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Financial Aid Web Resources FA FSA o n t he W eb  www.fafsa.ed.gov  School Code: 002403  Fast w eb  www.fastweb.com  Free search for additional scholarships.  Fina ncia l A id Info rm at io n  www.finaid.org  Guides you through the financial aid process. You can also do free scholarship searches and find information on career planning.  St udent Loa n Info rm at io n  www.studentloans.gov  Your source for information from the Department of Education about student loans.  MTAG /MESG  www.mississippi.edu/riseupms/financialaid.php  Apply for MTAG and MESG.

DELTA STATE RESOURCES Fina ncia l A id  www.deltastate.edu/financialaid  Delta State’s official website with information about applying for different types of financial aid, student loans and much more.  M o ney Ma nag em ent  www.deltastate.edu/managemoney  A list of financial literacy and personal finance websites. Aca dem ic Sta nda rds  www.deltastate.edu/academicstandards Students who receive financial aid at Delta State must meet the standards for Satisfactory Academic Progress.   T uit io n a nd Fees  www.deltastate.edu/tuition Provides the University’s current tuition and fees.   A dm issio ns  www.admissions.deltastate.edu  Contact a recruiter, schedule a visit or find out more about applying to Delta State.

For a dditiona l help or infor mation conta ct the D elta S tate O ffi ce of S tudent Fina ncia l A ssista nce at 6 6 2 .8 4 6 .4 6 7 0 . 

Office of Student Financial Assistance Kent Wyatt Hall RM 144 | 1003 W Sunflower Rd | Cleveland, MS 38733 1.800.GO.TO.DSU | WWW.DELTASTATE.EDU


2013/14

Fees & Expenses

Delta state university All costs are calculated per semester, unless otherwise noted. TUITION

Undergradutes (12–19 hrs) | $3,054 Part-time tuition, correspondence courses and overload fees (per hour) | $235 Intersession courses, including tuition and fees (per hour) | $237

Graduates (9–13 hrs) | $3,054 Part-time tuition, correspondence courses and overload fees (per hour) | $310 Intersession courses, including tuition and fees (per hour) | $315 imba program fees (per hour) | $312

Out-of-State Fees | $4,776 For non-residents, in addition to tuition Undergraduate part-time tuition and overload fees (per hour) | $605 Graduate part-time tuition and overload fees (per hour) | $805

Residence Halls

 Foundation Hall | $2,321  Cleveland, Lawler-Hawkins | $1,874  Court of Governors, New Men’s and

Brumby Castle | $1,947  Private Room Rate Surcharge | $800 DINING PLANS

Resident Meal Plans | $1,354 Students living in residence halls must select one of the three meal plans. Students are automatically assigned the Unlimited Plan if no selection has been made the first week of class. Choose From: Unlimited + $150 Flex 12 Meals Per Week + $250 Flex 10 Meals Per Week + $350 Flex Senior Resident Plan (80 Block + $650 Flex)

Commuter Meal Plans | $168 Commuter students enrolled in six or more hours on the main campus have a mandatory basic meal plan. Commuters can also choose from the following Optional Commuter Plans: Choose From: 120 Meals Per Semester | $600 80 Meals Per Semester  | $425 40 Meals Per Semester  | $225

www.deltastate.edu/tuition Tuition and fees for 2013–2014 are estimates only and are listed as per-semester costs. Please refer to the University website for the most accurate information.


Fees For 2012-2013 at Delta State