Want to take summer classes in 2022? You may be eligible for financial assistance from federal financial aid and/or additional grant funds.
Here are the ways you can get financial assistance:
Federal Financial Aid assistance:
- If you have unused student loan funds from the 2021-22 year and you’re taking at least 6 credit hours in the summer term.
- If you receive Pell Grant funds, are eligible for Summer Pell, and you’re taking at least 6 credit hours in the summer term.
Questions about your financial aid eligibility during summer session? Read more here or contact the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships.
Special Grant Funds:
You may be eligible for $500 toward 3 credits or $1,000 toward 6 credits:
- If you signed up to participate in the 30 Hour Challenge and need 3 or more credits to meet your 30-hour goal.
- If you have earned a total of 24-27 credits this academic year and want to enroll in 3-6 credits to attain a 30-hour goal.
- If you are taking 1 or 2 classes for grade replacement purposes after receiving a low grade or withdrawing.
Questions about your eligibility for these special grant funds to offset summer tuition? Contact the Dean of Undergraduate Studies.