Maintaining Financial Aid Eligibility

Maintaining Eligibility

In order to continue receiving financial aid each semester, you must meet all eligibility criteria. Please see the different circumstances below that may affect your eligibility.

Course program of study (CPOS)

Federal aid will only pay for courses on your degree audit and necessary to earn the total hours required for your degree.

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repeat courses

The number of times you repeat a course to receive a better grade may affect your eligibility for federal aid.

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Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

SAP standards apply to all students seeking federal Title IV financial aid, regardless of whether a student has received Title IV financial aid in the past. 

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The amount of Federal Pell Grant funds a student may receive over their lifetime is limited by federal law to be the equivalent of six years of Pell Grant funding.

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Millersville University is required by the Department of Education to verify whether or not academic credit was received at each institution you were enrolled during the past few years.

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The federal Aggregate Lifetime Loan Limit puts a cap on the total amount of subsidized and/or unsubsidized loans that you may borrow for undergraduate and graduate study. If you are nearing your limits, Millersville is required to complete a...

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