Conditions Affecting Awards
Estimated awards are based solely on self-reported information on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and are subject to change pending the review of :
- Verified income information on the FAFSA using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool, which electronically transfers your/your parent (s) income information from the IRS. If you are not able to complete the IRS Data Retrieval Tool, you may need to request IRS Tax Return Transcripts online at www.irs.gov or by calling (800) 908-9946.
- Requested documentation
Housing & Enrollment Status
Awards are based on the housing status indicated on the Emmanuel College Application for Financial Aid and with the assumption that you will be full time. Your enrollment and housing statuses are verified after the add/drop periods of each semester. You must notify the Office of Student Financial Services if your enrollment or housing status is incorrect on your award letter as it may affect your financial aid.
Your financial aid award may change if you receive awards from sources outside of Emmanuel College, including private scholarships, tuition remission, ROTC or other aid, after you submitted your financial aid applications. It is the College's policy to reduce unmet financial need before reducing institutional grant aid or federal campus-based funds. You are responsible for providing documentation of outside awards and for ensuring the funds are sent to our office.
Satisfactory Academic Progress
To continue receiving financial aid, students must maintain satisfactory academic progress. Students must successfully complete 21 credits each year and maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 after their sophomore year in order to be eligible for financial assistance. Please refer to the Emmanuel College Academic Catalog for more information concerning satisfactory academic progress.
Withdrawal(s) and Leaves of Absence
If you officially withdraw before the first day of classes, you will not be charged tuition, housing, and fees, excluding non-refundable deposits.
If you officially withdraw on or after the first day of classes, your tuition and housing charges and Emmanuel aid will be adjusted based on the Emmanuel Withdrawal Policy.
Students receiving federal and state financial assistance who withdraw on or after the first day of classes will have their aid adjusted based on a percentage calculation determined by Federal Return to Title IV regulations, as defined in the Tuition and Payment Guide. If a student attends 60% or more of the semester and then withdraws, he or she will be eligible to retain all of their federal financial assistance.