|PLEASE NOTE: Most students accessing this web page are doing so because they have received a
message from the Office of Student Financial Aid, either by e-mail or regular mail,
directing them to do so. Even if you have received no such message you are strongly
encouraged to review the information contained herein if you are receiving, or anticipate
receiving, any type of financial aid assistance, including loans, during the 2012-2013
You have been directed to this web page due to one of the following reasons:
- You recently submitted a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to the national
processing agency and Chicago State University (CSU) has received a copy of your Student
Aid Report (SAR) and, as a result, has prepared a Financial Aid Award Package for
you, which you need to review, or
- You recently submitted information to either the national processing agency, or the
CSU Office of Student Financial Aid, which has brought about a recalculation of your
financial aid eligibility and, possibly, an adjustment in the amount(s) of your award(s)
- There has been a change in the amount(s) of your financial aid award(s) due to a change
in your enrollment status and/or Federal, State or CSU policy and/ or availability
of funds, or
- We recently processed your loan request and the results are now posted to your account
for your review.
|STUDENTS PLEASE NOTE: In many instances an update or correction to your FAFSA, either by you or the Office
of Student Financial Aid such as in the case of completing the Verification process,
will cause unprocessed “Accepted” Stafford and/or PLUS loans to be returned to an
“Offered” status. If you are visiting this web page at this time because you received
an e-mail form the Office of Student Financial Aid after you have made a change to
your FAFSA or completed Verification, you may be receiving the e-mail because you
need to review your loan eligibility and possibly re-“Accept” loans you may have previously
“Accepted”. The Office of Student Financial Aid will use its best efforts to process
re-“Accepted” loans as quickly as possible.
To review your status and properly respond (if required) to this offer of financial
assistance, please click on the link provided at the bottom of this web page to be
taken to CSU X-Press.
When you arrive at CSU X-Press click on Enter Secure Area.
If this is your first time entering the CSU X-Press web site follow the directions
on the screen in order to access the site. Please pay careful attention to the order
and format in which information should be entered.
Your CSU ID number is listed at the top of the e-mail/letter notification that brought
you to this web site. Please use that as your User ID when entering CSU X-press..
If you cannot gain access using the Temporary ID, and you have yet to be fully admitted,
please try using your Social Security Number.
Once you have accessed the web site you will immediately be prompted to change the
You will need your PAC to access the web site in the future.
PLEASE, DON’T FORGET IT!
After entering the site:
- Click on the Financial Aid link.
- On the next screen click on the Award link.
- Select the Aid Year referenced in the e-mail/letter we sent you.
- On the next screen click on the Accept Award Offer.
Review the options presented at the top of the screen and accept any awards in an
Offered status you wish to receive (in whole or in part) or decline those in which
you are not interested.
If there are no awards with an Offered status, please review those awards that are
accepted, if any. Again, please note that some awards may have been adjusted to reflect
recent adjustments/corrections to your SAR or because of a change in your enrollment
status or enrolled hours.
FEDERAL PELL GRANTS AND STATE OF ILLINOIS MAP GRANTS ARE AUTOMATICALLY ACCEPTED IN
OUR SYSTEM. IF YOU HAVE BEEN AWARDED PELL AND/OR MAP YOU DO NOT NEED TO ACCEPT THESE
While you are in the CSU X-Press web site please take a few minutes to look at all
the information available to you in addition to financial aid information.
PLEASE NOTE: For the purpose of presenting you with an initial Financial Aid Award
Package, for the 2012-2013 academic year, we have used 2011-2012 award amounts for
the State of Illinois MAP Grant. This is due to the fact that the actual amount available
for the State of Illinois MAP Grant for 2012-2013 has yet to be announced by the Illinois
Student Assistance Commission (ISAC). It is expected that an announcement will be
forthcoming in late July. Once our system has been updated to reflect the new 2012-2013
amount for this award we will recalculate your Financial Aid Award Package, if necessary,
and notify you that you should, once again, review your award status on CSU X-Press.
If you have a problem entering the CSU X-Press web site please call 773-995-2304 (during
normal business hours of 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday – Friday and until 7:00 PM on Thursday),
to have your Personal Access Code (PAC) re-set.
