You must be in a financial aid eligible program of study.
Financial aid will only pay up to 30 hours of English as a Second Language (ESL) and
remedial courses combined. Any costs for ESL or remedial courses in excess of 30
hours are the responsibility of the student to pay.
You may not receive financial aid from two schools at the same time.
You must provide the requested documents to verify the information on your FAFSA within
the Federal verification and disbursement deadlines. Failure to provide this information
and respond to discrepancies may result in you not receiving financial aid. Upon verification, a correction may be required which may change your Expected Family
Contribution (EFC) in 2023-2024 or Student Aid Index (SAI) in 2024-2025. A new EFC
is provided on your Student Aid Report (for 2023-2024) or a new SAI is provided on
your FAFSA Submission Summary (for 2024-2025) from the U.S. Department of Education.
If this change impacts your financial aid awards, you will be notified in a Financial
Aid Notification and can view the awards on MyHarper Portal.
The Office of Student Financial Assistance will make necessary corrections if they
find discrepancies with any verification paperwork. This may affect your eligibility
for financial aid.
Harper College has the responsibility to cancel all financial aid if data discrepancies