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Reapplying for Financial Aid

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Reapplying for Financial Aid: Current Undergraduate Students

Hey, current Greyhounds! Did you know that some resources on your financial aid offer do not automatically renew from year-to-year? While your Moravian University merit-aid can be renewed each year at the same value as long as you achieve Satisfactory Academic Progress and maintain full-time enrollment, any need-based aid and federal student loans requires reassessment of your demonstrated financial need. If you plan on taking classes at the university during the upcoming academic year and wish to be considered for any aid beyond merit scholarships and specialty awards, please don’t forget to re-apply!

Planning on returning for Fall 2024/Spring 2025? 

The financial aid application process for the 2024-2025 academic year is scheduled to begin in December 2023. Any current students planning to come back to Moravian University during Fall 2024-Spring 2025, please bookmark this webpage and come back later this year to find step-by-step instructions on how you can reapply for financial aid. 

Reapplication Process for 2024-2025 Students

You're just three steps away from reapplying for financial aid. Yes, it’s really that easy!

Need-based institutional aid and federal student aid (including Pell Grant, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, Federal Direct Loans, and Federal Work Study) resources do not automatically renew from one year to the next. In order to be considered for these resources, you will need to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year. It’s important to know that you may also need to achieve Satisfactory Academic Progress, remain full-time enrollment, and maintain other eligibility factors to continue receiving these resources. 

The 2024-2025 FAFSA lis available online at We strongly encourage all students to complete and submit your FAFSA as soon as possible. Submitting your FAFSA early ensures that we receive the application and can review your information to prepare and provide you with a financial aid offer in a timely fashion. 

View more information about the FAFSA →

Start your FAFSA →

For applicants who reside in Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) has a State Grant Application deadline of June 1. Be sure to submit your FAFSA on or before June 1 for consideration. 

Within one week of submitting your FAFSA, visit to verify receipt of your State Grant Application. Routinely check your AES Portal and stay on top of any additional requests from PHEAA for information required to determine if you qualify for the State Grant. 

It’s important to know that PHEAA requires achievement of their Academic Progress Policy standards and other eligibility factors to continue receiving State Grant funding. 

Not a resident of Pennsylvania? Inquire about any application and eligibility requirements for your state’s need-based state grant program. 

Review your State Grant Form

Financial Aid Services may need additional information from you in order to estimate or finalize your financial aid eligibility. Be sure to check your voicemails, texts, emails, mail, and AMOS Financial Aid Portal to see if you’ve missed a message from your financial aid advisor regarding the status of your financial aid. 

What’s Next?

Once you have completed Steps 1-3, the Office of Financial Aid Services will prepare a personalized financial aid offer for you and post it to your AMOS Financial Aid Portal for your review. You will receive an email notification from once your offer is available for review. 

Your offer will include all primary and estimated financial aid resources for which you qualify, based on the information known to the Office of Financial Aid Services at that time. Please note that your offer will not be finalized until Financial Aid Services is able to confirm that you have achieved Satisfactory Academic Progress

Upon receipt of your financial aid offer, please thoroughly review all details listed. Get in touch with Financial Aid Services to talk about your offer and aid eligibility, as well as affordability, payment/ financing options available, and any questions or special circumstances that you may have. 

Accomplished all of the steps above and still haven’t received your Financial Aid Offer? Reach out to Financial Aid Services so that we can get your offer re-sent. 

Helpful Reminders

→ Switching between full-time enrollment and part-time enrollment can impact your financial aid eligibility. Contact the Office of Financial Aid Services before making changes to your enrollment status to discuss how your aid may change!

→ Take a look at our website and the Financial Aid Handbook. It is crucial that all current students review our financial aid policies and procedures. 

→ Check out our Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for financial aid eligibility. It is very important that all current students understand the standards of this policy as it relates to maintaining eligibility for financial aid.

Contact Us

Need help with financial aid? We've got you! Please contact the Office of Financial Aid Services for personalized assistance.