Frequently Asked Questions about Paying for College
Listed below are additional fees for the following courses:
Ag Tech Lab Fee - $24
Architecture Fee - $106
Certification and Virtual Fee - $175
Clinical Liability - $15 per semester
Machine Tool Lab Fee - $106
Physical and Life Sciences Lab Fee - $13
- BIOL 1104
- BIOL 1223
- BIOL 1404
- BIOL 2204
- BIOL 2301
- BIOL 2504
- BIOL 2633
- BIOL 2801
- BIOL 4254
- BIOL 5254
- BIOL 6534
- CHEM 1114
- CHEM 1984
- CHEM 2124
- CHEM 2984
- CHEM 3514
- CHEM 4524
- CHEM 5013
- CHEM 5414
- CHEM 6614
- CHEM 6854
- CHEM 7784
- FRSC 7104
- FRSC 8104
- FRSC 8803
Vet Tech Lab Fee - $33
- In Banner Web click Continue, then click on: Enter Secure Area
- Login: Enter your Social Security Number - e.g., 999999999 - or your Alfred State College Student ID Number, and your login PIN.
First Time Users
The first time you login to Banner Web your user ID will be your 800 ID#. If you do not know this you can use your SS#. The PIN will be sent shortly after applying to the mailing address you provided on your Alfred State application.
After you enter your user ID and PIN, you will be asked to create a new login PIN (six characters, alpha, numeric digits, or a combination of both.) This screen will ask you to re-enter your initial PIN (which is randomly generated) and then enter your new six-character PIN, and to verify your new PIN. Click on Login.
Use the login PIN number you created the first time you used the system. If you have forgotten your PIN, enter your User ID (Social Security # or your 800 Student Number), and click on Forgot Pin. Your self-established hint question will appear. When you answer this question correctly, Banner Web will allow you to reset your PIN. Please remember your response to your hint question is case sensitive.
NOTE: WHEN CREATING YOUR NEW LOGIN PIN, BE SURE TO MAKE IT: 1) easy to remember, and 2) a six-character alpha-numeric PIN. The feature requiring you to submit a self-established hint question and answer will assist you if you forget your PIN in the future.
It is to the student's benefit to submit the $150 deposit as soon as possible. By doing so, he/she will secure a spot in his/her chosen major as well as in a residence hall. If a student submits the $150 deposit and then decides not to attend Alfred State, he/she has until May 1 to request, in writing a full refund.
Yes. If you or your family are experiencing any type of change in income, family size or other forms of economic hardship it is possible to appeal your awards. The appeal needs to be in writing and may require certain types of documentation. Contact the Student Records and Financial Services Office for more information and assistance.
There are a variety of scholarships available. A Financial Aid brochure is included in the acceptance folder. Information regarding any scholarship application procedures are outlined in the brochure. If an incoming student wants more information, he/she should contact the Admissions Office at (607) 587-4215 or 1-800-4-ALFRED.
The room cost is based on the type (standard double, single, or townhouse) and/or size (small, large, or double single) of room. Each residential student is required to get a meal plan which should be figured in when you're doing your budget.
For more information, call 1-800-4-ALFRED and ask to speak to the Student Records and Financial Services Office.
Contact Admissions at (607) 587-4215 or 1-800-4-ALFRED.
Accepted students or current students who have filed a FAFSA will begin to receive financial aid award letters in late March or approximately 3 weeks after you file your completed FAFSA, whichever date is later. Once a processed FAFSA has been received by Alfred State, students may also check the status of their aid and any requirements on BannerWeb. Students with an active campus e-mail account will receive financial aid notices via their e-mail account.
The 1098T tax forms are mailed in January from Albany. You will not receive a 1098T if the total of your scholarships and grants (free aid) exceeds the total of your taxable college charges. Spring tuition bills are invoiced in November therefore the Spring taxable college charges will be included on the tax form for the year the bill was invoiced. Taxable college charges include tuition, college fee, activity fee, athletic fee, technology fee and transcript fee.
The campus spending account is designed to give students an account to manage college expenses like books, supplies and special meals. CSA funds save time and hassle and can be spent at the Campus Stores, vending machines, dining facilities and with our campus partners. When you pay your bill, we recommend a CSA amount, but that amount can be completely deleted from your bill, or you can add to it. The minimum amount that can be added to the card is $10. The student photo ID card is swiped like a debit card when you make a purchase using CSA funds. As purchases are made, the account balance is reduced by that amount.