Estimated financial aid awards are close estimates of what you are eligible to receive. However, they may not represent the final award amount. Some examples of reasons your award may be increased, reduced, or even canceled are:
- Your family's financial circumstances change, causing your financial aid needs to change.
- You receive additional outside resources, such as a privately awarded scholarship, which was not listed on your award notification.
- You provided incorrect data on your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
- You do not maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP).
- You are suspended by the university.
- You did not enroll for the required number of hours to receive financial aid through the programs awarded to you.