.O. Box 9073
Petersburg, VA 23806                                 Petersburg, VA 23806
(804) 524-5275                                       (804) 524-5271

School of Graduate Studies/Department of Educational Leadership
P.O. Box 9080 or 202 Harris Hall
Petersburg, VA 23806
(804) 524-5985 or (804) 524-5930

University Ettrick Apartments
4010 J. Mitchell Jones Drive
Petersburg, VA 23806
Office (804) 524-5153
Fax (877) 447-5369
Virginia State University is accredited by the commission on colleges of the Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097: Telephone number 404-
679-4501) to award bachelors and master’s degrees and a certificate of advanced graduate study.

THE UNIVERSITY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE ITS FEES. IF SUCH A CHANGE
BECOMES NECESSARY, THE UNIVERSITY WILL ENDEAVOR TO GIVE NOTICE IN
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