Students With Parents


Welcome to the Stetson family. Stetson University is committed to making your student's education as affordable as possible. The Office of Financial Aid is here to help you through the process. For more detailed information on your student's financial aid award please visit My Stetson. You will need your student's social security number or student ID number and their PIN to log on to the system.

Please have your student's SU ID number or social security number ready before calling the Office of Financial Aid.

» Accessing Financial Aid on the Web

Payment Plans

Families may elect to enroll in an installment plan payment option, rather than paying the balance in full by the first day of classes of the current term. A $100 non-refundable payment plan fee will be assessed each semester; 20 percent of the balance is due in the first month. For each term there are five monthly payments. These payments begin in August and January for the fall and spring semesters, respectively.

Please call the Bursar's Office at 386-822-7050 for more information or to set up a payment plan.

Florida Prepaid College Plans

Participants in Florida Prepaid College Plans may have the Bursar's Office bill the plan on their behalf. Participants need to provide the Bursar's Office with their Florida Prepaid student identification card for all applicable plans (tuition, dormitory, fee plan). In order to use the Florida Prepaid Program at Stetson University, the owner of the program must complete a transfer form. Please note that this form needs to be submitted to the Florida Prepaid Plans, not to Stetson University.

Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students

Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students, also known as Parent PLUS loans, are available to parents of dependent students. This loan allows parents to borrow the cost of each student's education minus other assistance the student receives while he or she is enrolled at least half-time. If you believe you will be ineligible for the Parent PLUS Loan due to adverse credit you should still apply and allow yourself to be "denied" this loan. With this denial your student would be eligible for an additional unsubsidized Stafford Loan.

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