To be considered for financial aid programs a student must:
- Be enrolled in at least 6 credits per semester.
- Not be in default on any educational loans or owe a refund on any federal funds.
- Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen.
- Be making satisfactory academic progress.
- Complete all required financial forms.
Admitted students are urged to apply to all possible sources for any scholarships, aids, grants, or loans which may be available from local, civic, and state groups. Financial aid is awarded in the form of federal Stafford loans to graduate students who have completed the FAFSA. For more information on the Stafford loan program, including borrowing limits, please click here.
Students will receive an award letter from the Office of Financial Aid. The Office of Financial Aid reserves the right to adjust aid at any time if receipt of additional information changes eligibility or to withhold aid pending completion of application materials. If you have any questions regarding the application process, awards offered, or status of submitted materials, please call the Office of Financial Aid at (617) 774-6822.
In order to be considered for assistance, all students must submit the following completed forms to the Office of Financial Aid of Eastern Nazarene College.
- Student must complete and electronically sign the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
- Eastern Nazarene College Financial Aid Application.
- Signed copies of the most recent federal tax return including documentation supporting all non-taxable income.
- Copies of all most recent W-2 and 1099 forms.
- Verification Worksheet.
- Complete the Master Promissory Note and Entrance Counseling online for Federal Direct Stafford Loans. You will need your PIN from the FAFSA to complete these at http://www.studentloans.gov .
July 3 is the priority deadline for those seeking financial aid for the entire year or fall semester. The priority deadline for spring semester is December 13. You may apply for aid after these deadlines, however, we cannot guarantee your funding will be received by the tuition due dates and alternative, temporary arrangements will need to be made with the Office of Student Accounts. Stafford loans take 4-6 weeks to process. Please plan ahead and submit paperwork for processing several weeks in advance of registration.
In addition to financial aid, there are several payment options including a one-time payment or a five month option for each semester. Contact the Office of Student Accounts at (617) 745-3819 for more information.
All semester charges are due on or before the day of registration. Students who fail to meet the agreed payment schedule will not be allowed to attend classes.
Deferred Payment Plans
Contact the Bursar, Melinda Vasquez, at 617-745-3809, for information on deferred payment plans.
Extended Monthly Payment Plan - Students requiring longer payment terms can enroll in a plan with TMS (Tuition Management Systems).
Graduate students using vouchers may submit only one voucher per semester or module. Each voucher is redeemable for 50% reduction in tuition for one three-credit course. Vouchers are valid for two years from the date of issuance and must be submitted at the time of registration.
Refunds for Tuition and Fees
In harmony with the practices of other institutions of higher learning, Eastern Nazarene College administers refund policies according to the basic principle that a student who leaves college after a semester has begun created a vacancy the college cannot fill until the next semester. Therefore, full refunds cannot be made because the student represents an allocation of funds, space, staff, and expendable supplies which cannot be recovered.
Refunds for Withdrawal
Students who officially withdraw may be granted refunds on tuition charges. For information and dates contact the Office of Student Accounts at 617-745-3819.
Students who find it necessary to withdraw from Eastern Nazarene College must file the required form with the Office of the Registrar. Students are then eligible for a partial refund of tuition based on the date the form is received in the Office of the Registrar.
Refunds for Dropped Courses
Students officially dropping courses with the approval of their advisor (but not withdrawing) should contact the Office of Student Accounts at 617-745-3819.
Refunds for Cohort Groups
There is a 0% refund after half the course is complete.
|5 week courses:
||10 week courses:
|Before the first class
||Before the first class
|Before the second class
||Before the fourth class
|Before the third class
||Before the sixth class
|After the third class
||After the sixth class
Dropping courses beyond the full refund deadline and then adding a course may increase a student's tuition. Billing is based on total credits registered for during the semester, less refunds for courses dropped.
Part-time student fees and portions of the full-time student fee are non-refundable. Other fees may be refunded on a pro rata basis.
If a refund is due a student under our refund policy and the student has received financial aid under any United States government student financial aid program, an appropriate portion of the refund shall be returned to the specific program(s).