Who is eligible to receive financial aid?
To be eligible to receive federal and state student aid, you must:
To maintain your eligible status, you must also:
What if I'm not a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen?
There are still some sources of aid for you. Your country's government, or its embassy in the United States, may have aid for students. You can also look into applying for scholarships.
Can I get financial aid for my remedial classes?
Well, that depends. You can receive financial assistance for remedial coursework if admission to a particular program has been confirmed, and the remedial coursework is necessary to complete the program. You are limited to 24 credit hours of qualified remedial coursework.
However, you cannot receive financial assistance for remedial coursework if your admission into a program is based on the completion of remedial work.
Want to know what kind of aid you may be eligible for?
Before applying for financial aid, see what you may be eligible for by filling out the FAFSA4caster! The FAFSA4caster will help you get an early start on the financial aid process by:
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