UNO honors aid for cut programs

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Posted: Thursday, February 7, 2013 12:00 am

UNO is re-extending its offer to honor financial aid for former members of the UNO football and wrestling programs who were affected by the elimination of those teams in 2011, the school announced Thursday.

Those affected will have the ability to receive the same financial aid amounts they had as of spring 2011, and receive those scholarships for no more than 135 credit hours attempted or until the end of the second semester of academic year 2016-17, whichever is reached first. Attempted hours include all collegiate hours attempted at UNO and the six-year time period begins with initial full-time enrollment at any collegiate institution.

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