UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School

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UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School

FAQ

Q:  Where can I find the calendar/schedule for ASW and TOFM?
A:  The schedules for ASW and TOFM will be provided to you when you arrive.

Q: Who do I contact with ASW payment or registration questions?

A:  Barbara Ann Aversano, ASW Registrar (  919.962.4709)

Q:  When am I registered for ASW and Tools of Financial Markets?

A:  Once the ASW Registrar receives and inputs your deposit, you are considered registered.

Q:  When is the ASW / TOFM registration and deposit deadline?
A:  June 1st is the last day to receive deposits.  Registration closes at capacity, which may occur before June 1st.

Q:  How much is the non-refundable deposit?

A:  $500 for ASW (2 courses) and an additional $200 for a third course; $200 for TOFM.

Q:  When are the ASW and Tools of Financial Markets course fees due?
A:  At minimum, a deposit is necessary to secure a seat in any ASW or the Tools of Financial Markets courses and should be mailed immediately after you sign up online. Your registration is not complete or valid until the registrar has received your deposit for each course. The balance of the cost is due before the first day of ASW.  Tools of Financial Markets total fee is due on July 7th.

Q:  What method of payment is available?
A:  Check or money order are the only accepted payment methods. We do not accept wire transfers, bank drafts or credit card payments.

Q:  Who should I make the check or money order out to?
A:  All checks or money orders should be made out to Kenan-Flagler Business School Foundation. Any other pay to designation will be returned.

Q:  Where do I mail my check or money order?
A:  Barbara Ann Aversano, ASW Registrar
      MBA Admissions, Room 2114
      McColl Building, CB #3490
      Kenan-Flagler Business School
      University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
      Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3490    

Q:  How long does it take to process my check?
A:  Please allow 4-6 weeks for checks to be processed.

Q:  Are there any loans available to cover ASW tuition and living expenses?
A:  Federal Stafford loans are available at this time for U.S. citizens and permanent residents to fund your ASW course fees and/or summer living expenses. NOTE: You must submit the appropriate application in order for a loan to be processed.

Q:  What is my ASW class schedule?

A:  Students are given their class schedules the first day of ASW. 

Q:  Are there books or materials that I need to purchase prior to the start of ASW?
A:  All books and/or materials are distributed on the first day of ASW class. There is no need to purchase ahead of time.

Q:  How many classes can I take in ASW?
A:  Students may choose from a maximum of three courses as follows: Analytical Tools, Financial Accounting or Finance.

Q:  May the checks for Tools of Financial Markets be combined with ASW Payment?
A:  Yes.  They are calculated on your sign-up screen. Deposits for Tools of Financial Markets and ASW should be sent to:
      Barbara Ann Aversano, ASW Registrar
      MBA Admissions, Room 2114
      McColl Building, CB #3490
      Kenan-Flagler Business School
      University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
      Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3490

Q:  May I include my check for ASW deposit with my admittance enrollment check?
A:  No. ASW must be sent separately to the address stated above to ensure proper registration.

Q:  May I include my payment/deposit check with my loan application paperwork?

A:  No. ASW and Tools of Financial Markets payment/deposits must be sent separately to the stated address listed above for proper registration and to prevent delay.

Q:  Am I eligible for health insurance during ASW?
A:  ASW students are not eligible for a summer health insurance plan. Starting August 1, you are eligible for the Fall 2014 health insurance plan as an enrolled student. If you do not have insurance now and want insurance before August 1, you can go to several different recommended websites to purchase a plan temporarily for the summer (or you could opt to use that insurance during the school year instead of the student mandatory plan). If you choose something that will carry you through the school year, you will need to waive out of the student mandatory plan before the deadline (Sept 10).

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