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Students who have submitted a valid FAFSA and have also enrolled in summer classes with no outstanding To Do List items will automatically be awarded a summer financial award package mid-May. It is important to understand that receiving summer aid will very likely reduce your fall/spring award package.  Please visit the Summer Aid link for further information.  
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Study Abroad Information and Checklists are now available for the 15/16 academic year! Students planning to study abroad in the Summer 15 semester should submit their checklist as soon as possible. 

Did you use estimated figures when filing the FAFSA? If so, update your information by utilizing the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT). The IRS DRT electronically transfers your federal tax return information into your FAFSA. To view these simple steps, click here.

Newly Accepted Freshman and Transfers: Be sure to check out our New Student Information link for helpful tools and resources, such as our Aid vs. Cost Calculator, to assist you on your path to becoming a Seawolf. 

15/16 FAFSA:  File your application at by the priority deadline date to apply for campus based aid, including Federal Work Study, and the Federal SEOG for the Summer'15/Fall'15/Spring'16 semesters. Your FAFSA must be received by the federal processor by the deadline to be considered for these awards.

Priority deadline dates:

  • Incoming Freshman and Transfers: March 1st
  • Continuing and graduate students: May 1st

Check out the 7 Easy Steps to the FAFSA if you require assistance with the application.


Access Update: There will be a new log-in process to access your accounts on federal websites including,, and Rather than using your SSN, DOB, and name to sign in, you will be prompted to create a username and password to authenticate your identity with a single sign-on process across these systems. This change is anticipated to begin on April 26th.

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