Many students get to the last academic year in their program and find that disbursements and refunds appear to be handled differently than they had been in the past. This situation can occur if your last academic year is 24 credits or fewer.
July 1st marks the beginning of a new award year for Federal Student Aid, and along with it, some changes for Pell Grant-eligible students
To confirm data reported during the Federal Student Aid (FSA) application process, your FAFSA may be selected for verification. What does this mean for you, and what kind of documentation will be required? This article will explain the process.
You may find your Federal Student Aid (FSA) disbursement dates change during an academic year and not know why. While there are a number of reasons a disbursement might get rescheduled, I’ll explain the top five and share steps you can take to avoid delays in receiving your aid.
Many students find they need student loans to help finance their education. While student loans can be useful, other options may also be available.
What options are available to manage your student loan debt? What terms are available for repayment? This article addresses some options.
There are times when federal financial aid is not disbursed until after the loan period (LP) for which the funds were intended ends. In these cases, federal student aid (FSA) earned prior to completing an LP may be disbursed through a late disbursement. A late disbursement is any disbursement of FSA funds you were eligible to receive while you were in attendance with the University.
Generally, your FSA funds will be disbursed in two installments during your academic year and/or loan period. When awarded, these funds will typically be scheduled to disburse in two separate and substantially equal payments.
Electronically uploading your financial aid documents can save up to a week in processing time over traditional faxing.
Sometimes, life happens — an emergency, an illness, anything that may require you to take an extended break from your courses. Read on to learn about the leave of absence (LOA) and how it can help you when life just…happens.