Spring term has arrived and so has a host of new deadlines for students to be aware of.
In the unlikely event that concerns of graduation, finding summer employment or lining up financial aid were not enough to keep students on edge, tax time is here as well.
Students seeking financial aid for the coming school year should file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students can expect 3 to 4 months to pass between their completion of the FAFSA and an offer of financial aid; so early filing is advised. FAFSA forms are available in the financial aid office.
The Mathilda Goldsmith, Ivington Women’s Club, Mackenzie Family and Nancy Ryles Scholarships all share an April 9 deadline. Students looking to transfer from area community colleges should look into the PSU Community College Scholars Program the application deadline for which is July 1.
Here is a list of deadlines to keep in mind when planning for the coming term.
April 1 – First day of spring classes.
April 5 – Last day to submit an application for summer graduation.
April 9 – Deadline for application for various university-wide scholarships.
April 10-11 – Cap and gown ordering event in Smith Center.
April 14 – Late registration and adjustment period ends
April 1-14 – 85 percent refund period for credit load reduction.
April 15 – Tax return filing deadline.
April 15-21 – 50 percent refund period.
April 22-26 – 25 percent refund period.
April 26 – Last day to drop a class without it appearing on transcript.
May 7 – Summer quarter advance registration begins.
May 13 – Fall quarter advance registration begins.
May 21 – Parking permit registration begins for summer term. Parking will be limited as Parking Structure 3 will be closed for construction.
June 7 – Last day to clear academic deficiencies for June graduation.
June 11-13 – Caps and gowns are available for pick up.
June 10-15 – Final examinations.
June 19 – Final grades for spring term are posted.