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Our Best Answer What are the eligibility requirements for financial aid?

For undergraduate students you must take a minimum of 6 credit hours per term—fall, spring, or summer—in any semester you receive Federal Direct Loans. Some grants require that you maintain full-time status. That means you must take a minimum of 12 credit hours per term—fall, spring, or summer—in which you are enrolled. For graduate students you must take a minimum of 4 credit hours per term—fall, spring, or summer—in any semester you receive Federal Direct Loans.

 

Your academic progress is also reviewed at least once a year. Academic progress is determined by your enrollment in all previous terms, including those in which you withdrew completely from classes regardless of whether you received financial aid in those terms. You must meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress standards in order to receive financial aid. More information about financial aid eligibility can be found on our website.

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