The priority deadline for the Spring/Summer Aid Application has passed. Although you may still fill out the application, it will be considered late.
Spring and Summer terms are considered the end of the academic year. Therefore the amount of aid that is available for distribution to students during this time depends on how much was distributed during the fall and winter semesters. The amount of grants, loans, and work study available in spring or summer can be considerably less than what is typically available during the rest of the academic year.
To be eligible for Spring/Summer Aid, you MUST attend at least 6 credit hours (undergraduates) or 4 credit hours (graduates).
These credits may be split between the Spring and Summer semesters in any way. For example, undergraduates may attend six credits in Spring and zero in Summer, five credits in Summer and one in Spring, three credits in each semester, or any other combination as long as the total for both semesters is six credits.