What financial assistance is available, including federal, state and institutional aid.
The deadlines for submitting applications.
What criteria are used to award the various financial aid programs.
How financial need is determined, including what the Cost of Attendance is.
What resources are considered in calculating financial need and how other resources affect their need.
That the information they give to the Financial Aid Office will be treated confidentially.
Policies for students who withdraw.
An explanation of the various funds in the financial aid package, including which financial aid programs must be repaid and which do not.
They can have their financial need reviewed if their family circumstances have changed.
How Satisfactory Academic Progress is determined and how it might affect their financial aid eligibility.
Students have the responsibility to:
Complete a financial aid application on time and accurately. Students must reapply for all financial aid programs annually.
Provide any additional information requested for the processing of their Financial Aid file (such as Federal tax returns, tax transcripts, verification worksheets, or other documentation).
Read and understand all forms that they are asked to sign and keep a copy of such forms for their record.
Use financial aid for educational expenses only.
Make Satisfactory Academic Progress as determined by the Financial Aid Office.
Inform the Financial Aid Office of any additional Financial Aid they receive such as scholarships, outside grants, assistantship or other educational/tuition assistance.
Repay all loans according to the terms of the promissory note. Students who default on a loan are not eligibile for additional Financial Aid.
Perform their Federal Work-Study job in a satisfactory manner.
Know and comply with any refund procedures.
Inform the Financial Aid Office if their personal information changes such as: - Their permanent or local address - Their residency status - Their enrollment status (credit load) - Their classification (Undergraduate, graduate, second degree, special student)