GSU’s Exempted GST List (EGL) is designed to help students, parents and employers avoid the $300 annual fee required by the state.
The list allows students to skip the $3,000 annual fee and receive a credit toward their GSU GED (Graduate Electronic Education) tuition, fees and fees.
GSU officials say students can use the EGL to bypass the $1,200 yearly fee.
The list was created by GSU officials after a state audit determined that the university’s Office of Student Financial Services (OSFS) has a financial incentive program to avoid paying the $700 fee that students have to pay to the university.
The state audit also found that the office of Student Finance has a “bribe scheme” that allows university officials to make payments to university administrators for their “good works.”
“I’m not trying to take any credit away from students, I’m just saying it’s a very important thing,” said Greg Clements, president of the University of South Florida.
“We’re trying to help them get ahead of the curve.
We want to help people that are trying to get ahead.
The EGL is a way for people to avoid the cost of their education.”
The EGL list is different from the federal GED program, which is similar to the one offered by other public universities in Florida.
The federal Geds are for students from families that make less than $65,000 a year.
Students who are eligible for the federal student loan repayment program are eligible to use the GED if they make $100,000 or more a year, according to GSU.
Students who are currently eligible for a GED are eligible after a two-year grace period, and those who are in repayment after the two- and four-year periods will receive the EGO credit.
The cost of using the Ego credit will be based on the amount of tuition that a student is paying, according a news release.
For students from lower-income families, the GSU EGO can be used toward their tuition and fees, as well as other fees such as housing, food and other expenses.
For students with incomes of $50,000-$75,000, the EGRE can be spent on their GED.
Students can use a GSE (Graduated Student Education) account for the GUSD tuition and fee costs, according the release.
The account can be opened at any time, and is required for any students who do not have a current GSU credit card.
Students can also purchase EGO credits for their GSE account, which can be purchased for $10 each, the release stated.
If a student cannot use the federal EGO for their tuition or fees because of income restrictions, they can still use the state EGO program to pay for a fee waiver.
The waiver program allows students and families to take advantage of discounts and free or reduced cost services, as long as they are currently enrolled at a GSU campus.
If students want to use an EGO to pay their GUSs or other fees, they must apply for a waiver from their student financial services office.
The Office of Students Financial Services can help with the process.
The EGO is currently available for students to use in the Fall semester, which begins on Oct. 1.
The program will not be available for the 2017-2018 academic year.GSU is currently working on a new EGO and will begin accepting applications on Oct