Summer 2023 is considered part of the 2022-2023 academic year for financial aid purposes.

We must have your 2022-2023 FAFSA processed to consider you for summer aid. Students must be registered at least half-time (minimum 6 credits for Undergraduate, Law, Dental, and Health Sciences Graduate Programs; minimum 4 credits for Graduate) to qualify for most federal aid.

The Office of Student Financial Aid will offer Title IV aid to all eligible students enrolled at least half time over the summer semester.

Once you are registered for classes and your 2022-2023 FAFSA has been reviewed, you will receive an email notification at your eMarq account regarding the results of our review.

What type of aid am I eligible to receive?

  • Federal Direct Loans are offered to eligible students. Your offer amount for fall, spring and summer may not exceed your annual limit
  • Federal Pell Grants are offered to eligible students:
    • Who are enrolled half-time (6 credits) or more in summer
    • Who are enrolled less than half-time (5 or less) in the summer if they were enrolled less than full-time (12 or less) during fall and spring
  • Federal Parent PLUS Loans are available to credit-worthy parents of dependent Undergraduate students. For more information and to apply visit:
  • Federal Graduate PLUS Loans are available to credit-worthy Graduate, Law, Dental or Health Sciences Graduate Programs students. For more information and to apply visit:
  • Alternative Loans are available to credit-worthy borrowers.

Forms to download

The financial aid process can sometimes require additional forms, applications or worksheets. All additional forms, applications or worksheets that a student might need or want for summer can be found below.

The Step-by-Step Guide to Applying for Financial Aid Online will help you navigate through the electronic financial aid process.