You do not need to complete a seperate institutional application for financial aid.
Please keep in mind that the FAFSA is 'FREE'. If you need help in completing the application, we would gladly offer free assistance. You need to complete a FAFSA yearly to demonstrate financial need.
You may view a tutorial - 7 Easy Steps to the FAFSA .
Priority date for incoming freshmen who wish aid for the 2014 - 15 academic year beginning in the fall should have the FAFSA completed by March 15 and continuing students should have the FAFSA completed by April 15.
Financial aid options for winterim are limited. There is no application for a student to complete like there is for summer. Students interested in winterim should check in with the Financial Aid office to determine if they have remaining eligibility to cover winterim classes.
Summer Financial Aid Application
Students who have registered for summer classes (or know the number of summer credits they will enroll for) may apply for summer financial aid. The Summer Aid Application is available in the Finances Section of the Student Center in MyBlugold Camps.
Each student must be enrolled at least halftime (6 credits for undergraduate, 3 credits for graduate) to be considered for aid (with the exception of less than halftime Pell Grant).
Summer is based on the FAFSA for 2013 - 14 and used the funds for the 2013 - 14 school year. This limits the amount of aid that a student may receive especially if they have used all their aid in the fall and spring semesters. We do advise students to apply for summer and receive a summer award notification.
-Additional Information about Summer Financial Aid-