Summer Financial Aid
There is not an additional financial aid application for summer. All students who are degree seeking and have a 2014-2015 FAFSA on file with the OSFA will be considered for financial aid.
To be eligible for federal student loans in the summer, students must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours (5 credit hours for the Graduate College and School of Public Health). For financial aid purposes, summer counts as one term. If you are enrolled in multiple summer sessions, the sum of all your summer enrollments must add up to the 6 credit hour requirement (5 credit hours for the Graduate College and School of Public Health).
Visit Calendar and Deadlines for specific dates pertaining to summer financial aid.
Please note that borrowing during the summer may affect your aid for the following academic year. This mainly applies to Study Abroad students. Contact the OSFA to discuss how summer borrowing can affect your yearly and aggregate loan totals.
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