Financial Aid for Summer & Senior Guest Students
Are you planning on taking summer classes at Kent State Geauga and the Twinsburg Academic Center?
Summer Financial Aid Information
- Using grants, loans, or work-study in summer may affect your overall Cost of Attendance, adjusting eligibility for need-based aid.
- Pell Grant eligibility included with summer classes extends to 150% maximum aid. (Ex: Full-time students in summer, fall, and spring still receive the full Pell Award amount each semester.)
- Loan eligibility will be split into one-thirds to help cover tuition costs (as long as a student is taking six credit hours or more each semester, and the student wishes to borrow aid).
How to Apply for Summer Financial Aid
Students must follow the steps in FlashLine to assist the financial aid office in developing the appropriate financial aid package based on their enrollment plans for the 2021-2022 academic year.
- Complete the 2021-2022 FAFSA
- Register for summer classes.
- After you complete the FAFSA and register for classes, do the following:
- Log on to FlashLine and select Student from the main menu.
- Under Finances, click on Financial Aid.
- Click on Financial Aid Awards, select the 2021-2022 Award Year, and submit.
- Select the Resources/Additional Information Information tab.
- Answer the questions on this tab to determine your enrollment plans and click submit.
- You must enroll in at least six hours for summer if using loans.
- You must accept your loans in FlashLine.
For instructions regarding this process and additional information, visit the Enrollment Plans webpage. For information for students who plan to enroll in Summer 2021, visit the Summer Financial Aid webpage.
Senior Guest Student Financial Aid Information
- Guest students interested in using aid for the summer must contact their home institution for financial aid processing and awarding. Kent State does not process financial aid for guest students.