An e·bill is a monthly notice sent to the official USC email address of anyone with a balance due or any activity on their student account (with a few exceptions). The notice advises that a new monthly billing statement is available for viewing and/or printing on the USCe.pay system. Notices are also sent to USCe.pay alternate email addresses and guest user email addresses.
Emergency loans are short-term loans for small amounts. No deferment or cancellations are available for Emergency Loans.
Required counseling sessions that schools must provide students before they receive their first Stafford loan disbursement (entrance interviews: see Financial Aid) and again before they leave school (exit interview: see Student Financial Services).
Formerly known as ACH / Direct Deposit service. The eRefund service processes eligible refunds automatically year-round by checking daily for a qualifying credit balance on your student account and refunding it to a specified bank account (unless the credit balance is the result of a debit / credit card overpayment, in which case we are required to refund money back to the debit / credit card, which takes a little longer).
Required counseling sessions that schools must provide students before they leave school. For Perkins, UDSL, HPSL, LDS, or USC institutional loans, exit interviews can be completed online: Go to 'Graduating Soon?'. If you have Stafford, USC Subsidized, or Gate student loans: you may attend an In-person counseling session, contact the Office of Financial Aid, or send email to email@example.com .
Expected Family Contribution (EFC):
This amount is established using a formula (see FACS (formerly AFSA)) that determines the amount a family (both student and parent) is expected to contribute toward the student's education.
Expired (Rebilled) Deferment:
When you are given a deferment, you should be told when it will expire. When a deferment expires, the amount deferred becomes due and payable.