Awarded? Take the Next Steps

You've been awarded financial what?

To figure out how much you have been awarded:

Log into eServices and click on "Financial Aid" on the left.

Select "Awards by Credit Level" to see how your award changes at each credit level.

To accept your awards:

Did your award include grants? You do not need to accept them, they will automatically pay to your account based on your credit level. Make sure you read the notes on each grant so you understand the rules.

Did your award include work study? You can accept or decline it in the award notification section. If you want to search for work study jobs, visit the Student Employment page.

Did your awards include federal student loans? Look for the "Loans" section under Financial Aid for instructions and links to the loan acceptance process. 

To figure out if your financial aid award will cover your bill

Calculate your costs

Click here fo a PDF version of this worksheet

We encourage you to use the resources below to learn more about financial aid at Normandale. Our office staff is here to help you navigate paying for college, so please don't hesitate to call, email or stop by our office!

Direct Deposit Authorization

Information and instructions for e-services form authorizing Normandale to direct deposit any excess financial aid funds to your checking or savings account.

Student Loan Entrance Counseling

Specifics on how to complete the required loan entrance counseling if you choose to borrow a loan - you must complete the entire Online process.

Student Employment

Describes the student employment (work-study) program.

Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy

Describes the criteria you must meet academically to remain eligible for financial aid. To read the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy effective starting with the Fall 2011 term, please see the Academic Policies and Procedures section of the Academic Catalog.

Refunds and the "Return of Title IV" Funds Policy

Describes when you will owe back a portion of your financial aid if you totally withdraw or stop attending your classes.

Rights and Responsibilities for Financial Aid Recipients

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