Any aid you receive in the summer will reduce your fall and spring aid.
Complete the following steps to receive summer aid
Submit the 2014-15 FAFSA
Read the Summer Aid Brochure
Submit the Summer Aid Application - Available March 15
If selected, complete required verification forms
Accept your student loans
How enrollment status affects summer aid
- Full-time status for summer is at least 12 credits (undergraduate) or 9 credits (graduate/law) or more total enrollment for all summer sessions.
- Half-time status for summer is at least 6 credits (undergraduate) or 5 credits (graduate/law)
- Grant funds are prorated based on enrollment.
- If you are not enrolled for a course by the 15th day of Summer I, you will not be eligible to receive grant money for summer.
- Pell Grants used during the summer will reduce the Pell received in the spring semester.
- If you withdraw from a class before it starts, or receive a failing grade that notes you never attended that class, you may lose all or part of your summer grant aid.
- If you make changes to your summer schedule before the 15th day of Summer I, the Pell Grant will be reduced unless you enroll in the same number of credit hours.
- If you are receiving summer grants and you make changes to your summer schedule after the 15th day of Summer I, you can lose eligibility for all or part of your summer grant aid.
- Federal Work Study
- Federal Work Study requires half-time enrollment and a 2.25 G.P.A. to qualify.