Aid Recipient Responsibilities

  • Students must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress
  • Students must apply annually for financial assistance to demonstrate need.
  • Students are responsible for notifying the Student Financial Aid Office of any scholarships they will be receiving from outside sources.
  • Students must be enrolled for all courses by the drop/add deadline each term.
  • Students must provide accurate and factual information. In addition, students must notify the Financial Aid Office of any change in information submitted such as:
         -  withdrawal from school;
         -  reduction of number of credits below full-time status;
         -  any change in name or address;
         -  financial information provided on application forms;
         -  defaulting on and/or owing a refund of Title IV funds to any institution.
  • Students must be accepted and enrolled in a degree or certificate program.
  • Financial aid is provided for the purpose of attending school. It is the responsibility of each recipient to use his/her financial aid for educational purposes and carefully manage the funds provided.
  • Students must understand that a portion of or all aid received must be refunded to the appropriate aid programs upon partial or full withdrawal from school. Any aid refunds not paid will cause the loss of further eligibility.  Federal Regulations concerning University Withdrawal.
  • Students who are in default on any educational loan will be denied financial aid.

Last Modified: 5/16/17 11:46 AM