What is Financial Aid Disbursement?

What is Financial Aid Disbursement?

Financial Aid disbursement is payment of financial aid funds from sources, including the federal or state governments, the school or a private student loan lender to the university.

Financial Aid disbursement notifications will be distributed to students starting in the month of October. These letters are meant to inform students that Stockton University has received funds from the source of their financial aid and will be applying these funds to their accounts.

No additional financial aid is being offered to students through this process, rather aid that has already been offered to and accepted by students is being sent to the university.

If they accepted federal student loans, students should also look out for email notifications from the Department of Education notifying them of their loan servicer. Loan servicer information can also be found when logging on to studentloans.gov.

About Christopher Connors, Jr.

Chris Connors is Associate Director of Financial Aid at Stockton University. He received a bachelor’s degree in Business Management and a master’s degree in Instructional Technology from Stockton University. Chris is a member of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) and New Jersey Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NJASFAA). He is passionate about improving the use of technology within financial aid and uncomplicating the financial aid process for students and families.

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