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Minnesota State College Southeast
A Technical & Community College
Student Handbook - Section F: College Costs and Finances

Reapply Each Year

NOTE: Aid from federal programs is not guaranteed from one year to the next. Re-application is necessary every year. 

If you change colleges, your financial aid does not necessarily transfer. Students should check with the new college to gain access to its Financial Aid program. Students who are Minnesota residents and want to be considered for the Minnesota State Grant Program must also complete the FAFSA in time to be received by the Federal Application Processing Center no later than 30 calendar days from the first day of the term. Additional steps are required for the Federal Direct Loans, the Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS), the Minnesota Supplemental Education Loan Fund (SELF), or the Federal and State Work Study programs. The dollar amounts in the financial aid section are subject to change due to federal and state requirements.


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