Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on-line at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Remember to enter the Green Mountain College code of 003687.
Complete the FAFSA as soon as possible after January 1. Green Mountain College’s priority deadline for entering freshmen and transfers is March 1 of each year. The deadline for returning students is April 15 of each year. You may estimate your answers on the FAFSA if your tax returns will not be completed before the March 1 priority deadline. The tax returns may be collected at a later date and the information on the FAFSA may be updated.
GMC encourages students to apply for any private scholarships or grants for which they may qualify. Notify the Student Financial Services Office at Green Mountain College if you receive such an award.
Satisfactory Academic Progress
All students receiving federal Title IV and Green Mountain College financial aid funds must meet the Satisfactory Academic Standards as outlined in the “Grading System” and “Academic Standing” sections of this Catalog. A student whose academic progress does not meet the standard as indicated will be notified of the deficiency and placed on financial aid warning, probation or denial.
At the end of each semester the Academic Standards Committee reviews each student and places him/her on academic probation if they do not meet the academic criteria. Once the student is placed on academic probation they are also placed on either financial aid warning, probation or denial. Review the above section under the heading Satisfactory Academic Progress.