Undergraduate Business: How to Apply
As a financial aid applicant for the 2013-14 academic year, you may be interested in receiving aid for the Summer 2014 term. Packaging of summer school financial aid will begin March 2014. If you wish to apply for summer financial aid, please note the following:
- Aid applicants must be registered for at least 6 hours in order to be considered for federal or need-based aid. If you plan to register for the summer term, remember that pre-registration begins February 10, 2014. It is important you register early to insure that your aid funds will be available by the fee payment deadline.
- You must have completed a 2013-14 FAFSA application and included Emory’s school code of 001564. If you have not yet submitted your 2013-14 FAFSA, sign onto FAFSA On The Web and complete the application online. The deadline for completing the 2013-14 FAFSA is June 30, 2014.
- You must have no outstanding items under your To Do List on OPUS.
After you have registered for summer classes, we will review your eligibility for summer aid. The award will be based on your number of registered hours. If you plan to attend both summer sessions, you must register for the first and second sessions at the same time. If you have not expended your federal and institutional eligibility during the Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 terms, we will send you a summer award email (to your Emory email address) directing you to OPUS to view and accept/decline the award. If your enrollment hours increase or decrease, you must notify your financial aid advisor immediately. Dropping or withdrawing from courses will reduce your financial aid eligibility and could affect your student account balance.
The Emory Payment Plan is not available for summer. There are additional financing options you may wish to explore if you need assistance to meet unmet costs. If you have expended your federal loan eligibility, you will be notified by email directing you to our website for information on how to apply for private education loans to cover your costs.