The links to the right provide general information about what is taken into consideration
when awarding financial aid to students, and how we determine how much aid you are
eligible to receive.
Your financial aid paperwork or file is not reviewed until all required processes
are completed, and all required documents are turned in to our office.
Recent changes in regulations require us to closely monitor the amount of time (number
of classes) it takes you to complete your degree or certificate. We may ask you to
submit a Graduation Plan (formerly Academic Plan) when we review your file and paperwork.
Use the Financial Aid Portal to view the status of your file, see if any other required
processes or documents are needed, and to view your financial aid award.