Financial Aid Awards
Awards Are Determined
You may use a calculator on the web to calculate an estimate of the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) which will be expected for your period of enrollment. It is important to complete the questions on this estimator as accurately as possible. The EFC that is calculated for you can be used for planning purposes, but it is not guaranteed. The official EFC, calculated after you submit a signed FAFSA, will be used to determine your financial aid. If you want to calculate an estimated EFC, click here.
To receive financial aid that is awarded, you must meet the terms and conditions of awards which are referenced in the award notice which you receive. Additional conditions of financial aid eligibility are in the University catalog and the Student Handbook.What's Next
Once you receive your award letter, the funds will be equally divided between two semesters and credited to your account. The responsibility for paying any expenses exceeding your financial aid lies with you. If you should receive more aid than your total University charges, the difference will be refunded to you, so that you can apply these funds toward other college-related costs. You will receive directly via paycheck any college employment earnings.