Dropping a Class or Withdrawing from University
Dropping classes can significantly affect your financial aid eligibility. Therefore it is important to contact the financial aid office BEFORE dropping or withdrawing from classes.
Federal or state drug convictions can disqualify a student from receiving Federal Title IV funds (Pell Grant, FSEOG, TEACH, Work-Study, Direct Loans, Perkins Loan, and Plus Loans).
FAFSA Verification – What is it? What do I need to do?
Verification is the process the Department of Education uses to verify information on the FAFSA is accurate and complete.
Fee Reduction for PRAXIS and GRE tests
If you are considering a graduate program, you may be able to receive a waiver on your graduate admissions exams, like the GRE and PRAXIS.
Financial Aid Checklist
Financial Aid for Summer Session
Students are awarded summer financial aid based off of remaining eligibility from the previous fall and spring semesters.
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
All students at MUW must make satisfactory academic progress toward completion of a degree program in order to receive financial aid.
Most MUW scholarships and awards are for a period of one academic year (fall and spring only). However, some can be renewed for three additional academic years, or until graduation, whichever occurs first.
Special Financial Circumstances
Changes in your financial status should be reported to the Financial Aid Office. Even though you are instructed to report actual prior year tax income, changes that have taken place recently need to be brought to the attention of a financial aid counselor.