As a student at Mount St. Mary’s College, you’ll have plenty to think about: your studies, social interactions, internships and career planning, and much more.
But as a student receiving financial aid, you also have one very important element to keep in mind: retaining your eligibility for financial aid.
What’s that mean? It’s simple: there are a number of ways that you can lose the ability to quality for financial aid, thereby jeopardizing your educational career.
At Student Financing, we’re here to help you maintain that eligibility. Below are four main ways your financial aid qualifications can be placed in jeopardy. Click to learn more at each link.
Enrollment Changes: If you drop to less than full time after the add/drop deadline, you may affect your eligibility for certain types of aid. Click here to learn more.
Changes in Your Academic Program: These can affect your eligibility, because your aid package is based on the program at the time of application. Click here to learn more.
Housing Changes: Where you live affects your aid package, because your cost estimates are a factor in determining your overall awards. If you change where you live, or incorrectly report your housing costs, your aid may be affected. Click here to learn more.
Satisfactory Academic Progress: It seems obvious, but it must be said – you need to complete your courses at a satisfactory level, or your aid (and enrollment) may be in jeopardy. Click here to learn more.