Information about how your aid award was calculated.
Have your financial need reviewed through an appeal process if you or your family's financial circumstances change.
Know how much aid you will receive each semester and when it will be disbursed or applied to your account.
Know the terms of any work study award offered.
Know the interest rate, as well as the amount, method, and starting dates of repayment, for any loan offered.
Access your financial aid file.
Know that the information you give to the Financial Aid Office will be treated confidentially. Information from a student's file will not be released to anyone without a signed release from the student, except to University staff and financial aid donors.
You have the responsibility to:
Provide accurate and factual information on all financial aid forms.
Provide any additional information requested during the application process, which may include copies of income tax returns, verification worksheets, or other required information.
Report any additional financial aid you receive, such as scholarships, outside grants, or other tuition assistance.
Repay all loans or prior over-award of financial aid according to your truth-in-lending and promissory notes. If you are in default on a loan, you are not eligible for additional financial aid. For information on repaying your student loans, visit Student Aid on the Web.
Notify the Financial Aid Office if you are in default on an education loan or owe financial aid repayments.