How are financial aid refunds disbursed?

Your college or university will refund you any remaining financial aid money after using it to pay for tuition, room and board, and required fees. Remaining funds get disbursed to you as directed—a check or a deposit into your bank account.

How do you know how much your financial aid refund is?

Your FAFSA status can be found on the “My FAFSA” page, which displays immediately after you log in if you have already started or completed a FAFSA form. To check on the status of financial aid being disbursed to you or your account, check with the financial aid office at your college or career school.

Why haven’t I gotten my Pell Grant yet?

There are a number of reasons why a student’s financial aid may not have been disbursed to their account. They include but are not limited to the following: The student is not actively enrolled in at least one course (Federal Pell Grant disbursements). The student is not actively enrolled half-time.

How to get financial aid for Central Michigan University?

If you have any questions, please call CMU’s Scholarship & Financial Aid Office at 989-774-3674. ATTENTION: Returning Central Michigan University students who have previously borrowed a Federal Direct Loan while attending CMU do NOT need to complete another Master Promissory Note or loan counseling.

When do I get my CMU student loan?

Please start the process to receive your Federal Direct Student Loan before July 15th. If you have any questions, please call CMU’s Scholarship & Financial Aid Office at 989-774-3674.

How to apply for traditions at Central Michigan University?

To qualify for the CMU Traditions program, a student must: Be a degree-seeking freshman or transfer student. Be enrolled full-time (at least 12 credit hours or more each semester) at CMU’s main campus. Be a Michigan resident. Have a combined student and family adjusted gross income of $50,000.

How many scholarships can you get at Central Michigan University?

Students may receive two renewable merit scholarships. Students who are selected for more than two renewable scholarships may choose the awards of highest value. Estimated scholarships (e.g., outside agency) do not reduce the amount of tuition payable on October 1 and February 1.