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- Financial Aid Process
- Scholarships and Waivers
- Types of Aid
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The OSU Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid is here to help students and their families finance their educational dreams. More than 80 percent of the students who attend OSU receive some form of financial assistance; OSU students received more than $320 million during the most recent award year.
We know that the financial and academic concerns of students often overlap and we encourage students to talk with both their academic advisor and staff in the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid as they make decisions regarding their enrollment plans. This page is designed to give academic advisors the financial aid information often used when helping their students.
- Approval of Tulsa Community College (TCC) or Northern Oklahoma College (NOC-Stillwater) Coursework that applies to a student's OSU Degree for periods of enrollment starting Fall 2016 will be completed in Banner. Under Advising Resources in your Banner portal, there is a link to input NOC/TCC Approved Transfer Courses.
- Academic Progress Requirements for Continued Aid Eligibility (SAP)
Students must meet certain academic requirements to maintain eligibility for federal and state grants, work-study, loans and scholarships.
- Repeated Coursework
Federal regulations impact your eligibility receive financial aid (federal and state) for repeated coursework. This policy applies to Undergraduate Students only.
- Double Majors/Dual Degrees
Federal regulations impact your eligibility receive financial aid (federal and state) once you have completed the courses required for your first major/degree. This policy applies to Undergraduate Students only.
- Academic Minors
Federal regulations impact your eligibility receive financial aid (federal and state) for courses that count toward a minor, once you have completed the courses required for your major/degree.
- Withdrawal / Failure to Attend All Classes
If you withdraw from all classes, financial aid eligibility will be recalculated based on the number of days you were enrolled. You may be required to return funds to the OSU Bursar's Office. If your aid has not been disbursed, you may be eligible to receive a portion of the aid you have accepted.
- Adjustments to Financial Aid
There are a variety of circumstances that may require an adjustment to a student’s financial aid award. Students should understand how dropping and adding courses, receiving other aid, or corrections on their FAFSA will impact their aid.
- Guide to Scholarships
This guide includes general scholarships and those awarded by academic colleges for students currently attending Oklahoma State University.