Many scholarships are labeled as “anticipated aid” on your account. This is the amount of aid you can expect to receive for the semester pending you are meeting all of the requirements for your award(s). After the last day to drop classes, the Financial Aid Office will review each student’s enrollment status along with other eligibility standards before finalizing awards. Anticipated aid will be officially released to your account and disbursed after the award confirmation process is complete. Once the aid is officially released, as long as you have a credit, you should be able to access the extra funds.
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