Eligible Citizen Status
Eligible U.S. Citizenship Status
The Office of Student Services gives full financial aid consideration to United States citizens and eligible non-citizens. Eligible non-citizens are:
- Permanent U.S. residents
- Holder of an Arrival Departure Record (I-94) for anyone of the following designations:
- Asylum Granted
- Victim of Human Trafficking
Eligible non-citizens must provide documentation of permanent residency or citizenship status. Acceptable forms of documentation include:
- Resident Alien Card (I-551)
- Arrival/Departure Record (I-94) with a temporary I-551 stamp that has not expired
- Conditional Permanent Resident Alien Card (I-551C)
- T-Visa (T-1, T-2, T-3, etc)
Important Information for Students with a Pending United States Permanent Residency Status:
- Must document permanent residency by the admission deposit deadline. If you will not be able to document permanent residency status, you are not eligible for financial aid.
- If granted permanent residency later in the academic year, you will be considered for financial aid at that time. Be sure to submit a complete financial aid application.
- Must document permanent residency with financial aid application.
- If documentation comes in after the start of the academic year, you will be considered for financial aid at that time.