Aid & Disbursement
Enrollment and Academic Decisions Affect Your Aid Eligibility
Your financial aid award is an estimate of your eligibility. There are many factors which could change, lower, or even eliminate your financial aid eligibility (including loans). Here are some examples:
- Not attending or dropping classes.
- Failing to attend each term or sub-term for which you were registered.
- Withdrawing from the University
- Failing to properly withdraw from the University
- Failing to maintain satisfactory academic progress
- Providing incomplete or inaccurate information during the application process
- Receiving additional sources of aid (such as outside grants, veterans benefits, or private loans)
- Receiving aid above the amount of the cost of attendance (which may lower SSU University scholarships)
- Changing enrollment level (some scholarships require at least full-time enrollment, Federal Direct loans require time enrollment). Defaulting on a student loan or grant.
- Providing false or misleading information
By accepting and/ or agreeing to receive all forms of financial aid, you are accepting and agreeing to the following Terms and Conditions.