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Special Students


Teacher Licensure after receiving a bachelor's degree
These students are still considered undergraduates for financial aid purposes. However, students in this program are charged per credit hour. Since these students have already received a bachelor's degree, the only types of financial aid available are Federal Direct Stafford Loans, private loans and in some cases PLUS Loans. For more information on loans click on Student & Parent Loans on the left. Remember to be eligible for the Federal Direct Stafford Loan you must file the FAFSA. For more information click on the Need-Based Application Process on the left.

A second bachelor's degree
These students are still considered undergraduates for financial aid purposes. However, students in this program are charged per credit hour. Since these students have already received a bachelor's degree, the only types of financial aid available are Federal Direct Stafford Loans, private loans and in some cases PLUS Loans. For more information on loans click on Student & Parent Loans on the left. Remember to be eligible for the Federal Direct Stafford Loan you must file the FAFSA. For more information click on the Need-Based Application Process on the left.

Post-secondary
There is no financial aid available for post -secondary students. Students should work with their high school counselor and the Registrar's Office.

Transient

A transient student is a degree-seeking student at another institution who is taking classes at Muskingum University in order to transfer those credits back to that institution. There is no financial aid through Muskingum University for transient students. Any financial aid the student may receive would be processed through their home school.

 

 

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