Awards, for admitted students, are based on full time attendance (except as otherwise noted such as in the case
of the MAP grant, discussed in the "State of Illinois Monetary Award Program (MAP)
Grant" section below) and your anticipated academic status, based upon available information,
as reflected in the CSU student information system, for the 2012-2013 school year.
Awards for students, yet to be admitted to CSU, are based upon full-time attendance at the academic level indicated on the FAFSA.
If a student is admitted at a different academic level, the amount of any awards may
have to be recalculated.
Full-time status is based upon enrolled hours as follows:
||15 hours per semester / 30 hours for both fall and spring semesters
||9 hours per semester / 18 hours for both fall and spring semesters
||6 hours per semester / 12 hours for both fall and spring semesters
||15 hours per semester / 30 hours for both fall and spring semesters
If you do not attend full time, or your anticipated academic status should change,
your awards can be increased, reduced or denied/eliminated. If you change your enrollment status (e.g., add or drop a course), inform the Office
of Student Financial Aid promptly. Awards may be estimated. They will not be official
until you have accepted the awards (with the exception of Pell and MAP which are automatically
accepted) and a Financial Aid Advisor and/or Satisfactory Academic Progress Counselor,
if required, has completed a review of your status. If you have been selected for
Verification by the United States Department of Education (USDE) the amount of your
awards may change as a result of the completion of the Verification process. If any
funds are increased, decreased, or eliminated, you will be notified by e-mail that
there has been activity on your account and that you should review your award status
on CSU X-Press.
PLEASE NOTE: There is the possibility that your record may reflect no awards when
you access CSU X-Press. This may be due to a variety of reasons such as a) an incomplete
FAFSA, b) your income is sufficiently high that you are not eligible for any of the
standard grants, c) you have exhausted your loan eligibility, d) you are in default
on a student loan, or any variety of reasons too numerous to list here. If you have
no awards and do not understand why this has occurred please contact our office. We
will be happy to review your award status with you.
Federal Direct Stafford Loan
All initial student financial aid award packages will reflect Stafford loan eligibility,
if any, in an “Offered” status. Should you desire a Stafford loan(s) you must accept
the “Offered” loan(s), in whole or in part, through CSU X-press. It is not necessary to submit a paper loan request form. It will, however, be necessary for you to complete Direct Loan Entrance Counseling
and a Direct Loan Master Promissory Note (MPN), if you have not already done so. Go
to the StudentLoans.gov web site to complete these requirements.
Deadlines for acceptance of Stafford loans are as follows:
|Full-year Loans (Fall 2012 /Spring 2013)
||Last day to accept - 10/15/2012
|Fall-only Loans (Fall 2012)
||Last day to accept - 10/15/2012
|Spring-only Loans (Spring 2013)
||Last day to accept - 02/28/2013
Summer 2013 – Please refer to the Summer Financial Aid web page
Once you have accepted a loan(s), and we have certified your eligibility to the Direct
Loans program, you will be notified that you need to access CSU X-press to review
Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan
Initial student financial aid award packages will reflect Graduate PLUS loan eligibility
for Masters and Doctorate candidates, in an “Offered” status, if the student has sufficient Unmet Need remaining in his/her
financial aid budget after Stafford eligibility, if any, has been “Offered”. Should
a student desire a Graduate PLUS loan he/she must accept the “Offered” loan(s), in
whole or in part, through CSU X-press. It is not necessary to submit a paper loan request form. It will, however, be necessary for you to complete Direct Loan Graduate Loan Entrance
Counseling and a Master Promissory Note (MPN), if you have not previously done so.
Go to the StudentLoans.gov web site to complete these requirements. The deadline for accepting the Graduate
PLUS Loan is the same as the deadline for accepting a Federal Direct Stafford Loan
When you apply for a Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan, the U.S. Department of Education
(USDE) will check your credit history. To be eligible for a PLUS Loan, you must not
have an adverse credit history. If you are found to have an adverse credit history,
you may still borrow a PLUS Loan if you get an endorser (cosignor) who does not have
an adverse credit history. An endorser is someone who agrees to repay the PLUS Loan
if you do not repay the loan. In some cases, you may also be able to obtain a Direct
PLUS Loan if you document to the USDE's satisfaction that there are extenuating circumstances
related to your adverse credit history.
Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan (Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students)
Initial student financial aid award packages will reflect Parent PLUS loan eligibility for Dependent students, in an “Offered” status, if the student has sufficient Unmet Need remaining in his/her
financial aid budget. Should a parent desire a Parent PLUS loan the “Offered” loan
must be accepted, in whole or in part, through CSU X-press. It is not necessary to submit a paper loan request form. It will, however, be necessary for the parent to complete a Federal Direct PLUS Loan
Application and Master Promissory Note (MPN). Go to the StudentLoans.gov web site to complete this requirement. The deadline for accepting the Parent PLUS
Loan is the same as the deadline for accepting a Federal Direct Stafford Loan (discussed
Direct Loan's decision to fund a Parent PLUS Loan is based upon the applicant parent's
credit rating/standing. When a parent applies for a Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan,
the U.S. Department of Education (USDE) will check their credit history. To be eligible
for a PLUS Loan, a parent must not have an adverse credit history. If they are found
to have an adverse credit history, they may still borrow a PLUS Loan if they get an
endorser (cosignor) who does not have an adverse credit history. An endorser is someone
who agrees to repay the PLUS Loan if they do not repay the loan. In some cases, they
may also be able to obtain a Direct PLUS Loan if they document to the USDE's satisfaction
that there are extenuating circumstances related to their adverse credit history.
Important Information Concerning MPNs
When completing an MPN online at StudentLoans.gov you (student and/or parent) will have the option of completing a "serial" MPN which
will provide for disbursements for 10 years, or a "one-year" MPN which will only provide
for disbursement until the first anniversary of the date you complete such an MPN.
Should you choose to complete a "one-year" MPN, or have done so in the past, you will
need to complete a new one every year thereafter until which time you no longer wish
to receive Federal Direct Loans.
Certification of Eligibility
The final step in the loan application process, after a student and/or parent has
accepted a loan(s) online through CSU X-press and completed the appropriate MPN and
Entrance Counseling, involves the loan processors in the Office of Student Financial
Aid completing a review of every accepted loan, to confirm eligibility, and readying
that confirmation of eligibility for electronic transmission to Direct Loans. Direct
Loans refers to this process as loan "Origination". We will begin Origination for
the Fall 2012-Spring 2013 loans on or about August 1, 2012.
Requests for Revision of Accepted (or Declined) Loans
There may be instances after you have accepted a loan, either in whole or in part,
or declined a loan, that you change your mind. In that instance we will be happy to
accommodate any request for a "revision". It will be necessary for you to submit a
paper form(s) in order to have loans revised, cancelled, reinstated, etc. The forms
are available in the Office of Student Financial Aid or for download on the Apply for Loans web page.
Change in Loan Eligibility Due to a Grade Level Change
In the event that you accept a loan, and it is processed and funded, please be informed
that if your grade level changes after the fall, or any, semester (either to the next
undergraduate level, such as sophomore to junior, or into a different academic program,
such as Certification or Masters) your loan(s) will not be automatically adjusted
based on you new status. In fact, your loan(s) may be canceled if you should move
from undergraduate to graduate status, or Master's to Certification.
You are a senior during the fall semester.
You accept a loan for the entire academic year (fall and spring).
We process the loan as you have requested.
You graduate in December and move into a Master's program in January.
The spring disbursement of the loan will be canceled due to your new academic status.
In order to receive a loan for the spring you must follow our published procedures
in order to have us certify your eligibility for a loan at the Masters level.
If you are entitled to, and desire, a revision to your loan(s) due to a change in
grade level please submit the appropriate paper form(s). The forms are available in
the Office of Student Financial Aid or for download on the Apply for Loans web page.
Notice of Disbursement and the Right to Cancel Federal Direct Stafford, PLUS and Perkins
Loan proceeds will generally be credited to a student’s account approximately 10 days
prior to the beginning of any semester, if a student has meet all eligibility requirements
on that date, or on a periodic basis (usually daily) thereafter as a student becomes
compliant with all terms and conditions necessary to establish loan eligibility. All
loan disbursements applied to a student’s account will immediately be available for
review by accessing the student’s account through CSU X-press.
