Spring Semester Financial Aid and Student Accounts
If you studied remotely during the fall semester, but have been approved to switch to on-campus study for the spring semester, you should email the Office of Student Financial Aid at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire how your aid will be adjusted.
If you are currently living on-campus but plan to move home and study remotely during the spring semester, you should email the Office of Student Financial Aid at email@example.com to inquire how your aid will be adjusted.
The cost of attendance for those students studying remotely is less than for those studying on-campus, reflecting lower housing and meal costs than those incurred for living on campus. However, your eligibility for need-based assistance is based upon the following formula: Cost of Attendance minus Expected Family Contribution = Demonstrated Need. What your family is expected to pay does not change based upon which method of learning you will choose.
student hardship support
The COVID-19 Student Hardship Relief Fund is available for students who need technology to support online learning.
Due to the disruption that the COVID-19 virus has had on our students, there is a tremendous financial need to provide emergency assistance to undergraduate, graduate and professional students with demonstrated financial need. There is a $500 limit per student in this Hardship Fund.
The application is available on the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships website.