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Enrollment Applicants must be enrolled at least half-time, be in academic "good standing," and be making satisfactory academic progress as defined by the graduate school in which they are enrolled. Only students registered in formal University graduate degree or certificate programs are eligible to receive financial assistance through the Office of Financial Aid.
Financial Aid Transcripts Receipt of a Financial Aid Transcript is required from each post-secondary school attended by graduate aid applicants before financial assistance can be awarded.
Citizenship All citizens and permanent residents of the United States are eligible to apply for financial assistance through the Office of Financial Aid.
Default Status To receive financial assistance through any federal programs, students cannot be in default on Federal Perkins, Federal Stafford, Federal Supplemental, or Ford Federal Direct payments for funds received during previous years of study. Furthermore, financial aid recipients cannot owe refunds on Pell or Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant funds previously received for undergraduate study at any institution.
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