A student, and/or a parent in the instance of a Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan, has
the right to cancel a portion or all of any Federal Direct Stafford, Federal Direct
Parent PLUS, Federal Direct Graduate PLUS and Federal Perkins loan prior to disbursement,
or within 14 days of actual disbursement of any such loans. The request to cancel
or reduce any loan must be in writing and must be submitted to the Office of Student
Financial Aid. Chicago State University requires that you use its established form,
"Request for Decrease and/or Cancellation of Federal Direct Stafford and/or Federal
Direct PLUS and/or Federal Perkins Loan(s)", which is available in the Office of Student
Financial Aid or which may be downloaded from the Apply for Loans web page.
If a credit balance created by a loan disbursement has been released to a student,
and/or parent, the funds released must be returned to the university within the 14
day cancellation time frame in order for the university to complete a requested cancellation.
Reminder Regarding Enrolled Hours Requirement to be Eligible to Receive a Stafford,
Parent PLUS, or Graduate PLUS Loan
Please keep in mind, as was discussed in the Entrance Counseling requirement you completed, that in order to be eligible to receive a loan, you must
be enrolled at least half-time during the semester in which loan proceeds are received,
and at the time a disbursement (such as a mid-term disbursement for a one-semester
loan) is made.
During the Fall and Spring semesters half-time is defined as 6 hours for students
- first time Bachelor candidates
- Second Bachelor candidates
- Teacher Certification students
- Doctorate candidates
- Certificate students
- Professional (PHARMD) students
During the Fall and Spring semesters half-time is defined as 5 hours for Masters candidates.
During the Summer semester half-time is defined as 6 hours for first time Bachelor
candidates, Second Bachelor candidates, Teacher Certification students and Certificate
During the Summer semester half-time is defined as 3 hours for Masters, Doctorate
and Professional PHARMD) students.
First-time freshman Stafford borrowers please note: The first installment(s) of your
loan(s) will not be released by direct loans until 30 days after the Fall semester
begins, i.e., September 19, 2012.
Special Note to Newly Admitted, or Yet to be Admitted, PHARMD Candidates
Until which time that you have been fully admitted to the university and our student
record system has been updated to reflect your enrollment status as a College of Pharmacy
student, your financial aid award package, if you have completed a FAFSA, will reflect
loan eligibility based on enrollment as a regular graduate student, such as a Master’s
candidate, not the higher loan limits associated with the PharmD program. Once you
have received your acceptance letter please allow up to 2-3 weeks for our system to
be updated to reflect your correct academic status. Once this has been accomplished
the Office of Student Financial Aid will recalculate your financial aid package and
notify you that you should, once again, access the Your Financial Aid Award Package web page, and ultimately CSU X-press to review and accept any offered financial aid
The Federal Pell Grant Program provides need-based grants to low-income undergraduate
students as determined by the U.S. Department of Education using a standard formula,
established by Congress, to evaluate the financial information reported on the Free
Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The fundamental elements in this standard
formula are the student's income (and assets if the student is independent), the parents'
income and assets (if the student is dependent), the family's household size, and
the number of family members (excluding parents) attending postsecondary institutions.
Federal Pell Grant Eligibility
The U.S. Department of Education recently established new regulations which reduce
the duration of a student’s eligibility to receive a federal Pell Grant from 18 full-time
semesters (or its equivalent) to 12 full-time semesters (or its equivalent). This
provision applies to all federal Pell Grant eligible students effective 2012-13. Beginning
with Fall 2012, a student has 6 years (12 full-time semesters) of total Pell Grant
lifetime eligibility. (This includes all years Pell was received prior to Fall 2012.)
All the years each student has received federal Pell grant will be counted toward
the 6 years, regardless of when the student began receiving aid.
Tracking Your Lifetime Eligibility Used on NSLDS
You can find your Lifetime Eligibility Used for the federal Pell Grant by going to
the Web site www.nslds.ed.gov and creating a student account. NSLDS, the National
Student Loan Data System, tracks your lifetime Pell Grants, loan usage and overpayment
Funding for both of these grants is limited. CSU has historically awarded these grants
to students with $0.00 (zero) EFCs who filed their FAFSA as early as possible after
the initial date the U.S. Department of Education (USDE) began accepting FAFSAs (January
1st). The funds would be awarded until our allocation had been exhausted. This usually
occurred sometime in mid-to-late January.
