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University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science
Student Financial Services is required to use a quantitative cumulative financial aid grade point average to determine financial aid eligibility. Students must pass all four core journalism courses to graduate: Reporting, Master’s Project, Computer Science Journalism Seminar and one Seminar Production course. Students must maintain at least a 2.0 cumulative financial aid grade point average to remain eligible for financial aid. Transfer credits and awards of advanced standing are not calculated in the graduate GPA. Financial aid decisions are based on the cumulative financial aid GPA at the time the person withdrew. If they successfully appeal an unsatisfactory financial SAP finding, they will be placed on financial aid probation.
Financial Aid Policies
The satisfactory academic progress policy is applied consistently to all students within each academic program whether graduate or full time or part time. Graduate students are eligible for financial aid through a period of attempted credits not to exceed 150% of the published length of their academic program. The formula that determines the amount of aid a student has earned is outlined in law. These students may have an adjustment reduction in their term or semester federal financial aid award according to calculations mandated by federal regulations and policy. The student will be notified in writing of their revised financial aid award based upon the calculation performed.
Satisfactory Academic Progress for Financial Aid
SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS STANDARDS FOR FINANCIAL AID RECIPIENTS Federal regulations require institutions to establish minimum standards of satisfactory academic progress for students receiving federal, state and or institutional financial aid. In determining satisfactory academic progress, all course work is considered, whether or not the student received financial aid at the time the work was completed. The length of a graduate program is based on the published length for each individual program in no case will the graduate student’s enrollment exceed the 150% point in time. Students must remain enrolled and attend classes through the 60% point of the semester to retain all the financial aid they have been awarded.
Billing Information Financial Resources
Any regularly-admitted student with a course load of 12 to 17 credit hours is subject to full-time tuition and fees for that entire semester. Full-time tuition and fees will be charged to all students identified as full time at the time of admission. Full-time students must have at least 12 credits to be considered for full financial aid purposes. A change to part-time status may impact their eligibility for financial assistance, on-campus housing and intercollegiate athletics. Pay their tuition on time or make proper arrangements to cover their bill. Financial holds are placed on student accounts that have a past due balance. Don’t ignore a hold notice or assume that financial aid will clear the hold for applicant.
Other Sources of Funding
Dudley House fellows organize intellectual, cultural, athletic, and social activities at Dudley House, the graduate student center.
Financial Aid Forms
2019-20 Supplemental Financial Aid Form (required for MS, PhD and Graduate Certificate students, and part-time undergrad students only).
Tuition is payable by check, MasterCard, and Visa and is due in full at the time of registration. Financial aid may not be available to students in certificate programs. Admissions decisions are made independent of need for financial aid. This Act requires colleges and universities disbursing financial aid to provide students and potential students with information the graduation completion rates of their students enrolled in degree or certificate programs.
Cost of Attendance — Hunter College
Mandatory Graduate Fees Fees are charged each semester a student is enrolled.
Cost of attendance for financial aid purposes
PLEASE Full-time enrollment requirements for students receiving federal financial aid are defined as12or credit hours per term for students, and9or credit hours per term for graduate students.
Tuition Financial Aid
In fact, nearly all students are eligible for some form of financial assistance. The program fee is $215 per term for each full-time student in both and graduate on campus, blended, and hybrid programs.