Keeping Your Aid


Keep your financial aid intact by following these few, simple rules:

1) Complete your degree in a timely and successful manner - the Department of Education calls this maintaining satisfactory academic progress (pdf).

2) If you have financial aid from the State of Kansas, submit your FAFSA by April 1 of each calendar year.

3) If you receive the Federal TEACH grant, you must continue working toward a degree in a qualified TEACH field, maintain at least a 3.25 cumulative GPA, and renew your annual Agreement to Serve.

4) "Just say NO" to possessing or selling drugs (pdf).


Your federal loan and grant may experience a change if the following happens:

1) You alter your enrollment from previously agreed upon plans.  If you are planning a change, we strongly recommend that you contact the financial aid office for information.

2) You have reached your annual or aggregate loan limits.


Your main campus, institutional scholarships may experience a reduction if the following happens:

1) You submit your FAFSA past the April 1 priority deadline.

2) You move off-campus (pdf).

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