• Maintain your eleigibility for Financial Aid and complete your degree with Hodges University.
  • Maintain Your Eligibility for Financial Aid


    The steps to registering for the next semester are outlined as follows:

    FAFSA Renewal

    Once you have filed your federal tax return, using your FSA ID, go to: www.fafsa.gov to complete your renewal FAFSA. Utilizing the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (if given the option), you can import and link tax information directly from the IRS. If you need help completing your renewal FAFSA, stop by the Office of Student Financial Aid for assistance. After completing your FAFSA, if your application was selected for verification, you will receive a notification from the Office of Student Financial Aid.

    FAFSA Verification

    The Office of Student Financial Aid will receive an electronic record of your information once you have completed your FAFSA. The office will review your FAFSA to determine whether or not it was selected for a process called verification. If selected, the Office of Student Financial Aid will contact you to determine what information and/or documentation is needed in order to complete the verification process. This includes a completed Verification Worksheet, which is available on our website, and signed copies of federal tax returns for you, your parents (if you are dependent) and your spouse (if you are married). Additional documents may be requested by the Office of Student Financial Aid. If inaccuracies are found in the review process, your FAFSA will be reprocessed with the correct information.

    To maintain eligibility for financial aid, there are numerous policies that students must adhere to:  

    Financial Literacy

    Federal Direct Student Loans help cover educational costs. Hodges University awards student loans after eligibility for grants, scholarships and Federal Work-Study (FWS) is considered. The University participates in the Federal Direct Student Loan Program. Direct loan disbursements are funded directly through the U.S. Department of Education. Student loans must be repaid and a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is required for all Federal Direct Student Loan programs. The university reminds students to limit the amount of debt by borrowing wisely and manage student loans to plan for repayment. Financial literacy programs are essential to borrowing student loans responsibly and avoiding default.

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