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The Financial Aid Office (FAO) coordinates a comprehensive program of
scholarships, grants, part-time employment, and loans available through
Federal, State, and University funds.
The financial aid program enables students and parents to reduce or eliminate financial barriers to admission and retention at the University. All awards are dependent upon availability of funds and demonstration of financial need, unless otherwise noted.
An undergraduate or graduate degree-seeking student who has been given temporary non-degree student status by the Office of Admissions is eligible for institutional short term loan assistance only. Students must be degree-seeking in order to receive all other forms of financial assistance.
APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL AID
A student applying for financial aid must follow the procedure outlined below:
Receipt of a financial aid award does not automatically renew an application for financial aid in subsequent years. A student must reapply for financial aid each academic year.