2017 Summer Financial Aid Request
  • Summer aid is usually limited to unused aid eligibility from the fall and spring semesters. A minimum of 6 hours of enrollment is required to receive a student loan. Intersession classes cannot be combined with summer enrollment for financial aid purposes.
  • If a Pell Grant eligible student was enrolled part-time during the fall and/or spring semesters, unused Pell funds may be available in the summer semester. A minimum of 3 hours of enrollment is required to receive Pell.
  • Direct Stafford Loans will be paid in two equal disbursements during the summer term.
  • Students must continue to meet Satisfactory Academic Progress standards to maintain eligibility for financial aid. Dropping or failing a class while receiving aid could result in Financial Aid Suspension for future terms.
  • The Financial Aid Office will determine eligibility for federal grants and loans for the summer term. Please use LioNet to accept/reduce/decline your aid offers.
  • To inquire about Federal Work-Study funding for summer, please contact Tonya Nickle studentemployment@mssu.edu or 417.625.9398 to discuss your eligibility.

First Name
Middle Initial
Last Name
School Email
How many hours do you plan to enroll in during the 2017 Summer session?
6 hours minimum is required to receive student loans.
Have you filed a 2016 - 2017 FAFSA?
Did you use the IRS Data Retrieval tool for 2016-2017 FAFSA?
Have you filed a 2017 - 2018 FAFSA yet?
Besides grants and loans, will you receive any other types of aid this summer?
I understand that if I receive financial aid for summer
and do not satisfactorily complete all of the credit hours in which
I was awarded, I may not be eligible for future financial aid.
Please Sign with your SID and LioNet PIN: