Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy to Maintain Financial Aid Eligibility
While financing a college education is primarily the responsibility of the student and parents, Financial Aid is intended to supplement those resources. The North Central Financial Aid Office is committed to helping students obtain the maximum amount of financial aid available to help them accomplish their educational goals.
It is to your benefit to begin the process of applying for financial aid as soon as you begin the admissions process. For students entering college in the fall, the FAFSA may be filed after January 1st of that same year. Often there are additional forms to complete in order to qualify for grants and loans. The earlier you submit this paperwork, the greater the chances are of receiving financial aid from programs with limited funding.
Note: North Central University reserves the right to make exception to policies indicated in order to maintain compliance with current state and federal regulations.
ContactOur office is located on the first floor of Miller Hall (Across the hall from the Registrar's Office) at the north end of the building
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Works with Federal Student Loan borrowers to informally resolve loan disputes and problems.
Contains records of Federal Aid that a student has received in the past.