June Checklist

Welcome to the Student Services Monthly Checklist.

Highlights for June include Coronavirus FAQs and some special reminders for incoming students.

The Office of Student Services wishes you and your family all the best during these difficult times.

Action Items

Read the Coronavirus FAQs.

Visit the Coronavirus FAQs page for more information regarding refunds, student employment, financial aid, registration, and other topics. This page will be expanded and updated on a necessary and frequent basis.

Mark the fall bill due date on your calendars.

Students will receive an e-mail from Student Services to their BC e-mail address with their tuition and fees bill in early July.

Fall semester bills for undergraduate and law students are due on August 10. Fall semester bills for graduate and Woods College students are due on September 11.

For more information, visit the Billing page.

Complete the steps outlined in the First-Year Undergraduate Student Checklist by August 1 (incoming freshmen).

View the First-Year Undergraduate Student Checklist. Also, be sure to access the links to the Academic Planning Workbook and University Catalog in early June, as these will help with course registration.

Note: If you are an incoming student in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences (MCAS), take a moment to fill out the MCAS student questionnaire. The questionnaire should be completed by Wednesday, June 3. The Boston College Academic Advising Center will use the information you provide in the questionnaire to assign you to a pre-major academic advisor based on your interests.

Complete the Incoming Student Federal Verification Form (incoming freshmen).

The 2020–2021 Incoming Student Federal Verification Form is now available on the Financial Aid Forms page. All freshmen are required to complete this form as it is used to verify your financial aid award. An e-mail was sent to all incoming students with instructions pertaining to the submission of this form.

Incoming graduate or law student?

Welcome to Boston College! There are a number of things you need to do now that you have matriculated. Visit the Incoming Graduate Student Checklist and Incoming Law Student Checklist for more information.

Not heard back about your financial aid application yet?

To check on the status of your application, visit www.bc.edu/finaidapp. All undergraduate financial aid award notifications for completed applications will be e-mailed to students' BC e-mail addresses. If students did not receive an award notification, they should make sure that all required information for 2020–2021 has been received.

Note the new financial aid document upload website.

You must submit all required documents to www.bc.edu/finaidupload. For more information, visit the Financial Aid Forms page.

Enroll in QuikPAY Payment Plan (undergraduate and Law students).

Enrollment for the QuikPAY Payment Plan (available to undergraduate and Law students only) began on May 6 for the 2020–2021 academic year. For more information, visit www.bc.edu/qppp.

Due to procedural changes and recommended social distancing of Credit Collection staff and students, we encourage all students take steps early in the summer to resolve their tuition accounts.

For more information, visit the Billing page.

Purchase a MBTA pass for the fall semester.

Students may begin purchasing MBTA passes at a discount on June 10. The deadline to purchase fall semester MBTA passes at a discount is August 11. Visit the MBTA Passes and Parking Permits page for more information.

Summer job opportunities are now available but are limited only to certain positions.

Please refer to our Summer Job Listings for availability.

Register for the summer 2020 semester.

Visit the Summer Registration page for more information.

Sign a Direct Loan Master Promissory Note (if applicable).

Visit the Federal Student Aid website for more information.

Complete Direct Loan Entrance Counseling (if applicable).

Visit the Federal Student Aid website for more information.

Complete Title IV Authorization (if applicable).

Federal regulations require that Title IV funds credited to your student account be applied only to cover allowable charges, unless Boston College obtains authorization to apply these funds to all other charges on your student account. You may submit your authorization electronically at www.bc.edu/myservices. For more information, visit the Billing page.

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