Presentation on theme: "14-15 financial aid figures The tuition and fees were approved by board of Trustees Tuition $39,690 Fees 350 Total $40,040 Room 6,848 per Colin in housing."— Presentation transcript:
14-15 financial aid figures The tuition and fees were approved by board of Trustees Tuition $39,690 Fees 350 Total $40,040 Room 6,848 per Colin in housing Meals 4,995* 19 meal plan Total $51,883 Books 800 Total $52,683* full GIA Financial Aid COA is $55,929* *TBD at the end of march
Rates for 2014-2015 Bedroom Type Bathroom Type Cost Per Semester Cost Per Year Percent of Beds Individual $3,681.00$7,362.003% Hatter Hall Single Suite$3,681.00$7,362.006% SharedCommunity$3,206.00$6,412.0037% Houses A-ECommunity$3,424.00$6,848.006% SharedSuite$3,424.00 $6,848.00, it was $6,584.00 this year 33% Apartment (Shared Bedroom) Shared$3,989.00$7,978.00<1% Apartment (Four-person) Shared$3,989.00$7,978.0010% Apartment (Two-person) Shared$4,187.00$8,374.004% Apartment (One-person) Shared$4,397.00$8,794.00<1% Residence Hall Rates
Housing for 2014 - 2015 Current Students The room selection process for current students has begun! The general timeline is that current students will be submit their lease for 2014-2015 between Feb. 1 and Feb. 15. Students will then form their roommate group until early March. The actual selection week (when students log in to Housing Central and finalize their selection for next year) will be March 17 - March 21. Please review the Room Selection Guide for more information.Room Selection Guide New Students Housing applications and leases are available for deposited students who have received their Stetson University username and password from the Office of Admissions through Housing Central. It may take three to five business days to receive your username and password after you have paid your deposit. The deadline for submitting your application and lease is May 30.Housing Central
MARCH 11, 2014 COMPLIANCE COACHES MEETING Legislative Updates
Use of High School Facilities for Practice or Competition An institution may not contribute to a high school or its athletics booster club any funds realized from an athletics contest played or a practice held at a high school facility, except actual and necessary expenses for rental of the facility. (NCAA Bylaw 18.104.22.168)
Eligibility Only student-athletes who are eligible for competition may receive expenses to travel with his or her team on a trip that will include both practice and intercollegiate competition. (NCAA Bylaw 16.8.1) - *Please do not include ineligible players on your travel roster for away competitions.
Entertainment While the restrictions regarding entertainment during the playing season have eased, it is still impermissible to give a student-athlete cash for entertainment purposes. (NCAA Bylaw 16.7)
Scouting of Opponents Off campus, in-person scouting of future opponents (in the same season) is prohibited except future opponents also participating in the same event at the same site.(NCAA Bylaw 11.6)
Contact with a Committed Prospective Student-Athlete at His or Her Educational Institution The academic and membership affairs staff determined that a coaching staff member may not have contact with a prospective student-athlete who has signed a NLI or the institution's written offer of admission and/or financial aid or for whom the institution has received a financial deposit in response to its offer of admission at his or her educational institution outside of a contact or evaluation period (or a recruiting period in men's basketball). In addition, if a coaching staff member visits a PSA’s educational institution and has contact with no prospective student-athletes other than a committed PSA, then the visit counts as an evaluation for all prospective student-athletes in that sport at that educational institution. The staff noted that, in football, any visit to a prospective student-athlete's educational institution during a contact period counts as a contact for all prospective student-athletes in that sport at the educational institution.
Use of an Institution's Facilities for Physical Activities by a Group that Includes Prospective Student-Athletes The academic and membership affairs staff determined that non-coaching staff members without sport-specific responsibilities and representatives of an institution's athletics interests may perform their regular job responsibilities incidental to supervising the use of the institution's facilities while the facilities are in use for physical activities by a group that includes PSAs (e.g., security, operating the scoreboard, third-party vendors staffing ticket booth or concession stands, field maintenance). However, a countable coach or non-coaching staff member with sport specific responsibilities may not be involved in the conduct, promotion or administration of the event, including supervising the use of the institution's facilities, regardless of the nature of his or her regular job responsibilities.
How to Navigate the NCAA Process Slides 1-5, 7-12, 14-18, 23, 25-31, 42-43