The Financial Aid Office may receive additional information that changes your application for aid. For example, if either Towson University or the U.S. Department of Education selects your application for verification, income information may need correction. In that case, your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) may change. On the other hand, if you change your housing from “on-campus” to “commuting from parent’s home,” your Cost of Attendance (COA) will change. Changing from full-time to part-time enrollment will result in a lower COA. If your aid offer includes aid for the spring term, and you apply for fall term graduation, we will withdraw the aid offer for the spring term.Any of these or other circumstances could result in a revision to the types or amounts of aid offered.
Most revisions result from receiving an additional resource, such as a state or private scholarship that is not already considered as a part of your aid offer. It is to your advantage to supply information about any other resource as soon as you become aware of it, so that we can advise you promptly of any change to your aid offer. You can use Form B: Notice of Additional Resources to report additional resources.