Failure to report additional sources of financial assistance may result in repayment of part or all aid received for the payment period for the academic year.
Example 1: A student receives a scholarship check directly from a donor or organization. The check is made out to the student only. The student is required to notify the Financial Aid office of the amount and semester covered. The award is included in the total award package and coordinated with federal, state, institutional and other private financial aid programs.
Example 2: A student's employer participates in a tuition reimbursement program. This means a student may be responsible to pay for tuition and fees at the time of registration; however, once a final grade is turned into the employer, the student is reimbursed for out-of-pocket costs. This benefit must be reported to the Financial Aid office and coordinated with federal, state, institutional and other private financial aid programs.