Freeze Date and Financial Aid Eligibility
In accordance with federal regulations, the Office of Financial Aid will recalculate Federal and State aid based on the enrollment status as of the freeze date set by the college. The freeze date is the point at which your enrollment is locked for financial aid purposes.
If a student registers at the beginning of the semester and then drops classes before the financial aid freeze date, the student’s financial aid will be revised to match their eligibility based on the number of credits hours enrolled in at the close of business on the Freeze Date.
Currently enrolled students before the freeze date per semester:
· If a student adds credit hours after the Freeze Date those credits cannot be used to increase financial aid eligibility.
First-time students after the freeze date per semester:
·Students enrolling for the first time after the Freeze Date. Financial aid eligibility will be based on initial enrollment.