To be considered for financial aid each year students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 10 and complete the University Financial Aid Application (UAPP). A separate UAPP must be filed for consideration for summer aid, which typically may be submitted beginning late February to early March of each calendar year.
The FAFSA on the web worksheet and UAPP link are mailed to all current students in December. If you did not receive this information, you may pick up the forms at the Office of Financial Aid or download and print them here. State and federal grants are need-based awards; thus your eligibility is determined by the FAFSA. It is especially important for undergraduate students to file the FAFSA by the March 10 deadline in order to receive maximum eligibility.
Counselors are available to answer any financial aid questions. Please call or stop by the Office of Financial Aid if you have any questions.
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