FINANCIAL AID DISBURSEMENT
· Fall Semester Financial Aid will apply to your student account beginning September 8th. If you have DIRECT DEPOSIT, excess financial aid funds should be in your bank account beginning THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH. Please sign up for direct deposit if you haven’t done so already. Go to www.hibbing.edu and log into your e-services account. On the left- hand side click on “Financial Aid” and “Direct Deposit Setup.” If you do not complete the direct deposit setup, an overage check will be mailed to you.
· PAPER CHECKS will be mailed to the address on file beginning Friday, September 11th. Please make sure your permanent address is current. Go to www.hibbing.edu and log into your e-services account. On left side select “Account Management” “Address Information” & “Demographic Information.” No checks will be picked up in the bookstore for Fall Semester.
· If you are a first- time student receiving a loan, those loans will be deposited into your bank account after you have attended 30 days—no later than Monday, Sept 28th.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Students who do not have enough financial aid to cover their charges should establish a payment plan immediately. Here is the link: www.MyCollegePaymentPlan.com Please call 218-262-7205 if you have any questions. Thank you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. When will the Tobacco Use policy take effect?
A. The policy prohibiting any use of tobacco on college property goes into effect August 1, 2018.
Q. What is considered a tobacco product and prohibited by the policy?
A. Any form of tobacco such as cigar, cigarette, snuff, chewing tobacco, smokeless pouches, loose-leaf tobacco, pipes, hookah, e-cigarettes, e-cigars, and any electronic oral device not specifically approved by the U.S. Food and Drug administration for use in medical treatment.
Q. Who is affected by this policy?
A. All College and dental clinic employees, students, visitors, and contractors must comply with the policy.
Q. How is the policy going to be enforced?
A. Individuals can enforce the policy by politely letting anyone using tobacco know that the policy is in place. Tell them we do not allow the use of tobacco products of any kind on our campus and we appreciate their respect for our campus environment. Repeated abuse of the policy by staff and faculty will be addressed by the Provost and Human Resources; students who repeatedly abuse the policy will meet with the Dean of Academics.
Q. How is Hibbing Community College going to help employees and students who want to quit using tobacco?
A. The College will provide resources for students and employees to obtain cessation help. Brochures, pamphlets, and other cessation materials and resources will be found in Student Services, Employee mailroom, Commons, and other locations across the campus.
Q. What are some resources including phone apps to help me become tobacco-free?
NCI QuitPal – Free smartphone app https://digital.gov/2013/03/14/nci-quitpal-app/
SmokefreeTXT – sign up at Smokefree.gov
(different groups for teens, pregnant women, Vets, and those who want to quit dip)
MyQuit Coach – Free app from LIVESTRONG in the App Store
QuitPlan - provides free phone counseling, nicotine patches, gum and lozenges to those who
Blue Cross and Blue Plus members - Quitting tobacco support line – Call toll-free 1-888-662-BLUE (2583)
iBook - Read a motivational tip each day for 50 days to help you conquer tobacco and quit
smoking for good with Sure-Fire, Fifty-Day Way to Stop Smoking – iBook
Quit for Life – provides an expert telephone coach, nicotine replacement aids, and a workbook.
Mandatory Screening Tool
Link to Screening Tool: https://minnstate.edu/CV19-HIB
Each day prior to entering campus, you must use the online Screening Tool.
If you have used the screening tool today and are approved to be on campus, you will see a green message, indicating that you are authorized to be on campus for the day. That notification will also be sent to your email address. You may be asked to verify that you have completed the screening tool; therefore, we recommend that you save the email message for the duration of the day.
If you have used the screening tool today and received this message: Based on your answers, you are NOT authorized to come on campus for classes or work,” you should:
- Self-isolate or quarantine immediately
- Stay home until ALL of the following conditions have been met:
- You have had no fever for at least 24 hours (without the use of fever reducing medications)
- At least 10 days have passed since your symptoms first appeared
- It has been 14 days since you have been in *close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 (*Close Contact is defined as having been within 6 feet of a positive COVID-19 case for at least 15 minutes)
- Monitor your health, contact your healthcare provider as needed
- If you are a student:
- Contact campus healthcare services or the COVID-19 contact below for further assistance
- Students living on campus should also contact the housing director
- Contact your faculty members to inform them that you will not be attending class
- If you are an employee, contact your supervisor or human resources
- If you are a visitor, contractor, or vendor, inform your campus contact
Contact the campus COVID-19 contact, COVID@hibbing.edu, for additional assistance (please do not send any health-related information to this email address)
Hibbing Community College and the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities are committed to protecting the health of all students, faculty, and staff.
Students should email and/or call student support services with questions/concerns: 218-262-7292.
We remind you to be respectful of all members of our campus community. No actions or language should be directed against anyone based on race, ethnicity, or religion based on the origins of COVID-19
Academic Support Center: Tutoring is available online through D2L linked Tutor.com. Once you log into D2L with your Star ID and Password, the link to the tutoring service is at the bottom right of the webpage.
Accessibility Resources: If you have approved accommodations through Disability Services, or if you feel you would benefit from these services, you are encouraged to reach out to Jen Boben at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campus Buildings & Services: For the safety of our campus community, we are limiting access to our academic building exterior doors until further notice. The north and south main entrances will be unlocked during normal business hours, but the rest of the campus remains closed to the public. Only student and employee access will be permitted at this time.
Computer Labs and Internet Access: The computer labs in D110 and D130 will remain open on a limited basis for students only, with appropriate social distancing and frequent cleaning of surfaces. The labs are open Monday through Friday, 8am - 5pm, with a limit of 10 students per lab. We have also amplified WiFi service to the parking lots outside of Cardinal Hall and the north part of the B Building. Signal strength and bandwidth may vary upon usage and demand.
D2L: To access, visit www.hibbing.edu , Quick Links, D2L Brightspace, sign on with Starid and password.
Emergency Alerts: Please make sure your information is current: https://hibbing.edu/index/star-alert
Gym and Fitness Center: The Athletics Building and gym are closed to visitors.
Library: The library building open Monday-Friday 8am - 4pm. Additionally, library services continue to be available virtually via our web page, and there will be a daily drop-in Zoom session from 8am-1pm: https://minnstate.zoom.us/j/758998616, Meeting ID: 758 998 616
Planetarium: HCC Paulucci Planetarium will be closed down for events until further notice.
For additional information, please refer to Minnesota State's Information page on COVID-19.
For specific questions or concerns related to COVID-19 at Hibbing Community College, please contact:
Aaron Reini - Interim Provost, HCC