March 1st is MSU's priority FAFSA filing date
MSU's Title IV School Code: 002532
Authorization to Release Financial Information Form - "FERPA" compliance
Used to give permission for the Student Account's Office, Residence Life, and the Office of Financial Aid Services at MSU to release financial and billing information, in accordance with MSU's FERPA policy.
Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy
Academic requirements students must meet to be eligible for financial aid, including minimum pass rate, grade point average,and maximum attempted credits. Students are responsible for knowing the policy and whether or not a violation is going to affect them.
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Important Links to Other Websites
Find links to other important Websites, related MSU offices and services, financial aid, scholarships, and state and federal resources.
Financial Aid Pro-ration Based On Enrollment Status
Twelve or more credits is considered full time enrollment. If you take less than 12 credits, it could affect your aid. This explains if and how some of your aid could be reduced.
Are you Saving for College?
The Montana State University Matched Education Savings Account (MESA) program is helping eligible hardworking students with limited incomes save for college expenses. For every $1 saved, the MSU MESA program matches it with $3. Save up to $500 and you will be eligible for the maximum match of $1,500! Click for full details.