With all of the financial aid opportunities available, it can be hard to determine which options are best for you. In addition to typical aid and scholarships, you may be eligible to receive more benefits specific to your unique circumstances. We've compiled a list below of special categories for you to explore, as well as a few requirements you'll need to meet in order to remain eligible for aid.
Advancing Students for a Stronger Tomorrow (ASSET) & Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
Learn About These Programs
Satisfactory Academic Progress
To be eligible for financial aid, students must meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Standards. It's important to ensure you are able to meet them.
Read About SAP
As a transfer student, we understand your needs are unique and your time is valuable. We've outlined the best way for you to transition.
Steps for Transfer Student Aid
Impacts of Withdrawing
Financial Aid is awarded assuming you attend school for the entire period for which the aid is awarded. It's important to know how your aid will be affected if you withdraw from courses.
Know the Impacts
Veteran & Military Students
Use both veterans benefits and financial aid to pay for your education. Opportunities include grants, work-study, and student loans.
Learn How to Apply
Federal Student Aid Eligibility
Federal student aid requires student to be a U.S. citizen or eligible noncitizen, and to be enrolled in an eligible degree or certificate program. Learn more about all of the eligibility requirements for federal student aid.
View Eligibility Requirements