September 17, 2019-Constitution Day

What is Constitution Day?

Constitution Day commemorates the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787.

How do I Learn More About the Constitution?

Click here to visit the Library of Congress repository for Constitutional documents and information.

Click here to visit the National Archives site and learn more about the Constitution.

Is Anything Happening in Philadelphia for Constitution Day?

Click here to visit the National Constitution Center site and learn more about their activities to celebrate Constitution Day, including offering free admission on Tuesday, September 17, 2019.

Verification

Please note:  If you were selected for federal verification upon filing your 2018-2019 FAFSA, please note that the IRS GetTranscript Service, to obtain IRS Tax Transcripts and Verification of Non-Filing Letters is now functional again, as of January 17th; however, if you have been struggling to obtain IRS Tax Transcripts, the Office of Financial Aid is now permitted to accept signed copies of your 2016 federal tax returns in lieu of your 2016 IRS tax transcript. Please be sure the student’s name/ID is noted on any documents submitted.  Thank you.

Books and Financial Aid

Students can purchase their books for Spring 2019 with their approved financial aid at the Bookstore now!

Students who have excess Financial Aid on their tuition account and would like to use those funds to purchase books and supplies, can go directly to the SJU bookstore or sju.bncollege.com to make the purchase with their Student ID until the end of the add/drop period for each semester. The funds used to purchase books or supplies will be deducted from your tuition account.

Financial Aid Office News

Active Phishing Campaign Targeting Student Email Accounts

Federal Student Aid (FSA) has identified a malicious phishing campaign that may lead to potential fraud associated with student refunds and aid distributions.

What is happening: Multiple institutions of higher education have reported that attackers are using a phishing email to obtain access to student accounts via the IHE student portal (see example phishing email below). The nature of the requests indicate the attackers have done some level of research and understand the schools’ use of student portals and methods. These attacks are successful due to student compliance in providing requested information and the use of just one factor for authentication.

Upon gaining access to the portal, the attacker changes the student’s direct deposit destination to a bank account controlled by the attacker. As a result, federal student aid refunds intended for the student are sent to the attacker.  To protect yourself, please ensure any email re: a billing statement or student refund is coming from an @sju.edu email address or from TMS, Tuition Management Systems (@afford.com).  Please do not provide your SJU login credentials to anyone.  Please be careful of any links you are clicking on in any email.

Example phishing email:

screen for Phishing email

Students can purchase their books for Fall 2018 with their approved financial aid at the Bookstore now!

Students who have excess Financial Aid on their tuition account and would like to use those funds to purchase books and supplies, can go directly to the SJU bookstore or sju.bncollege.com to make the purchase with their Student ID until the end of the add/drop period for each semester. The funds used to purchase books or supplies will be deducted from your tuition account.

 

Orientation Financing Presentation 2018