Institutional gift aid policy
Saint Martin's University guarantees the amount of institutional
gift aid (grants and/or scholarships) that an incoming undergraduate
student is awarded for four years. After their award letter has been
finalized, the amount of institutional aid they receive will remain
constant provided the student is continually enrolled, continues to
make satisfactory academic progress, and files a Free Application
for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) annually or submits a FAFSA waiver
to Student Financial Services.
Students should be aware that the names of the
grants/scholarships may change from year-to-year; the total
dollar amount will remain the same. As tuition cost may increase
during the tenure of the student with the university, families
should create a financial plan to anticipate costs that
exceed the student's allotted gift aid.
Conditions of Institutional gift aid
- Students receiving full tuition assistance
will not be eligible for institutional gift aid
- Students must continue to maintain
Satisfactory Academic Progress to remain
eligible for institutional aid.
- Award amounts will not be guaranteed for
students who are not continuously enrolled.
- Students must be enrolled at least half-time
at the Lacey campus.
- Award amounts are only granted for four
- Institutional aid will be prorated based
upon the total number of credits for which the
student is enrolled at the Lacey campus.
- Students taking courses through the extended
learning sites or receiving a reduced rate are not eligible for