bond 1.00% 0.99% 0.95% 0.89% 0.81% 0.71% 0.59% 0.45% 0.31% 0.16% 0.00% s&p500 0.00% 0.16% 0.31% 0.45% 0.59% 0.71% 0.81% 0.89% 0.95% 0.99% 1.00% 100.080 100.750 100.000 100.280 100.692 100.025 100.091 100.081 100.081 109.817 109.100 109.240 100.110 100.617 100.000 100.264 100.582 100.004 100.069 100.058 100.057 108.012 108.530 108.577 100.141 100.452 100.000 100.217 100.495 100.000 100.066 100.038 100.040 106.049 107.784 107.718 100.157 100.276 100.000 100.137 100.467 100.021 100.093 100.021 100.040 104.041 106.995 106.790 100.146 100.143 100.000 100.051 100.607 100.087 100.162 100.027 100.082 102.318 106.548 106.179 100.131 100.151 100.000 100.079 101.156 100.242 100.288 100.120 100.210 101.614 107.355 106.789 100.170 100.359 100.000 100.370 102.251 100.462 100.425 100.338 100.415 103.003 110.991 110.180 100.263 100.665 100.000 100.559 103.114 100.517 100.396 100.477 100.496 106.862 119.270 118.149 100.400 100.834 100.088 100.000 102.362 100.471 100.434 100.517 100.467 111.456 135.055 133.594 101.346 101.361 101.198 100.000 101.509 101.255 101.536 101.334 101.324 114.216 170.918 170.345 100.402 100.427 100.310 100.000 100.405 100.132 100.288 100.150 100.296 107.440 142.314 125.169 BEKK DIAGONAL - VT BEKK SCALAR BEKK SCALAR - VT DCC-ASY-GEN DCC-ASYMMETRIC DCC-GENERALIZED DCC-IMA DCC-MR DCC-RANK FIXED (all sample) OGARCH 1 OGARCH 2 Average 100.159 100.403 100.000 100.033 101.093 100.147 100.204 100.142 100.174 106.648 120.267 118.258 Table 157: sample variance of minimum variance portfolios subject to a required return of 1 (sample: 1001-end) 39
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The Most Important Policies Every Student Must Know! What is the difference between dropping and withdrawing a class? Dropping a Class A drop removes the class from your academic record and you are entitled to a full refund, minus a $5 registration fee. The drop period takes place before the start of the withdrawal period. The drop period runs from the moment that you register for a class up to the 10th day of the start of a 16-week class. The deadlines to drop classes that run less than 16 weeks varies according to the length of time the class runs (i.e. 8 weeks, 14 weeks, etc.). Check the Summer/Fall 2007 Schedule of credit classes for more details on these deadlines. You do not need the instructor’s or a counselor’s approval to drop a class, however it is highly recommended that you consult with a counselor prior to dropping to ensure make adjustments to your academic plan due to the drop. back | home | next
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2016 Summer Academic Calendar  Summer 2016 Students enrolled in summer short term classes (less than 3 weeks) should drop by the first scheduled class meeting to avoid receiving a “W” and being charged registration fees.  June 20 (Mon) Summer REGULAR Session Begins ~ You Must Attend the First Day of Class to Confirm Your Enrollment  June 26 (Sun) LAST DAY TO DROP summer REGULAR classes without receiving a “W” on record or being assessed fees. DROP summer REGULAR classes with eligibility for a refund of registration fees. ADD via MYWEB using Add codes for summer REGULAR classes (11pm)  June 28 (Tue) FIRST DAY OF WITHDRAWAL “W” period for summer REGULAR classes.  July 1 (Fri) LAST DAY TO SUBMIT Credit/No Credit forms to the Office of Admissions and Records  July 18 (Mon) LAST DAY TO DROP summer REGULAR classes and receive a “W” on record  July 28 (Thu) Summer REGULAR Classes End  August 3 (Wed) Summer REGULAR Classes 2016 grades available online at MyWEB http://myweb.sjeccd.edu
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bond 1.00% 0.99% 0.95% 0.89% 0.81% 0.71% 0.59% 0.45% 0.31% 0.16% 0.00% s&p500 0.00% 0.16% 0.31% 0.45% 0.59% 0.71% 0.81% 0.89% 0.95% 0.99% 1.00% 100.511 100.931 100.000 100.253 100.625 100.402 100.458 112.560 104.676 120.472 111.264 100.462 101.745 100.557 101.014 100.000 100.176 100.481 100.330 100.364 112.188 104.607 117.156 109.198 100.442 101.654 100.592 101.162 100.000 100.112 100.330 100.260 100.276 111.464 104.427 113.237 106.905 100.480 101.546 100.561 101.393 100.000 100.062 100.170 100.168 100.190 110.313 104.131 108.851 104.490 100.536 101.422 100.392 101.578 100.000 100.017 100.005 100.045 100.093 108.717 103.743 104.476 102.268 100.524 101.277 100.328 101.471 100.012 100.079 100.000 100.073 100.105 106.990 103.500 101.517 101.107 100.512 101.239 100.636 101.218 100.000 100.390 100.411 100.524 100.441 105.665 103.734 102.748 102.429 100.644 101.479 100.674 100.912 100.000 100.859 101.066 101.155 101.006 104.578 104.064 110.842 106.870 100.639 101.836 100.076 100.534 100.000 101.284 101.439 101.407 101.385 104.130 103.176 121.875 112.237 100.183 102.002 100.601 100.815 101.616 101.368 101.574 101.333 101.520 110.939 101.852 123.302 114.554 100.000 101.743 100.498 101.415 101.151 100.000 100.297 100.245 100.081 114.037 107.580 109.876 107.572 100.197 102.290 EXP-SM MA(20) MA(100) DCC-IMA (recursive) DCC-MR (recursive) DCC-ASY (recursive) DCC-RANK (recursive) OGARCH1 (recursive) OGARCH2 (recursive) FIXED (sample 1-1000) FIXED (daily update) DCC-ASY-GEN (recursive) DCC-GEN (recursive) Average 100.238 100.874 100.000 100.165 100.328 100.287 100.285 108.954 103.868 111.942 106.909 100.165 101.400 Table 158: sample variance of minimum variance portfolios subject to a required return of 1 (sample: 1001-end) 42
