In order to establish and retain eligibility in subsequent semesters or years you must meet specific requirements that may vary based on the source and type of aid received.  The links below share eligibility criteria regarding enrollment status, satisfactory academic progress, maximum gift aid, consequences of withdrawing, refunds, and penalties for drug convictions.  All can affect your eligibility for aid.

University and state grants along with university scholarships are offered for a maximum of four years (8 semesters) of full-time enrollment to eligible students who enter as a freshman and up to a maximum of three years (6 semesters) of full-time enrollment to eligible students who enter as a transfer.  Exceptions: graduating seniors in a final semester of a program and students with approved modified status through the Office of Student Disability Services

Federal direct student loans require the student enroll at least half-time in a degree seeking program. 

 Enrollment and Degree Verification, including Academic load details provided by the Registrar office.