Impacts On Aid
Your financial aid depends on many factors. Your financial aid can increase or decrease even after you receive your aid for the semester. Use this page to learn more about items that can affect your aid.
Cost of Attendance
You can receive financial aid up to the average estimated expenses for student fees, textbooks, room and board, transportation, and miscellaneous personal expenses.
Expected Family Contriubtion (EFC)
The EFC helps determine your federal student aid eligibility and financial aid award. It is used in determining the amount of Pell Grant and other need-based awards you can receive.
If you are enrolled less than full-time, or if any of your classes are ineligible for financial aid purposes, your financial aid can reduce accordingly.
Satisfactory Academic Progress
In order to maintain your eligibility for federal financial aid, you need to meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards each semester.
Changes in Finances
We encourage students to contact our office if you or your family have experienced a significant change in financial circumstances since completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).