Do you know about the Minnesota Dream Act? The Minnesota Office of Higher Education will determine who is eligible to benefit from the Dream Act. Applying by October 1, 2014 affords you the best financial aid opportunities for fall 2014 semester. Please contact One Stop Student Services if you have any questions, or apply for the MN Dream Act here.
After you've accepted a loan on your eFAAN, email One Stop Student Services if you want to make an adjustment to the loan. Because the amount offered on your eFAAN is usually your maximum loan eligibility, you can only increase your loan amount in specific situations. Review your Financial Aid Status to see your currently scheduled loan amounts, and contact One Stop with any questions about adjusting loans.
If you have received a Minnesota State Grant in previous terms and think you may be eligible for fall 2014, your 2014-15 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be received by the federal processor by Wednesday, October 1. Please contact One Stop Student Services if you have any questions.
Thinking about canceling a course? Be sure you know the consequences. Talk to your adviser and review One Stop's list of cancel/add and refund deadlines.
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