Freshmen must earn 30 credit hours before the beginning of their second year;
Sophomores must earn 60 credit hours before the beginning of their third year; and
Juniors must earn 90 credit hours before the beginning of their senior year.
If students are not able to earn the required amount of credit hours, they may take summer classes to catch up. However, the Frank O’Bannon Grant will only be available to students
who are on track. Some students with significant financial need may be eligible for a prorated grant if they earn 24 credit hours per academic year. Check with
the Office of Student Financial Aid for details.
Part time students may be eligible if they complete 18 credit hours per term. To apply for a part-time grant,
Notification and Disbursement
If eligible, the Frank O'Bannon Grant will be listed on the student's award notification as well as posted to the MyISU Portal account.
Funds are applied directly to the student's ISU account approximately ten days before the start of the applicable semester.
Student Financial Aid
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