It is the student's responsibility to check their financial aid status on the my.maricopa.edu online system regularly. You can view missing financial aid documents (under your "To Do" list or the "Message Center"), see if you've been awarded financial aid (click on the "View Financial Aid" link toward the bottom of the page), review your charges, etc. Students must submit all information requested to complete their financial aid file. Federal Financial Aid and/or scholarship awards may hold your enrollment in classes at EMCC.
You must notify our office if you are receiving awards or benefits not listed in your "Award Summary", or if you need to reduce and/or decline any loan(s).
You will be able to view awards on your my.maricopa account, click on View Financial Aid OR your my.maricopa account will detail any required additional documentation. You need to respond to our office with this documentation to have your file completed. After your file is complete, you will be awarded and the award amount will be posted on my.maricopa.edu in the "View Financial Aid" link.
Entrance Counseling and Master Promissory Note - If you wish to pursue a loan through the Direct Loan Program, you must complete Entrance Counseling and a Master Promissory Note, if you have not already done so.
If you receive financial aid and do not attend classes, Federal regulations may require you to repay some or all of the money you receive. It is your responsibility to officially withdraw from classes through Enrollment Services and to review the refund policies if you do not attend. See below for Book Charge & Financial Aid Disbursement Information or view it on the "Book Advances and Check Disbursements" link.
Note the following important information:
Federal financial aid may only be received from one institution for the same period of enrollment. Should your award include a loan, you have an obligation to repay those funds, even if you withdraw from your course(s) Students are expected to understand their responsibility in regard to the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements for federal financial aid recipients. Failure to maintain SAP may result in withholding or cancelling part or all of your financial aid awards. All awards are subject to review and/or modification based on changes in eligibility, academic status, failure to comply with federal/state laws/regulations and/or college policies, and etc. For assistance logging into my.maricopa.edu, please call 1 888 994 4433 or go to https://www.maricopa.edu/become-a-student/enroll