Student Financial Aid : How to Get Out of Financial Aid Academic Probation

Student Financial Aid : How to Get Out of Financial Aid Academic Probation

Brooke Kramer, a financial aid officer at Argosy University, talks about financial aid academic probation. What financial aid academic probation is a couple of things if you drop below half time you no longer become eligible for financial aid. Half time consists of which program you are currently in whether you're a masters students, an undergraduate student or a doctoral...
Financial Aid : About Financial Aid for Married People

Financial Aid : About Financial Aid for Married People

Brooke Kramer, a financial aid officer at Argosy University in Salt Lake City, talks about financial aid for married people. Pretty much when you're married, it's kind of the same thing when you apply for financial aid you're going to go to. First, complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid and go to the website www.fafsa.ed.gov. You're going to...
Student Financial Aid : What Questions to Ask Financial Aid Professionals

Student Financial Aid : What Questions to Ask Financial Aid Professionals

Brooke Kramer, a financial aid officer at Argosy University in Salt Lake City, talks about questions to ask your financial aid professional. The first question, of course, would be 'How do I start the process of applying for financial aid?' That's a very big question because usually there's a lot of steps involved. Usually, they're different from school to school. You're...
Financial Aid : About Financial Aid for Hispanics

Financial Aid : About Financial Aid for Hispanics

Brook Kramer, a financial aid officer at Argosy University in Salt Lake City,  talks about financial aid for Hispanics. With an increasing number of Hispanic students headed towards school, there are a lot of questions as to what specifically you can receive. Mostly you're going to be looking at scholarships and grants and in order to start the process. You're...