Student's Rights and Responsibilities
You have the right to know:
- The application process and deadline for each of the available financial
- The cost of attendance and university policies on refunds to students
- How WWU determined your financial aid eligibility.
- How much of your financial aid eligibility, as determined by the institution,
has been met.
- The various aid programs that have been offered in your student aid
- What portion of the financial aid you received is loan and must be
repaid, and what
portion is grants or workstudy aid.
- How the university determined whether your are making satisfactory
academic progress and what happens if you are not.
- That all financial aid is subject to change or cancellation due to
changes in federal or state regulations, changes in circumstances which
affect student eligibility or availability of funds.
It is your responsibility to:
- Complete your application for student financial aid accurately and
submit it on time to the right place. Intentional misreporting of information
on the FAFSA is a violation of the law and considered a criminal offense
subject to penalties under the U.S. Criminal Code.
- Provide all additional documentation, information, verification and
corrections requested by the Financial Aid Department.
- Keep copies
of submitted documentation.
- Notify your lender of changes in your name, address or school enrollment
status if you have an educational loan.
- Perform in a satisfactory manner the work that is agreed upon in
a college work study job.
- Understand WWU's refund and repayment for aid policies.
- Understand and comply with WWU's Satisfactory Academic Progress
- Keep your address current with the Registrar's Office at WWU.