Your eligibility for financial aid will be based in part on your transfer hours. You must maintain satisfactory academic progress, which states you must not exceed a total of 183 undergraduate credit hours, including transferred hours.
If you have questions about your eligibility for student financial aid, please call the service team at Bronco Express, 269 387-6000. You can visit Bronco Express without an appointment at the Bernhard Center. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Wednesday, 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Or, send an email to email@example.com.
If you want financial aid, you must meet certain eligibility requirements. Transfer students are eligible for aid. You must be a regular admitted, degree-seeking student enrolled in courses at WMU. Once you have completed your degree requirements, you are no longer eligible for aid. Guest students are not eligible. Certificate programs are not eligible, unless you are completing hours for State Permanent Teacher Certification – then you are eligible for undergraduate student loans.
You must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or an eligible non-citizen. Generally, you are an eligible non-citizen if you are:
If you want to remain eligible for federal and state financial aid programs, you must also make satisfactory academic progress (SAP) toward your degree. Standards of satisfactory academic progress are applied to all students who wish to establish or maintain financial aid eligibility, regardless of whether they have received financial aid in the past.
The Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress state you must:
You can view the complete SAP policy online.
Your financial aid eligibility is also affected additional factors, such as:
If you are a financial aid recipient contemplating a partial or complete withdrawal, it is highly recommended that you discuss your situation with a financial aid counselor before you withdraw. Withdrawing may impact your eligibility for current and future aid. Read more about withdrawing here.
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