To be considered for summer financial aid, you must:
- file a FAFSA for 2022-23 and have been awarded for that academic year
- be a continuing student from the 2022-23 academic year, or a new student who will enroll at SDSU for the fall 2023 semester
- be making Satisfactory Academic Progress, as defined by the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships, as a result of your cumulative units and grades during the summer 2022, fall 2022, and spring 2023 semesters
- Eligibility for Summer Aid
- How Summer Aid Affects Your Eligibility in Other Semesters
- Your Summer Tuition and Fees
- Summer Enrollment and Holds on Aid
- Summer Tuition & Fee Payment Postponement
- Summer Aid Disbursement
- Summer Financial Aid Timeline - Deadlines
Financial aid to attend summer classes is limited and may include estimated student loan(s). To help you pay the total cost, you may need to borrow a student loan.
You will be evaluated for summer financial aid if registered at least half-time and in at least one summer session. Half-time means 6 units for undergraduate students and students in a teaching credential program or 5 units for graduate students.
You will be evaluated with any remaining aid eligibility available since summer funding depends on the types and amounts of assistance used during fall and spring, as there are yearly maximums for students that cannot be exceeded.
To find out if you may be eligible for summer financial aid (which includes student loans), you will be notified through my.SDSU.
- Early March: Summer registration begins.
- Late April: Finalize summer enrollment. Changes in enrollment may result in reduction or elimination of aid.
- Early May: After you enroll, you will be notified if you will receive summer aid
- Late May: If eligible, summer aid disbursements begin
- Mid August: All summer aid must be disbursed by last day of summer classes