Don't forget to file your 2013-14 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)!
Students who are enrolled in a program where they take all of their courses on-line are eligible to use federal financial aid (PELL grants, Federal Work Study, Federal Direct Student Loans, Federal Direct PLUS Loans, Federal Perkins Loan and Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loans) for which they qualify as per the FAFSA.
Any student who is taking more than 50% of her or his courses on-line in a single semester, and any student who is enrolled in a program that is delivered on-line or predominately on-line, is not eligible to use a PHEAA state grant for which s/he might otherwise qualify.
A special scholarship for Clarion University Virtual Campus students enrolled in the Online BS in Liberal Studies Program has been established by Dr. Arthur J. Acton. Click here to apply. For more information on qualifications, contact email@example.com, or call 866-272-5612.
On-line and Virtual Campus students are subject to the same financial aid regulations and conditions as any student taking courses on campus, including the requirement that they make Satisfactory Academic Progress toward a degree to continue to be eligible to receive financial aid.