The value of your Pell amount for the summer of 2013, will be based on the credit hours you are enrolled in as of the end of the day on May 18, 2013.
If you are enrolled for Summer I only, the value of your Pell will be based on your enrollment as of May 18. If you add classes for Summer I after May 18, your Pell will not be increased.
If you are enrolled for Summer I and II, and add classes after May 18, your Pell will be based on your enrollment as of May 18 for both summer terms. Therefore, you should be sure to complete your registration prior to May 18 for both summer sessions.
If you are enrolled in Summer II only
, the value of your Pell will be based on the credit hours as of the date of your initial enrollment for Summer Term II.
Reasons why Pell may be decreased for the Summer 2013 (if eligible)
- Rules for unofficial withdrawals are in place. If you do not complete your course(s) due to non-attendance, your Pell may be reduced.
- If you register, then drop classes prior to the beginning of Session I or Session II, your Pell will be adjusted to match your enrollment.
- Return of Federal Title IV Funds Policy (R2T4) applies. If you completely withdraw and you do not “earn” the awarded federal financial aid, you may owe a refund to the Pell program. Please see the tab "Withdrawal Info" on the page "Am I Eligible for Federal Aid?".