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Non Degree Students
Typically you are not eligible for financial aid as a non-degree student. However, to qualify for federal loans to help pay for preparatory coursework we offer the following recommendations and requirements:
- You are limited to federal loans and private loans.
- You must enroll in a minimum of 6 hours each semester you are receiving federal aid.
- Eligibility is limited to a maximum of 12 consecutive months.
- Enrolling in Independent Learning self paced courses (telecom or correspondence) is NOT recommended.
How to Apply
|Step 1||Meet with an advisor in the Office of Admission to have the Admissions Counseling Form completed.|
|Step 2||Bring the Admissions Counseling Form with you to meet with a CE Academic Advisor. The CE Advisor will complete the Continuing Education Course Certification Form to certify that you are indeed taking preparatory courses for an undergraduate program.|
|Step 3||You will need to complete the Contract for Non-Degree Aid and submit all forms to the CE financial aid counselor.|
|Step 4||The CE financial aid counselor will determine if you are eligible for federal loans.|