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Withdrawing from courses or not obtaining a passing grade can impact your financial aid eligibility. If you want to remain eligible for federal and state financial aid programs, including work-study, you must make satisfactory academic progress (SAP) toward your degree. For a complete explanation of SAP, view the policy online.
Have you been awarded aid? Is your aid ready to pay? Are you missing requirements? Check out the status of your financial aid on GOWMU.
Fall work-study recipients must have earnings charged to their fall work-study awards by Tuesday, October 21, or their awards will be canceled for the remainder of the 2014-15 financial aid year. If a student has been hired, but will not be paid through work-study until after this date, the student and the employer must notify the financial aid office by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org on or before the October 21deadline.
E-mails received after October 21will not be considered and once an award has been canceled it will not be reinstated.
TIP - If you have questions or concerns, we can help. The financial aid process may seem a little confusing. Don't be afraid to ask questions. Call (269) 387-6000 or stop by Bronco Express in the Bernhard Center. No appointments needed.
Updated: 10/24/2014 9:47 AM
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