Lincoln University Graduate students, who qualify, are offered Federal loans to assist in funding their education. To obtain these loans students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and meet these guidelines to be eligible:
- You must be admitted to or enrolled in a degree program for at least 6 credits (half-time).
- You must be maintaining satisfactory academic progress towards a degree.
- You must be a United States citizen or an eligible non-citizen. Eligible non- citizens may be required to present their Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) I-551 or I-94 forms in person to the Office of Financial Aid.
- You must not be in default on a Federal student loan or owe a refund on a Federal grant at any institution.
- You must not have borrowed in excess of the annual or aggregate Federal loan limits.
- Males must have registered with Selective Service between the ages of 18-26.
- U.S. citizens must have a Social Security card that carries a current and accurate legal name and Social Security Number. Applicants who have changed their legal name due to marriage, etc. must acquire a new card from the Social Security Administration Office
- You must provide all documentation requested by the Office of Financial Aid. Your Graduate Official Award Letter cannot be offered until necessary documents have been submitted.