Summer Financial Aid
The Summer Financial Aid Application
In order to participate in student aid programs, the student must be enrolled as a regular student in an eligible program for the purpose of obtaining a degree from Winona State University. Application for summer financial aid consists of a WSU Summer Financial Aid Application, a complete 2018-2019 FAFSA and any other required supporting documents. Complete this application prior to May 1 for timely processing of your summer award.
*Reminder: Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress must be met after spring semester for financial aid to disburse for summer.
Summer Financial Aid Disbursement Date is May 24, 2019.
Summer Pell Grant
Federal Pell Grant may be available to undergraduate students, depending on their financial aid awards for the Fall (2018) and Spring (2019) terms and their enrollment for the Summer (2019) term.
Students can be eligible for summer Pell Grant (or year-round Pell) one of two possible ways.
studentis regularly Pell eligible and was enrolled full-time in both the Fall (2018) and Spring (2019) semesters, the student must be enrolled at least half-time (6 or more credits) for the Summer (2019) term to possibly receive Summer Pell.
studentis regularly Pell eligible and was not enrolled full-time in either Fall (2018) and/or Spring (2019) terms, student could possibly be eligible for Summer Pell at any credit level for Summer (2019).
Registration Requirements for Financial Aid Disbursement
Your summer financial aid award is based on the number of credits that you stated you were registering for on your summer financial aid application. New this year, the Financial Aid Office is asking how many credits you are taking during each of the summer enrollment periods. Your financial aid budget will be based on the number of weeks you are enrolled in classes. Your housing, transportation
If your plans for enrollment change, please inform our office so that necessary adjustments can be made. Financial aid applicants are strongly encouraged to meet the registration deadlines so that timely disbursements can be arranged. Federal Direct loan funds can only be held for three days, you must notify the Financial Aid Office if you will be late registering so that your loan funds are not returned and your loan
You must be at least
Financial aid, as it becomes available, is applied to your bill. Once your bill is paid, any aid remaining will be
Taking classes at a different school?
If you will be attending another college this summer semester you will need to complete a consortium agreement.
Complete a Consortium Agreement if you are attending a school within the Minnesota State system.
Complete a Consortium Agreement (PDF) if you are attending a school that is not part of the Minnesota State system.
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