Current undergraduate students as well as applicants who meet the requirements for undergraduate admission may be considered for financial assistance from the university. To receive financial assistance in any one semester, students must register for a minimum of nine credit hours per semester. University sponsored financial assistance is not available during the summer term. Students who drop to fewer than nine credit hours lose their financial assistance.
Financial assistance applications are submitted at the Student Finance Office. Students must demonstrate continuing need to remain eligible for financial assistance. They must also maintain a 2.0 grade point average and remain in good academic standing. Students must also complete the minimum number of hours from the previous semester in order to be considered for financial aid. Some scholarships require additional GPA standards. It is the student's responsibility to make sure that they understand any conditions of a scholarship.