Southwestern offers three payment plans for fall and spring semesters to help students manage their university expenses. Classes taken during the summer require full payment at the time of registration for each module.Information not shown.
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To receive federal or state aid, a student must meet certain eligibility requirements. Some of the basic requirements include U.S. Citizenship or permanent residency; high school diploma, GED, 60+ transferable college credits, or home school certification; and academic standards.Information not shown.
Southwestern Adventist University is committed to providing a campus job to any student taking six or more credit hours. Students apply for a job by going directly to the department for which they wish to work, or by contacting the Student Employment Office. Many campus jobs will require that the student arrange a class schedule that will allow them to work all morning or all afternoon each weekday. Campus employment requires completion of the Federal I-9 form once the student has made arrangements with a department to work. The I-9 form MUST be turned in before the student can begin working. A student should be prepared to show documentation of identity and employment authorization. Original documents are mandatory, copies will not be accepted. Students will submit I-9 documentation to Campus Service.
Departments that hire students include:
Other options may be available through the Campus Services Office located next to the Student Center. You may reach this office by calling (817) 202-6240, during office hours.
Students who have a balance on their school bill can receive up to 20% of their paycheck. Students receive their school compensation through direct deposit at regularly scheduled payroll periods processed by the Business Office at regularly scheduled payroll periods. All students must submit their direct deposit information on Portal before they begin working.
Scholarships are divided and distributed equally over the fall and winter semesters and are not applicable for summer sessions.
Southwestern scholarships, subsidies and awards cannot exceed costs for tuition (for 12-17 hours) technology and student association fees.
Scholarships listed here are available for full-time students taking 12 or more hours each semester at Southwestern's campus.
Southwestern reserves the right to change or amend any of the scholarship policies at any time.Information not shown.
To give formal and public recognition for outstanding scholastic achievement, loyalty to university standards, and exemplary citizenship, the University awards named scholarships each year. Recipients are selected based on criteria established by the scholarship donors.
The University is grateful to the donors who support Southwestern students by establishing these endowed scholarships. Those interested in creating a named scholarship may contact the Office of University Advancement.
* Scholarships for which students must apply.