Student Financial Services
Student Financial Services


Financial Aid: Managing Your Financial Aid

How Your Financial Aid Was Determined
Revisions to Your Offer of Financial Assistance
Changes in Enrollment
Enrollment as an Undergraduate Student
Enrollment as a Post-Baccalaureate/Graduate Student
Verification Requirements
GPA/Credit Requirements for Maintaining Eligibility
State of Washington Eligibility Requirements


State of Washington Eligibility Requirements

State Need Grant* To remain eligible for this grant, you must complete at least six credits each quarter. If you do not complete six credits, you will not be eligible to receive the grant for the following quarter. Additionally, if you do not complete the minimum credits required for your enrollment status (i.e., 12 credits for full-time, nine credits for three-quarter time, or six credits for half-time), you will be placed on probation for one quarter. During probation, you must complete the minimum number of credits you attempt for your enrollment status or you will not be eligible to receive a State Need Grant the following quarter.

State Work Study* To remain eligible, you must complete at least six credits each quarter. If you do not complete six credits, you will not be eligible to receive work study the following quarter. If you do not complete the minimum credits required for your enrollment status (i.e., 12 credits for full-time, nine credits for three-quarter time, or six credits for half-time), you will be placed on probation. During probation you must complete the minimum number of credits for your enrollment status or you will not be eligible to receive work study the following quarter.

The College Bound Scholarship* To be eligible, 7th and 8th grade students whose families qualify as low-income, sign a pledge by June 30 of their 8th grade year. Students promise to graduate from high school, demonstrate good citizenship, and seek admission to a college or university. Family income and college admission status will be re-checked or confirmed after the student graduates from high school.

 

*These resources are only available to undergraduate students.



Last Updated: 3/5/2014


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