The scholarship application is an estimation of your enrollment plans. We understand plans are fluid, but this is an attempt to anticipate your needs. When a student registers for the semester, the financial services office will modify the scholarship calculations, and possibly Pell and loan calculations too. This is normally updated between 1-2 business days after a student registers. Check your student terminal for updates.
If a student changes their enrollment during the semester, the scholarships will follow the refund policy. Example: I am enrolled in 15 credits, and I get the Stevens scholarship. My current award is $85 * 15 credits = $1,275 for this semester. I drop a session II course, which brings my credit load to 12 credits. If Session II has not yet started, I get 100% of my tuition refunded, and 100% of my scholarship would be adjusted. Now the scholarship will be 12 credits @ $85 = $1,020 for the semester.
In the same scenario, if I drop the Session II course after it starts, I may get a partial refund of tuition and a partial scholarship.
Drop Session II course (3 credits) with a 90% refund.
Scholarship for those 3 credits = $85 * 10% = $8.50 * 3 credits = $25.50 earned scholarship.
New scholarship for the semester = 12 credits @ $85 + 3 credits @ $8.50 = $1045.50 for the semester. Scholarships are always rounded up to the dollar. You would see $1046 in your student terminal details.