Graduate degree seeking students are eligible for federal aid and continued deferment of existing federal loans if they are registered in at least 4.5+ credit hours (half-time).
一道本不卡免费高清Students who have a special full-time status cost of attendance will have their tuition adjusted to reflect actual tuition costs. This adjustment will be made after the add/drop deadline and may result in decreased loan eligibility. Students who are forced-to-full time are identified by their department and reported to the Office of the Registrar. The Office of Financial Aid uses the registrar's report to approve all students and adjust financial aid accounts accordingly. This status is not updated until after add/drop.
International students are enrolled in less than the full-time status must apply for full-time equivalency with the International Center here一道本不卡免费高清 to remain in compliance with SEVIS requirements. International students who meet the International Center's criteria for full-time equivalency are reported as such by the International Center and do not have their actual student enrollment status adjusted on their academic record.
Graduate students registered for less than 4.5 credit hours are only eligible for private loans up to the cost of tuition, fees, and approved education/living expenses. Graduate students who have already utilized a portion of their student loan grace period may see their loans enter the repayment period shortly after the start of the semester in which they are enrolled in fewer than 4.5 credit hours. Co-op courses do not count toward enrollment for the purposes of receiving financial aid. Graduate students enrolled in less than half-time status can file for a forbearance to extend their deferment with their loan servicer. Loan servicer information can be found on .