|To know what financial assistance programs are available.
||To complete all application forms accurately and submit them on
time to the correct place.o
|To know the deadlines for submitting applications
for each of the financial assistance programs available.
||To provide correct information; misreporting information on financial
assistance application forms is a violation of law and may be considered
a criminal offense that could result in indictment under the U.S.
|To know how financial assistance will be distributed, how decisions
on that distribution are made and the basis for these decisions.
||To return all additional documentation, verification, correct and/or
new information requested by either the Financial Aid Office or the
agency to which applications are submitted.
|To know how financial need was determined.
||To read and understand all forms that the student is asked to sign
and to keep copies of them.
|To know what resources (such as parental contribution, other financial
assistance and assets) were considered in the calculation of financial
||To accept responsibility for all agreements signed.
|To know how much financial need as determined by the institution
has been met.
||To perform the work that is agreed upon when accepting a work-study
|To request an explanation of the various programs in student aid
||To be aware of and comply with the deadlines for application or
reapplication for aid.
|To know the school's refund policy.
||To be aware of the school's refund procedures.
|To know the payback procedures for the financial assistance
||To consider carefully information provided by the school to prospective
students about its programs and performance before deciding to attend
|To know how the school determines satisfactory progress and what
happens if satisfactory progress is not made.
||To repay immediately upon demand all financial assistance over
awards or misappropriations.