The Aid Summary Tab shows the types and amounts of financial aid you are eligible to receive for the academic year. Your award offer may contain either one or a combination of grants, scholarships, loans, and or federal work-study. To access the Aid Summary, go to Buckeye Link and sign in to My Buckeye Link, then select View Financial Aid, then click on the appropriate academic year. Keep in mind your award offer may change as a result of new application data, receipt of additional aid, the verification process, changes in your enrollment status, or failure to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress.
As a financial aid recipient, you are responsible for reading and understanding all information detailed on-line at Manage Aid. The Manage Aid section explains the information contained in your Award Summary and the steps you must take to receive and maintain your aid.
Grants and scholarships are types of financial aid that do not require repayment. Student loans are the most common type of financial aid and must be repaid. Federal work-study requires that you obtain a campus job in order to receive the funds.
Accept Aid - Explanation of your financial aid award and required actions
Withdrawal/Course Load Reduction - What happens to your aid if you withdraw from some or all of your classes
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) - Academic Progress Policy for all financial aid recipients. If you are ineligible for financial aid due to your SAP status, please review the SAP Appeal form for the appropriate year and consult with Julia Morris.email@example.com, Coordinator of Student Financial Aid at Ohio State ATI.
FSA ID - FSA ID: Allows you to access your Department of Education Financial Aid Records. It also serves as your electronic signature for the FAFSA, Entrance Counseling, Exit Counseling, Federal Perkins Promissory Note, and the Master Promissory Note for the Direct Loan Program.
National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) - Site allows students to track their federal student loan indebtedness and their federal grant history, and where students complete Exit Counseling for the Federal Direct Loan Program.