This year (2012-2013) due to the high number of students filing FAFSAs beginning January
1st, all SEOG is being awarded to students who filed their FAFSA on January 1st only,
as SEOG funds would be exhausted after this date.
PLEASE NOTE: More students filed a FAFSA on January 1st than funds were available
for students on that date. We have therefore randomly selected students from January
1st to be awarded SEOG funds. This means that even though a student may have filed
on January 1st he/she may not be awarded SEOG as more students filed on January 1st
than for which funds were available.
Similarly, this year (2012-2013) due to the high number of students filing FAFSAs
beginning January 1st, all CWS is being awarded to students who filed their FAFSA
on January 1st only, as CWS funds would be exhausted after this date.
PLEASE NOTE: More students filed a FAFSA on January 1st than funds were available
for students on that date. We have therefore randomly selected students from January
1st to be awarded CWS funds. This means that even though a student may have filed
on January 1st he/she may not be awarded CWS as more students filed on January 1st
than for which funds were available.
If you have been offered either/both of these awards you must accept them by June
1, 2012. If you do not accept them by that date we will assume you do not wish to receive
these awards. We will remove any unaccepted SEOG and CWS after June 1, 2012 and re-award
any available funds to other eligible students. If you are or become the recipient
of "re-awarded" SEOG or CWS you will have 45 days from the date of notification to
accept or decline either or both award. If you do not accept an award it will be removed
from your award package at the end of the 45 day period and again "re-awarded" to
other eligible students. The "re-awarding" process will continue, if necessary, until
both funds are exhausted. Please Note: Only students who demonstrate exceptional need
are eligible for SEOG.
PLEASE NOTE: Only students who had complete FAFSAs that were filed on the aforementioned
dates will be awarded SEOG and/or FWS. If the initial FAFSA you filed was incomplete
(did not have an EFC, missing income information, missing a signature, etc.) you will
not be awarded SEOG and/or CWS even if it is later determined that you have a $0.00
(zero) EFC. In addition, if you originally have an EFC greater than $0.00 (zero) but
it is subsequently reduced to $0.00 (zero) due to completion of the Verification process,
a change you make to your FAFSA, or special conditions effecting EFC, you will not
be awarded SEOG and/or CWS as funds will have already been exhausted.
This Federal grant was introduced for the 2009-2010 academic year. Please visit the
The Financial Aid Process web page of the Office of Student Financial Aid web site to review eligibility requirements
and the procedure for applying for this grant.
Introduced for the 2010-2011 academic year, this Federal grant program benefits certain
survivors of U.S. military personnel who lost their lives as a result of the Iraq
or Afghanistan conflicts.
Special Note to those Undergraduate Students who did not file a 2012-2013 FAFSA prior
to March 19, 2012:
The Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) has suspended the processing of
new MAP grants for the upcoming 2012-2013 academic year as funding was not available
after that date. Early suspension of awarding was due to the higher than expected
volume of students applying for financial aid for the upcoming year. For more information
concerning the suspension please review ISAC's announcement on its College Illinois web site.
By applying for financial aid and agreeing to share that information with the Illinois
Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) you have been considered for the State of Illinois
(IL) Monetary Award Program (MAP) Grant. If you were determined to meet the eligibility
criteria for the MAP grant, an award is included on this award letter. This award
may be an estimate made by the financial aid office and, if so, is identified as a
“State of IL MAP Grant (Est.)”. MAP grants are limited based on the number of applicants
and funding levels appropriated by the Illinois General Assembly. Please be aware
that in light of state funding constraints, reductions to estimated or actual MAP
grants are possible.
Eligibility for a MAP grant is tracked by the equivalent number of semester credit
hours of MAP benefits paid on your behalf. This is called MAP Paid Credit Hours. Payment
for each term is being made according to the equivalent number of credit hours eligible
for MAP payment, with a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 15 Paid Credit Hours.
There is a limit on the number of MAP Paid credit Hours that can be paid while you
are classified by your school as a freshman and sophomore. This limit is the equivalent
of 75 MAP Paid Credit Hours. If this maximum is reached, you must attain junior status
for your MAP grant eligibility to resume. The maximum number of MAP Paid Credit Hours
that can be received is capped at 135. If a State of IL MAP Grant (Est.) is not included
in your award letter, you are not eligible for the grant at Chicago State University.
