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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.
Located in Eligibility
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.
Located in Eligibility
Eligibility
Student Rights and Responsibilities
Make sure you are familiar with all of your student rights and responsibilities.
Located in Eligibility
Financing Strategies for Your Education
Financial aid typically covers only a portion of your educational costs and for the majority of Penn State students, these costs must be paid by the family using a combination of financing strategies.
Located in Money Manager
Step-by-Step Instructions: How to View Your Award Summary and Estimated Financial Aid Budget
Learn about the student financial aid (loans, grants, work-study, and scholarships) for which you qualify.
Located in Aid Notification / How to View Your Award Summary and Estimated Financial Aid Budget
Federal Work-Study
Federal Work-Study allows you to earn money to help cover non-billable educational expenses by working within your college or campus, University office, or at an off-campus, nonprofit organization. Positions are available at every Penn State campus.
Located in Types of Aid / Employment
How to Apply for Financial Aid
Your guide to applying for financial aid, including things you need to know, resources, and assistance with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
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.
Located in Eligibility