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Admitted 2015 CARE Program Students

Congratulations on your admission to FSU as a CARE student!  We are excited that you will be joining our community.

 

1st Step - Complete Fall/Spring Housing Contract

Please complete your Fall/Spring housing contract as soon as possible. Demand for Fall/Spring housing is high, so the sooner you contract for housing the better!

In an effort to aid your transition to FSU, we have reduced the Fall/Spring housing contract prepayment for CARE students from $225 to $50. (Since this is a prepayment towards your Fall rent, this means that your Fall rent balance will be $175 higher than it would be if you made a $225 prepayment.)

 

Sorry, we are unable to refund the difference between the regular and CARE housing prepayments whether the larger prepayment was made in error or prior to acceptance in the CARE program. If you do make the $225 prepayment, you will have a smaller rent balance after you are assigned to a room. This means that either you will owe less or you will receive more funds when your financial aid pays out, so in the end you still pay the same amount for your rent.

 

2nd Step - Complete Summer C Housing Contract

Complete your Summer C CARE housing contract. All new CARE students live in the new Dorman Hall together during the Summer C Semester. We waive the Summer C housing prepayment for CARE students. This does mean that your rent balance would be higher than if you didn't make a prepayment.

Sorry, we are unable to refund housing prepayments made in error or prior to acceptance in the CARE program. If you do make the $100 prepayment, you will have a smaller rent balance after you are assigned to a room. This means that either you will owe less or you will receive more funds when your financial aid pays out, so in the end you still pay the same amount for your rent.

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