By Sam Allen Editor-in-Chief The UAF business office bills students anywhere from $25-$75 dollars for setting up a payment plan, and there are no options to have the fee waived, even if you can...
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Students at UAF who need to set up payment plans will no longer be doing so through UAF.
This semester is the first in which UAF has not been in charge of its own financial services. The company Tuition Management Services (TMS) is now in charge of arranging payment plans for the university.
The Obama administration called it “one of the most significant investments in higher education since the G.I. bill.” Yet it may be difficult for the average UAF student to notice. For UAF financial aid, the changes are much more noticable.