Eligibility for Federal Financial Aid is determined for students who annually complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Award packages are determined as early as March of each calendar year for the upcoming academic year for early applicants. Awarding continues as Financial Aid applications are processed. A student is eligible only for those Federal programs that have funds available at the time your file is fully processed and the student meets eligibility guidelines. To be considered for Federal Aid, you must meet basic financial aid requirements:
Financial Aid is awarded on the bases of full-time enrollment in a degree-seeking major every semester. To be aid eligible, students must meet certain enrollment requirements pertaining to their course load.
Student should be meet basic academic standings in three categories: Completion Rate, Cumulative GPA and Maximum Attendance Time Frame as outline in the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy.