Student Rights & Responsibilities

When you receive financial aid at Amberton University, you assume certain rights and responsibilities.

You have the right to:

  • Apply for additional assistance within regulatory guidelines when increased financial need can be demonstrated and funds are available. 
  • Appeal a decision regarding your financial aid eligibility. 
  • Expect and receive confidentiality of your financial aid award information on file in the Office of Financial Aid. 
  • Reapply for financial aid eligibility each year within the guidelines of the Office of Financial Aid satisfactory academic progress standards.

You have the responsibility to

  • Report any change in your financial situation from that reported on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). 
  • Notify the Financial Aid Office of changes in the number of hours you are enrolled during any semester of any academic year in which you receive aid in writing. 
  • Report any education loans, grants, scholarships, or fellowships received from sources other than Amberton University. 
  • Not engage in the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of a controlled substance. 
  • Attend class on a regular basis and to make normal progress toward graduation (repeated withdrawals from courses will jeopardize your eligibility to receive financial assistance).