Eligibility for federal student aid is determined on the basis of financial need in conjunction with several other factors. The Office of Scholarships and Student Aid determines what you are eligible to receive based on your expected family contribution (EFC). To receive financial aid, you must meet the following criteria:
Note: Students admitted to the University under a “special” status provision are not eligible to receive financial aid.
April 1 - Priority filing date for financial aid for the fall term or academic year
April 15 - Priority date for applying for financial aid for summer school
July 1 - Signed Award Notification and Promissory Notes must be received by SSA in order for financial aid (grants and/or loan proceeds) to be available for fall registration.
Nov. 30 - Priority filing date for students whose first enrollment is the spring term
Dec. 10 - Signed Award Notification and Promissory. Notes must be received by SSA in order for financial aid (grants and/or loan proceeds) to be available for spring registration.