|April 11th||Priority Deadline for Submitting Online Request for Summer Financial Aid – in order to ensure processing in time for disbursement on the first day of classes (must be registered, have valid FAFSA, etc.)|
|May 12th||Last Day to submit a Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal for Summer Financial Aid|
|Add/Drop Dates||Click Here to Review Add/Drop Dates for various Summer Session Dates|
|June 30th||Last Day to Complete the 2013-2014 FAFSA for Summer 2014 aid|
|July 31st||Final Day to complete online Request for Summer Financial Aid and to submit Non-Degree Student Aid Applications, Summer PLUS Loan Applications, and Adjustment Requests for Summer Financial Aid|
|DATE||WHO CAN REGISTER|
|Tuesday, March 25||Professionals, Graduates, Disabilities, Honors Sr. and L3|
|Wednesday, March 26||Honors Jr. and L2|
|Thursday, March 27||Honors So. and L1|
|Friday, March 28||Honors Fr.|
|Monday, March 31||Seniors|
|Wednesday, April 2||Juniors|
|Friday, April 4||Sophomores|
|Monday, April 7||Freshmen|
Students requesting federal loans must be registered at least half-time (Undergraduate level students need to be enrolled for at least 6 credit hours and Graduate and Professional level students need to be enrolled for at least 3 credit hours to be considered for federal loans)
Students seeking Summer aid must have a valid FAFSA on file with our office and all necessary requirements complete.
Allow at least two weeks for processing from the date of your Request for Summer Financial Aid if you are properly registered and have a valid FAFSA on file in our office.
Disbursement of Summer financial aid will not occur until the start of the class that represents the minimum course load requirement. EXAMPLE: an Undergraduate who takes a 3 hour class which starts on May 21st and takes another 3 hour class which starts on July 2nd will not receive a disbursement of loan funds until July 2nd. Your disbursement date will depend upon your start date for the minimum course load required for your type of aid. (Verification of enrollment at the end of add/drop may need to be completed prior to disbursement of aid for some students)
Students applying for Federal Direct “Stafford” Student Loans (subsidized and unsubsidized) for Summer may only borrow the remaining portion of their annual eligibility for 2013-2014 (check STAR to see what you have used and compare with the annual eligibility chart below:
|Annual Eligibility Maximum|
|Check Your STAR Account at star.wvu.edu to see if you have already borrowed the annual limit for federal student loans|
|Freshman 0-28 hrs||$5,500||$9,500|
|Sophomore 29-58 hrs||$6,500||$10,500|
|Junior/Senior 59+ hrs||$7,500||$12,500|
|*Your FAFSA answers determine your status as Dependent or Independent for federal financial aid eligibility purposes.|
The Perkins Loan is a long-term, low-interest subsidized loan awarded by WVU. It has a fixed 5% interest rate, and a nine-month grace period between the time you graduate or leave school and the time you begin repayment. Students who accept this loan must complete a promissory note at https://www.ecsi.net/prom31/ using their student FAFSA PIN number.
PLEASE NOTE: Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants, and West Virginia HEAPS Grants are not available for Summer 2014.
To learn more about the specific requirements and options for financial assistance contact the Financial Aid Office located on the 2nd Floor of the Mountainlair. You can call our office at (304) 293-5242. Financial aid questions can also be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.