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I received my IOL (Initial Offer Letter), what's next?
No action is needed in response to your IOL. You will receive an email notification that your Award letter is available online. Below is our Financial Aid & Term Bill Timeline:
Early June:  Award Letter 
June-July:  Explore financing options 
Mid July:  Fall Term Bill notifications are emailed 
Early/Mid August:  Fall Term Bill Due Date 
Undergraduate Merit-Based Scholarships
Financial Aid & Term Bill Timeline
Late May:  Graduate student awards 
Early June:  New student awards 
Late June:  Continuing student awards 
Mid July:  Fall Term Bill notifications are emailed 
Early/Mid August:  Fall Term Bill Due Date 
Reasons you will not receive an award letter
 You did not enroll. (click here for more information)
 Your FAFSA has a federal reject (click here for more information)
 You have outstanding documents or your documents are under review (click here for more information)
 Your FAFSA record was not matched, your admission application did not contain your SS#.
Term Bill – Confirm attendance
How can I determine my out of pocket expense?
If you plan on financing your balance through a PLUS or Private Loan, you do not have an out of pocket expense.
If you plan on financing your balance through a payment plan, please review payment options at http://studentabc.rutgers.edu/payment_options/rutpp.php

Take into account:
 FWS will not show as a credit in your term bill
 Loan origination fees are deducted from the gross loan amount. For more information on Direct Stafford loan fees click here (Loan fees link). For private loan fees, contact your lender.
NJ RESIDENTS: Submit additional information to HESAA
Contact the Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (HESAA)
Frequently Asked Questions
Federal Work Study/Student Employment Office
The Student Employment Office at Rutgers, The State University of New Brunswick administers the following employment programs:
Federal Work Study Programs
  Rutgers University Students Information
  Rutgers University Staff Information
    2013-14 FWS Online Job Description Form
  Community Service Agencies and Organizations Information
Job Location and Development Program
  Part-Time and Seasonal Jobs for Non-Federal Work Study Students
  Employer Information
Contact Us
Which department should I contact?
Admission Financial Aid Student Employment SAR
 Scholarship  IOL  Work Study  Payment plans
 NJSTARSII  Summer Aid  Job Applications  Term Bills
   Awards  Placements  Late fees
   Financing Options    Refunds
   Submitted documents    Direct deposit
Can I get a list of all the federal loans I have taken out through Rutgers?
Yes. Visit http://www.nslds.ed.gov to obtain up-to-date information about your loan balances and disbursements. Log into the National Student Loan Database System (NSLDS), with your name, social security number, date of birth and federal PIN (the same PIN used to sign your FAFSA). Parents wishing to obtain information on PLUS loans can follow the same procedure using their own login credentials.