Failure to comply with your responsibilities may result in the cancellation or reduction of your financial aid.
It is your responsibility to:
- Be the primary source for meeting the cost of education
- Inform the Financial Aid Office of any change in enrollment status
- Meet satisfactory academic progress requirements
- Complete all application forms accurately and submit them on time
- Provide correct information (misreporting information on financial aid forms is a violation of the law and may be considered a criminal offense)
- Use financial aid funds solely for educational purposes
- Promptly return all additional documentation, verification, corrections, and new information requested by the Financial Aid Office or the agency to which you submitted your application
- Inform the Financial Aid Office and Admissions Office of any name, address, or Social Security number change
- Read, understand, and keep copies of all forms that you are asked to sign
- Inform the Financial Aid Office of any income change, including earnings, scholarships, etc
- Repay all loans according to the terms agreed upon at the time the loan was accepted and the promissory note signed.
- If the student has received financial aid and failed to attend classes, they are considered a “NO SHOW” and therefore, have not established eligibility for any financial aid. No show students must repay in full any funds received. Read more on how a "NO SHOW" status can affect your financial aid.
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