Financial Aid Newsletter – January 2019 Greenback

Check out the January 2019 Greenback, the latest issue of NOVA’s financial aid newsletter. This issue features information on:

  • FAFSA Mobile App
  • 24 Hour Student Support Center
  • Virtual Advising
  • Satisfactory Academic Progress
  • Academic Standing
  • NOVA-Mason ADVANCE Program
  • Children of Fallen Heroes Scholarship Act
  • Scholarships for Students with Disabilities
  • Ace Chatbot
  • 2018-2019 Financial Aid Handbook
  • Spring 2019 Bookstore Purchase Periods

The Greenback newsletter is designed to provide students and staff members with a concise summary of current financial aid topics.

If I drop, audit, stop attending a class, or withdraw, will I have to repay my financial aid?

Repaying or keeping your financial aid depends on a variety of factors including the type of aid you were awarded, when the change occurred, and if you are still enrolled in other classes.  It also depends on if you did not attend a class, dropped a class before the census date, or if you withdrew.  In some cases, enrollment changes may result in you owing a balance to the college as described below.

Check out this helpful article on the 24 Hour Student Support Center website for more information.