In order to be eligible to receive Federal Student Aid, a student must be a "declared student," which is defined as a student who has applied for admission to a program of study offered by the College, has met the requirements for admission to the program, and been accepted into the program.
An eligible program is defined as a program of study that admits declared students who are high school graduates or have received a GED certificate. The eligible program must also offer a degree, diploma or certificate.
Only courses required for graduation from an eligible program will qualify for financial aid eligibility. A student may receive aid for repeated classes if a failing grade was received or if a higher grade is needed to continue in the program of study. Non-credit classes do not qualify for aid eligibility, and credits received by transfer or credit by exam, including CLEP, do not count as eligible courses for financial aid.
Financial Aid Resources
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