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Dear Students, Every February, the Trinity Board of Trustees establishes the tuition and fee levels for the next academic year. On February 11, 2011, the Trustees established the tuition levels for 2011-2012. You will find a statement of these new tuition levels on the following slides. Along with these new tuition levels, you will find additional information to help you to understand how Trinity’s budget works, what your tuition dollar supports, and how to get financial aid. Mindful of that Trinity students and families face financial challenges, the Trustees always strive to keep tuition and fee increases modest. At the same time, the economic climate is posing challenges for Trinity’s finances, including some reduction in charitable gifts and endowment income, and higher prices for goods and services including utilities, insurance and banking fees. After much consideration, the Trustees decided upon a 2% increase for many 2011-2012 tuition and fees, the same low rate of increase as the previous year, and well below the CPI of 3.9%. With this increase, Trinity’s full-time undergraduate tuition next year will be $20,150, compared to more than $28,000 average tuition for private colleges nationally. In the next few slides, you will see how Trinity’s tuition and fees stack up against other universities in this area. We also present important financial aid information as well as budget information of interest to you. We are doing everything possible to control costs at Trinity, and to refrain from passing on all but the most essential expense increases to you, our students and families. I am happy to provide any additional information you may request to help you to plan your Trinity education effectively. Thank you for being a vital part of the Trinity community! President Patricia McGuire
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Fall Regular 2016 Dates  Students enrolled in fall short term classes (less than 16 weeks) should drop by the first scheduled class meeting to avoid receiving a “W” and being charged registration fees.  August 29 (Mon) Fall REGULAR Session Begins ~ You Must Attend the First Day of Class to Confirm Your Enrollment  September 11 (Sun) LAST DAY TO; DROP fall REGULAR classes without receiving a “W” on record or being assessed fees. DROP fall REGULAR classes with eligibility for a refund of registration fees. ADD via MYWEB using Add codes for fall REGULAR classes (11pm)  September 13 (Tue) FIRST DAY OF WITHDRAWAL “W” period for fall REGULAR classes.  September 30 (Fri) LAST DAY TO SUBMIT Credit/No Credit forms to the Office of Admissions and Records  October 10 (Mon) Graduation/Certificate Petitions for fall 2016 due in the Office of Admissions and Records  November 18 (Fri) LAST DAY TO DROP fall REGULAR classes and receive a “W” on record  December 15 (Thu) Fall REGULAR Classes End  January 11, (Wed) Fall REGULAR Classes 2016 grades available online at MyWEB http://myweb.sjeccd.edu
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Tuition and Fee Recommendation Fees • Two primary types of Fees Mandatory Fees  Student Incidental Fee  Student Recreation Center process**  Student Health Fee   Building Fee   Residence and Dining Fee Special Fees  Student Fee process Fee  Student Fee Director of SHWC Legislative action *  Director, Housing (not being presented here)  Course Fees   Late/Registration Fees  Other Misc. Fees Academic Directors  Divisions/Departments  Divisions/Departments *Note: Residence and Dining are not technically a Mandatory Fee, however, for consistency, SOU presents them along with Mandatory Fees **Note: For the Student Recreation Center, the Recreation Center Steering Committee will set the Rec Center fees, once established.
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If I receive Financial Aid, how does the new registration timeline affect my payment schedule? I use CalVet Fee Waiver to pay a portion of my tuition fees, how will the new registration timeline impact me? Who can I speak to about my registration? If I register late, what do I pay to get on the Installment Plan? If I pay by installments, how does the new registration timeline affect my payment schedule? FEES & FINANCIAL AID If I receive financial aid, how can I defer my registration fees? FAQS Newscenter.sdsu.edu/registration-timeline/ / If I pay in full prior to registration, how does the new registration timeline affect my payment schedule? How can I find out how much my tuition will be for the upcoming semester? When can I accept my student loans? How much do I have to pay at the time I sign up for the Non-resident Tuition Installment Plan? What is the deadline to signing up for the Basic Tuition and Non-resident Tuition Installment plans? Do I have to pay Nonresident Tuition prior to my registration for each semester? What are the due dates for the Nonresident Tuition Installment Plan?
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