Check your Financial Aid status online at Central Pipeline for students
Did you know financial aid is available during the summer term? If you are planning to attend Summer Session and would like to be considered for summer aid, complete the 2013 Summer Aid Request Form and submit it to the Financial Aid Office (Memorial Hall Room 103) by July 3, 2013.
If you receive financial aid for the summer period and then decide to withdraw from the University or drop credits, you may be required to repay all or part of the financial aid received.
If you have questions, contact the Financial Aid Office.
Eligibility for Summer 2013
Start by completing the 2013 Summer Aid Request Form and submitting it to the Financial Aid Office. The filing deadline for this form is Friday, July 3, 2013.
Summer 2013 is the last term of our 2012-2013 academic year. Funding is not guaranteed.
The number of summer credits will impact your aid eligibility. Must be enrolled for 6 credit hours.
The Federal Direct Loan Program has annual limits on the amount a student can receive during an academic year. A full-time student may have exhausted program eligibility during the fall and spring semesters.
Failure to meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements for financial aid recipients will impact summer eligibility.
A student who has completed his or her graduation requirements and graduated as of May, 2012, is not eligible to receive financial aid.
Awarding of Summer Aid for Summer 2013
To view summer financial aid awards, please access Central Pipeline for Students.
Be sure to have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file for 2012-2013. Be sure to list our school code as 001378 so that CCSU will receive your processed information electronically and automatically.
University Grants will not be offered in summer to assist with the payment of tuition fees.
Summer Pell Grant is any amount of remaining eligibility from the current school year 2012-2013.
Students who have been awarded summer aid sufficient to cover their tuition fees will not be required to pay to prevent their classes from being dropped.
- All offers of summer financial aid are contingent on students completing courses for the current semester. We will review grades at the end of the semester and if you did not meet the requirements of our Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy, you will not be considered for summer funding and will be required to pay your summer tuition and registration fees.
Notifications of summer financial aid eligibility and financial aid award is sent by email to your CCSU email address.
Payment of Summer Tuition and Registration Fees
The student is responsible for paying out-of-pocket if any financial aid has not been completed and credited to the student’s account. Students who have been awarded summer aid sufficient to cover their tuition and fees will not be required to pay to prevent their classes from being dropped.
Financial Aid Refunds
Summer 2013 financial aid refund direct deposits and checks will begin to be mailed to your mailing address by the Bursar’s Office after financial aid has disbursed by the end of July. The direct deposit and check will be the balance after payment of any outstanding University obligations (e.g., tuition, registration fees, and housing charges (if applicable). If you meet all of the following conditions, a check should be mailed to your mailing address.
do not have any university holds.
are not conditionally admitted to CCSU.
Please Note: If you have decided to borrow a Federal Direct Loan and are not enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits (undergraduate) or 6 credits (graduate) during Session I, your loan disbursement will be delayed until the start of Session II.
Your eligibility for financial aid disbursement depends on your enrollment status as of the last day to add classes for each summer session. Your original summer financial aid award will be adjusted if you drop to less than 6 credits.
Reminder: If you receive a direct deposit or check and then decide to withdraw from the University or drop credits, you will be required to repay all or part of the financial aid received.