Dates & Deadlines
Dates listed are anticipated, and are subject to change without notice.
Direct Loans may be disbursed in two payments each semester. Check WebAdvisor to see if you are due a second loan payment.
You must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 in-program credit hours to receive a loan disbursement.
If you would like to reduce your loan amounts, or cancel your loans entirely, you must complete the Direct Loan Adjustment Form and submit it to the Financial Aid Office within 14 days of the first disbursement date.
Summer 2017 Semester
30 days must have passed from the start of your term (includes minimesters) to be eligible for a loan disbursement.
7/12: Refund for grants, and loans.
2017-18 Academic Year Dates & Deadlines
For the Fall 2017, Spring 2018, and Summer 2018 semesters, you must complete your 2017-18 year FAFSA application.
Fall 2017 Semester
7/1: PRIORITY DEADLINE - Returning students who have received an Award Letter by this date will have their classes held.
8/1: PRIORITY DEADLINE - New students who have received an Award Letter by this date will have their classes held.
Scholarship Dates & Deadlines
January – March: Online application available.
April – May: Scholarship application reviews and selections.
June: Award notifications via email.
The deadline to apply for scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic year is March 31, 2017. Apply now!
Appeal Dates & Deadlines
Appeals are ONLY reviewed in between semesters. Students who are not meeting the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress (FASAP) policy may appeal for reinstatement of financial aid eligibility.
Please note that the Committee will not be able to review your appeal unless all items are completed. If they are unable to review your appeal, your appeal will be denied:
☐ Completed FASAP Appeal Request (all blanks must be filled in order to be considered complete).
☐ Outside documentation of circumstances for each unsuccessful semester.
☐ Program Evaluation, if you are appealing Maximum Timeframe.
Examples of reasons which are not considered suitable justification for appeals:
- I was young; I attended in high school; I didn’t take school seriously before; I made mistakes.
- I attended many years ago and have come back to school recently.
- I changed majors a lot and did not know what I wanted to do.
- I did not realize how much all my withdrawals would hurt my financial aid.
If your appeal is approved, you must complete the "what it means to be a successful student" one hour seminar.
May 15 - July 15: You may submit an FASAP Appeal Request for the 2017 Fall semester.
Financial Aid Refunds
All financial aid funds, except work-study paychecks, are disbursed through BankMobile. The date by which you will receive your funds depends on the BankMobile refund option that you select:
Electronic Deposit To Another Account
Electronic Deposit To A BankMobile Vibe Account
Three business days
One business day