FINANCIAL AID POLICIES
There are a variety of circumstances that may require an adjustment to your financial aid award. You should understand how dropping and adding courses, receiving other aid, or corrections on their FAFSA will impact your aid.
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.
You must meet certain academic requirements to maintain eligibility for federal and state grants, work-study, loans and scholarships.
Federal regulations impact your eligibility receive financial aid (federal and state) for repeated coursework. This policy applies to Undergraduate Students only.
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.
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.
You should carefully read this information before accepting any financial aid funds awarded to you.
As a recipient of financial assistance offered to you by Oklahoma State University, you are responsible for being aware of, and abiding by, the terms and conditions of the awards. By accepting your award(s), you agree that you have read, understood, and agree to the following important information/policy statements.
The Office of Scholarship and Financial Aid has established a set of principles and policies to govern educational lending practices for undergraduate, graduate and professional students. Our staff will follow this Code of Conduct to ensure the integrity of the student loan process.
Students who receive any form of financial aid, have certain rights and responsibilities.
OSU has partnered with the Department of Education to explore ways in which we can streamline the financial aid process for families while maintaining the integrity of the federal student aid programs.
In accordance with federal regulations set forth under The Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, consumer information must be made available to all students.