After you register for a summer session course, you will automatically be awarded any available gift financial aid if you have the appropriate completed financial aid application on file. For the majority of students, summer classes will be an out of pocket expense.
Undergraduate Programs – Day and Weekend/Evening
The summer is considered the last term of the 2012-2013 academic year for all undergraduate students. Students who have utilized all of their federal and state aid from 2012-2013 will need to apply for a private loan or pay for summer out of pocket. The financial aid office will award any remaining aid available if a student has not utilized the full amount and is eligible based on their summer enrollment. Institutional aid is not available during the summer months.
Students who are graduating at the end of fall term may be eligible to use their 2013-2014 FAFSA and should contact the Student Financial Services office at email@example.com with this information. Please list the number of credits you are planning on taking during the summer and fall.
Summer I is part of your Spring 2012-2013 financial aid.
Summer II and Summer III is considered the beginning term of the 2013-2014 academic year for all graduate students. If you would like to use loans in the summer, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be able to split your yearly loan eligibility into 3 (summer, fall, spring) terms.
Tuition Refund Table
|Percentage of Class Length Remaining
||Amount of Refund
|100% to 90% Class Length Remaining
|89% to 60% Class Length Remaining