Newsletter for: April, May, & June


It's that time again; time to file your 2019-2020 FAFSA!

Starting October 1, 2018 the Department of Education's FAFSA website will be ready for students to complete the 2019-2020 FAFSA.  Items needed to complete the FAFSA application include:

  • Social Security Number
  • Driver's License Number
  • 2017 W2 Forms
  • 2017 Federal Income Tax Return
  • FSA ID

If you are a dependent student you will also need your parent's 2017 financial information (2017 W-2 forms and federal income tax return).

Considering Summer School?

Students may be eligible to receive financial assistance for summer classes.  Eligibility for summer aid is based on several factors:

  • the number of hours the student is enrolled in
  • the length of classes in weeks
  • loan eligibility

A summer application must be complete with an attach class schedule and returned to the Financial Aid Office to be reviewed for summer aid.  The application will become available April 1 on the website.

For more information about summer financial assistance please contact 620-235-4244.

Exit Counseling

All Direct Loan, Nursing Loan, and TEACH Grant borrowers and recipients are required to complete an Exit Counseling once they complete their degree or withdraw from school.  This process is important because it allows the lender to have the borrower's current contact information.  The Direct Loan Exit Counseling and TEACH Grant Exit Counseling are complete at studentloans.gov   Nursing Loan Exit Counseling is completed through the Cashier's Office. 

Important Dates


 

Important Dates  

April 5 -   Final day to drop course unless withdrawing for term.

April 7 -   Early Enrollment (4/7- 4/12)

April 25-  Last day to withdraw

May 6-     Finals week through (May 10)

May 10 & 11-  Commencement

June 3- June summer session classwork starts

June 4-   Tuition and Fees Due by 3:30 p.m..

June 10- Last day for one-half tuition and fee refund for June session