Summer Aid Application for Dependent Students Only

This form should be completed by DEPENDENT (undergraduate) students only.


Graduate and post-baccalaureate students can include summer 2018 enrollment plans on the 2018-19 enrollment worksheet for independent students (www.bw.edu/financial-aid/forms).

Summer financial aid consists of state and federal aid only, for eligible students, based on the 2018-19 FAFSA. BW merit scholarships, grants, special awards and named scholarships are not available for use in summer terms, unless notified otherwise.  

If you file your FAFSA as an independent student, DO NOT submit this application. You can report your summer 2018 enrollment on your 2018-19 enrollment worksheet.

Please do not complete this form until the following have been completed:

  • You have filed your 2018-19 FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov and have completed the verification process (if applicable).

  • You have registered for the summer 2018 term.

Do you file your FAFSA as a dependent or independent student? *
STOP HERE. If you've answered "independent student" to the above question, you should not complete this form but should report your summer enrollment on the 2018-19 enrollment worksheet (www.bw.edu/financial-aid/forms/)
Are you registered for summer 2018 classes? *
STOP HERE. If you have not yet registered for summer 2018, do not complete this form. Only submit this form AFTER you have registered for summer 2018 classes.
 

If you are taking classes at another institution, you are considered a transient student. Transient students must be enrolled for at least 6 BW credits in order to be eligible for financial aid for the summer term. Please refer to our transient student policy located on the Transient Ad Hoc Consortium Agreement form (http://www.bw.edu/financial-aid/forms/)

 
A statement about Pell Grant/Ohio College Opportunity Grant Eligiblity: If you are eligible for either of these grants, using the funds during the summer term will affect the amount available to you during the fall and/or spring terms. If you are eligible for Pell/OCOG and you choose to use a portion of your eligibility for summer enrollment, those funds may not be available to you during the fall/spring term.
 
After reading the above paragraph, do you wish to use a portion of your Pell/OCOG eligibility (if applicable) for your summer 2018 classes if it reduces the amount available to you for fall and/or spring? *
A statement about federal student loan eligibility: Most students will receive the same amount of federal direct loan(s) for the 2018-19 academic year, regardless of whether they attend BW in summer, fall and spring (3 terms) or just fall and spring (2 terms). If you choose to use a portion of your federal loans for classes during the summer 2018 term, you will not have those funds to use in the fall and spring semesters, when your charges may be higher (if you are a full-time student).
 
After reading the above paragraph, do you wish to use a portion of your direct loans in the summer 2018 term if you are eligible? *
Will you be enrolled during the fall 2018 semester? *
Will you be enrolled during the spring 2018 semester? *
Are you planning to live on campus during the summer 2018 term? *
BEFORE YOU SUBMIT THIS FORM, read the statement below:
I acknowledge that I am a DEPENDENT student and therefore should submit this form *
If you have answered NO to the above question, due to filing your FAFSA as an independent student, DO NOT send this form. You must report your summer 2018 plans on your 2018-19 enrollment worksheet.