Please review the "2012-2013 Monetary Award Program (MAP) Right and Responsibilities" (.pdf) as published by ISAC.
Cost of Attendance (COA) is the total amount it will cost you to go to school over
a typical nine-month period. It is determined using rules established by federal law.
The COA includes tuition and fees, on campus room and board (or a housing and food
allowance for off-campus students), an allowance for books and supplies, transportation,
loan fees, and, if applicable, dependent care. It also includes miscellaneous and
personal expenses, which include an allowance for the rental or purchase of a personal
computer. The COA is designed to be a reflection of costs associated with attending
CSU. COA does not accommodate a lifestyle of luxury but rather addresses basic costs
associated with going to school and maintaining a modest lifestyle. COA is the cornerstone
of establishing a student’s financial need as it sets a limit on the total aid that
a student may receive for purposes of determining eligibility for the ACG and SMART
Grant programs, Campus-Based Programs such as SEOG and Work-study, and Stafford/PLUS
loans. CSU has, for the 2012-2013 academic year, established COA figures for both
undergraduate and graduate students. To review all budgets please access, and download
if you wish, the 2012-2013 Cost of Attendance chart which reflects all 2012-2013 figures. You may also review your individual COA
figures on CSU X-Press. Please note that as nearly all students will be "Offered" loans as part of their
financial aid award package, the COA includes estimated/average Loan Fees as a component.
In the event that you do not accept a loan(s), or for some reason are not eligible
for a loan(s), the Loan Fees component may be reduced to zero.
Your Financial Aid Award Package may indicate that you will be receiving a scholarship,
grant or stipend, hereafter collectively referred to as scholarships, from a source
other than those managed by the Office of Student Financial Aid. All such scholarships
must be reported to the CSU Scholarship Coordinator, as the receipt of same may have
an effect on a student’s eligibility for other forms of financial assistance including
loans and work-study funding. For more information please visit the Procedures for reporting Scholarships, Grants, Stipends and other forms of Gift Aid web page.
CSU's Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy measures whether students are progressing
at a reasonable rate toward the completion of their educational objective. Students
must be in compliance with this policy in order to maintain continued financial aid
eligibility. The Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy is published in the CSU Undergraduate Catalog and the CSU Graduate Catalog. Copies of the policies are also available from the Office of Student Financial Aid.
Full-year Federal Direct Loans (Subsidized, Unsubsidized, Parent PLUS and Graduate
PLUS) will be disbursed in two installments. The first disbursement, from Direct Loans,
is scheduled to take place approximately one week prior to the beginning of the Fall
semester. The second disbursement, from Direct Loans, will take place approximately
one week prior to the beginning of the Spring semester. You will receive a disclosure
statement from Direct Loans once your loan(s) is processed confirming the actual dates.
If you have a credit balance on your student account, after all your financial aid
and loans are received and your tuition and any other charges you may have have been
paid, you will be issued the credit balance remaining on your account. Credit balances
are issued by the Office of the Bursar, not the Office of Student Financial Aid. The Office of the Bursar will notify the CSU community as to when credit balances will be issued.
If you fail to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress, or do not attend the Spring
semester, your financial aid awards may need to be revised, returned or canceled.
If your enrollment should drop below half-time status this occurrence must be reported
immediately, in writing, to the Office of Student Financial Aid so that we can make
any appropriate adjustments to your grant and/or loan disbursements. Remember you
must be enrolled on at least a half-time basis in order to maintain loan eligibility.
Failure to report changes in a timely manner may result in significant delays in processing
your credit balance, or might result in you owing a balance to CSU if your credit
balance is issued prior to any required adjustment(s) being made due to untimely notification
(or no notification) of a change in your enrollment.
Remember: Awards are based upon full-time attendance (except as otherwise noted) in an eligible
academic program and the information currently available on your SAR. Should you enroll
at a less than full-time status, change academic programs or enrolled hours, or if
the information on your SAR should change (either through the verification process
or changes you make to your SAR) the amount(s) of any award(s) may decrease, increase
or be eliminated entirely.
To review and properly respond to this offer of financial assistance please click
here to go to CSU X-Press, or access CSU X-Press through the main Chicago State University web site or the Office of Student Financial
Aid web site.
You will need to download forms/documents on this web site.