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Enrollment and Financial Aid

Financial aid awards are based on full-time enrollment. If you will not be attending full-time (12 credits min. per semester) your awards will be prorated based on your actual enrollment.

Please see your Financial Aid Counselor if you would like to compare the exact amount of your awards based on less than full-time (e.g. half-time, 3/4 time, less than half-time) enrollment.

Some programs require a minimum half-time enrollment per semester. These include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Federal Direct Loans
  • PLUS Loans
  • Some of the private/alternative loan
  • Michigan Tuition Grant (MTG)
  • Michigan Competitive Scholarship (MCS)
  • All Davenport scholarships, unless specifically noted

Some programs require full-time enrollment per semester. These include (but are not necessarily limited to) the following:

  • The Gerald R. Ford Memorial Scholarship (requires 15 credit hours per semester)
  • Presidents (Charter) scholarship (requires 15 credit hours per semester)
  • Athletic scholarships

Below is a breakdown of the most common financial aid programs at Davenport University and how enrollment affects eligibility for each.  For specific information, please view the web pages linked in each program title.

Aid Program

Full-Time

3/4 Time

Half-Time

Less Than Half-Time

Federal Work Study Program Eligible Eligible  Eligible Ineligible
Federal Direct PLUS Loans Eligible Eligible Eligible Ineligible
Federal Pell Grant  Eligible Eligible if EFC allows  Eligible if EFC allows  Eligible if EFC allows 
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)  Eligible Eligible  Eligible Eligible
Michigan Tuition Grant  Eligible Eligible  Eligible Ineligible
Michigan Competitive Scholarship  Eligible Eligible  Eligible Ineligible
Tuition Incentive Program (TIP)  TIP TIP TIP TIP
Davenport Institutional Scholarships  Eligible Varies  Varies  Varies 
Federal Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans  Eligible  Eligible  Eligible  Ineligible