Residency Status Change For Veterans
Certain qualifying out-of-state veterans and their dependents are charged in-state tuition instead of out-of-state tuition. Students or dependents who qualify for this benefit will have their Cost of Attendance Budget and Financial Aid Package updated upon notification from the UConn Veterans Affairs office.
Satisfactory Academic Progress
The University of Connecticut is required via federal regulation to establish a reasonable satisfactory academic progress (SAP) policy to determine whether an otherwise eligible student is making SAP in his or her educational program.
Financial Aid Programs Governed by the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy
Students who are found to be in violation of the parameters set forth by the SAP policy are ineligible to receive the following forms of federal, state, and institutional financial aid:
- Federal Pell Grant
- Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)
- Federal Work-Study(FWS)
- Federal Perkins Loan
- Federal Direct Stafford Loan
- Federal Direct PLUS Loan
- Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan
- University grant programs
- State grant programs
- Certain alternative loans (see each lender’s website for more details)
These guidelines do not apply to private scholarships, tuition waivers, some University departmental scholarships, or student labor earnings. Merit Scholarships have their own set of academic standards.
A full description of the SAP policy can be found at http://financialaid.uconn.edu/sap/
The Office of Student Financial Aid Services (OSFAS) is required to monitor grades in order to ensure that recipients of federal student aid complete the credits for which their aid was awarded.Students who do not earn any credits in a given semester are required to demonstrate academic engagement by verifying their participation in an academically-related activity at the university.
Students may demonstrate participation in an academically-related activity by submitting documentation from at least one course taken (in the semester in which credits were not earned).
A full description of the Academic Engagement Policy can be found: http://financialaid.uconn.edu/academic-engagement/