Saint Augustine’s University to Clear Tuition and Fee Balances for Spring, Summer and Fall 2021 Semesters
When students at Saint Augustine’s University return to campus for the Fall 2021 semester, they will be welcomed with some much-needed relief.
In response to the challenges faced by many students resulting from COVID-19, all student account balances resulting from activity related to Spring, Summer and the upcoming Fall 2021 semesters will be cleared to reflect a zero-balance owed after all federal, state, and private awards have been considered.
“We are pleased to offer this timely support to our students,” said Dr. Christine Johnson McPhail, President of Saint Augustine’s University. “At Saint Augustine’s University, we are committed to delivering on our promise to be one of the nation’s best universities for personalized education, student life and affordability.”
SAU students will not carry a balance for 2021 Spring, Summer and Fall semesters. Upon the completion of their FAFSA application and Fall 2021 registration process, their Spring, Summer and Fall charges including tuition and fees will have a zero balance.
“I come from a low income, single-parent household and I am a first-generation high school graduate and first-generation college student,” said McKenzie Estep, a rising senior at Saint Augustine’s University. “This type of support brings me one step closer to reaching my dream of starting a career with less debt and becoming financially stable.”
Students will also remain eligible for financial aid and are being encouraged to complete their FAFSA application, contact their advisors and register for the Fall Semester.