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The Bursar's Office is responsible for collecting university tuition and fees, issuing student refunds from financial aid funds, sending invoices and receipts, and distributing student educational tax data.

The Office of the University Bursar is located in the Horvitz Administration Building, 1st floor, on the Fort Lauderdale/Davie Campus, 3301 College Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale-Davie, FL 33314.

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NSU Changes Reporting for Education Tax Credits (1098-T)

Due to a change in reporting requirements under federal law, beginning with tax year 2018, Nova Southeastern University will report the amount paid for qualified tuition and related expenses, not the amount billed on your annual IRS Form 1098-T.  Depending on your income (or your family’s income, if you are a dependent), whether you were considered full- or half-time enrolled, and the amount of your qualified educational expenses for the year, you may be eligible for a federal education tax credit. For detailed information about claiming education tax credits, refer to IRS Publication 970. Please note that Nova Southeastern University does not give tax advice.

NSU 1098-T Process    Electronic Sign-Up for IRS Form 1098-T

 


 

On-Campus Housing & Meal Plan

NSU requires all undergraduate students with 0-48 credit hours to live on campus and participate in the university's meal plan unless at least one of the following criteria applies:

  1. You are married.
  2. You reside with a parent or legal guardian within the tricounty area (Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach).
  3. You are at least 25 years old.

For questions, regarding these charges, please contact the Office of Residential Life & Housing at (954) 262-7052 or 800-541-6682 ext. 27052.

If any of the criteria above apply to you and you will not be living on campus, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions so that your record may be updated accordingly.

Health Insurance

NSU requires all residential on-campus students to have some form of health insurance. If you currently maintain comparable coverage that is greater or equal to that of NSU’s policy, you must complete the online waiver form.

Should you have questions regarding the student health insurance plan, contact the student insurance department at (954) 262-4060 or 800-922-3420 or www.collegiaterisk.com.

Once the online waiver has been processed, your health insurance charge will be reversed.

As you work through the academic challenges of the semester, time passes quickly. Be aware, however, you will not be able to register for the upcoming semester if you have a balance due on your NSU account. To get a handle on your NSU student account, follow these tips:

  1.  Regularly log in to SharkLink to view your student account on the “My Account” page.

  2.  Click on “Holds” to view if you have any holds that may prevent registration.

  3. Click on “My Financial Aid” to verify you have fulfilled all financial aid requirements for timely disbursements.

  4. If you need assistance paying an outstanding balance, consider the following resources: 

    1. Request to enroll in an NSU Payment Plan.

    2. Investigate student employment opportunities.

    3. Apply for a Federal Direct PLUS Loans.
      These loans allow creditworthy graduate/first professional students and parents of dependent undergraduate students to borrow up to the full cost of tuition and related educational expenses, less any financial aid the student may receive. You may complete the PLUS request process at studentloans.gov. 

    4. Contact Enrollment and Student Services at (954) 262-5200 for assistance in reviewing your account.
Form 1095-B is mailed to all students covered under the NSU Student Health Insurance Plan by Aetna at the beginning of each calendar year. In addition, students may login to their Aetna accountt to access their Form 1095-B. For more information visit our Form 1095-B page.
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