Conditions of Financial Aid Offer
Financial Aid Disclosures
Financial Aid Department reviewing the following information to ensure understanding of your aid offer as well as the requirements regarding aid types and maintaining financial aid eligibility.
- Student’s financial aid offers are generally based on full time enrollment. Notify the Financial Aid Department no later than quarterly lock date (last published date by the Registrar to withdraw from courses without incurring a "W") if you will be enrolled other than full time.
- Students are required to meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements while completing their degree or certificate programs.
- Students are subject to the Financial Aid Repayment Policy on disbursed aid if they withdraw from WWU or fail to complete any credits in a given term.
- Student’s financial aid may be limited or suspended based on Maximum Attempted Credits (MAC), Repeat Coursework, SAP status, Enrollment changes, or Lifetime Aid limits.
- Financial aid is limited to required coursework listed on the Official Degree Evaluation for program completion.
- Outside resources and funding must be reported to the WWU Financial Aid Department even if the funds are received directly. As a result, financial aid offers may be adjusted.
- Review important campus wide Disclosure of Consumer Information.
- Students are responsible for reviewing the Financial Aid website for application and eligibility information including but not limited to self-paced coursework, private student loans, requesting revisions to aid offers, completing verification, and rights and responsibilities.
Washington State Aid – Conditions of Award
By accepting state financial aid, you agree to the conditions listed below. If you have questions or find that you cannot comply with these conditions, please contact your institution’s financial aid office.
- You must meet the requirements for Washington State residency.
- You do not owe a repayment to any state grant or scholarship nor are you in default on a state student loan.
- You must be enrolled in an eligible program and not be pursuing a degree in theology.
- If you hold a bachelor’s degree or the foreign equivalent, you are not eligible to receive state grant funds.
- If you do not attend or if you withdraw from your classes, you may owe a repayment of all or part of any state funds you have received.
- You must maintain the academic progress standards established by your institution in order to receive additional state aid.
- There could be other circumstances that would require a repayment or reduction in your current award amounts.
- You must meet all eligibility requirements for the state aid program(s) awarded.
- The offer of this financial assistance is subject to, and conditioned upon, the availability of funds. Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC) and the institution through which the grant, scholarship, or work study is awarded, reserve the right to withdraw, reduce, or modify the awards due to funding limitations or due to changes in circumstances which affect your eligibility for the program(s).
- If I fail to cash my check containing state funds or pickup any remaining funds by the close of the academic year, the funds shall be returned to the program at WSAC and treated as funds declined by me.
The State of Washington is offering you financial assistance to help support your educational expenses. Please visit the WSAC website to receive more information about financial aid, scholarships, work study, and student loans.
You may choose to voluntarily make financial contributions to WSAC in recognition of the assistance that you received. All voluntary contributions will be used to provide financial assistance to other students. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.