Your academic performance can affect your aid eligibility. As part of the terms and conditions of receiving financial aid, you have an obligation to fulfill the requirements of each award so that you make satisfactory academic progress toward your degree.
Receipt of Other Financial Assistance
Federal regulations require our office to consider all estimated financial aid in determining your eligibility for federal student aid. It is your responsibility to notify us of any financial aid that you receive from other sources not provided through the FAFSA. If you receive additional assistance after our initial assessment of your award package, your aid may be adjusted. Our office will notify you by email and letter that an adjustment has been made. If further action is needed, this information will be disclosed in the letter.
Other financial assistance includes but is not limited to:
- university scholarships
- non-university scholarships
- tuition reductions
The Office of South Carolina Residency determines if you are an in-state student or an out-of-state student. Sometimes, updates to residency occur based on information provided to their office. Any change in residency can affect your tuition and financial aid. If your residency status updates after we have determined your eligibility for aid, your awards will likely be adjusted to reflect the updated fee assessment. Our office will notify you by email and letter that an adjustment has been made to your awards.