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What is/isn't on the December Billing Statement and How to Get Updated Information
Your December billing statement reflects the 2017 spring anticipated aid information at the time of billing.
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Why is my student aid not on my bill?
Student aid will be disbursed beginning Friday, August 12 for all aid that has been approved for disbursement as anticipated aid on the semester bill.
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How to Apply (and More) for a PLUS Loan
Everything parents and graduate students need to know about applying for the Parent and Graduate PLUS Loans.
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Questions about the Bill, Refund, & Installment Payment Plan
Where to get information about these items.
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Eligibility
Federal and Penn State Financial Aid Eligibility Requirements
To receive and retain student financial aid, including all types of federal loans, undergraduate, graduate, and professional students must meet certain eligibility requirements.
Expected Family Contribution (EFC) and Financial Need Explained
A short explanation of the relationships between your Expected Family Contribution, financial need, and Cost of Attendance.
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Penn State's Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy
Penn State's SAP Policy outlines the federal regulations we must follow to monitor student progression toward completion of degree and certificate programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree levels.
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How Withdrawing from School Affects Your Financial Aid
Federal student aid award is based on the percentage of time you are enrolled for the semester. Depending on when you withdraw, your student aid will be adjusted.
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Understanding the Consequences of an "F" grade
Student financial aid recipients who receive one or more "F" grades resulting from absence, may have their aid adjusted.
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