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Concordia University’s academic year includes three academic terms; fall, spring, and summer. Within each term there are two back-to-back 8 week modules (Module A and Module B). They coincide with the federal academic year (July 1 to June 30).  The fall term is the beginning of a new academic year and summer is the end.  If you're starting in a later academic term you will receive an adjusted award to reflect the terms remaining in the academic year (spring/summer or summer). 

An academic term is considered two 8-week modules.  Federal aid is to be used to pay tuition and books and “the student’s educational expenses”.  The budgets assessed to determine eligibility include allowances to help “defray” your expenses.  You should plan accordingly.  Changes in enrollment can affect loan eligibility as budgets cannot include allowances for periods of non-enrollment.

Last updated: 2018-06-20 03:39 PM 1901-1337241
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