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Summer Enrollment         
Summer financial aid will be awarded to students that have not met their maximum annual limits for the academic year (fall through spring). Please click HERE to let us know that you will be attending this summer so that the Financial Aid Office can determine your remaining financial aid eligibility.

Summer awards are not necessarily proportional to awards for standard-length semesters (fall and spring). Please note that summer enrollment periods are abbreviated (generally, 6 or 12 weeks instead of 16 weeks). All summer awards are estimates only, and may be adjusted before disbursement based on actual enrollment in A, B and/or C sessions at the initial census date.

Summer Semester Book Charges :       
Students are required to complete the Bookstore Authorization one time while attending CF.  If you are unable to access the Bookstore Authorization link, it means that you have already completed this requirement. Please verify that you have financial aid funds (in excess of your tuition and fees) available before proceeding to the bookstore.   
Summer A/C Terms - Apr. 27, 2016 through May 19, 2016
Summer B Term - June 21, 2016  through July 5, 2016

Financial Aid Disbursements

Expected disbursement dates below are for students who meet all disbursement criteria, including attendance. Refunds are generally available on CF OneCards two to three business days after funds are disbursed. Students with B term classes will receive disbursements after attendance is confirmed in the B term.
Spring A and C term disbursements are expected to begin on Jan. 27, 2016  with Spring B term disbursements beginning Mar. 16, 2016
Summer A and C term disbursements are expected to begin on May 31, 2016 with Summer B term disbursements beginning July 12, 2016.
Federal Stafford Loan Awards for 2015-2016
Students receiving financial aid for 2015-2016 will be offered the maximum amount of eligible aid, including Federal Stafford Loans. If a student is awarded a Federal Stafford Loan and has an active Master Promissory Note, Loan Entrance Counseling, and confirmed attendance, the loan disbursement will be processed. Students who wish to receive the loans should check their My Financial Aid/Missing Documents link to see if the Master Promissory Note or Loan Entrance Counseling are needed. Students who do not want to receive the loan awards should complete a Stafford Loan Change Form and submit it to the Financial Aid Office. All students must attend a minimum of six credit hours per semester to be eligible for Federal Stafford Loans.